Blackberry Strop.—The following recipe for making the famous blackberry syrup, remedy fur bn»e_ complaints—To ..

... Blackberry Strop.—The following recipe for making the famous blackberry syrup, remedy fur bn»e_ complaints—To parts of blackberry juice, add half an ounce each of powdered and al.- spice, and a quarter ounce of elo.e.i.— Boil these together to get the ...

Published: Monday 26 July 1847
Newspaper: Cork Examiner
County: Cork, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 82 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

Many of the framework knitters, ufl the IficmttrlUrt Itercmy, hare left their work to father blackberries more ..

... Many of the framework knitters, ufl the IficmttrlUrt Itercmy, hare left their work to father blackberries more remunerative employ Mat. A brutal wai committed is Thames-street, Liverpool, Monday ae'DDifht, Iriahman named Owes Tally kicked hia wife the ...

Published: Saturday 03 October 1846
Newspaper: Cambridge Independent Press
County: Cambridgeshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 285 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

ministerial changes—rumours and FACTS. being perfectly obvious that Ministers cannot hold their ground, rumours ..

... ministerial changes—rumours and FACTS. being perfectly obvious that Ministers cannot hold their ground, rumours arc as plenty blackberries at Micanelmas—and perhaps unfounded dreams in the morning—of (be movements about to take place on the political board. ...

Published: Monday 10 December 1838
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Mail
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 810 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

TRH BLACKBERRY BOY. Pluck, pluck and eat, sweet Child! or. The image of my youth in thee. Less bath the

... TRH BLACKBERRY BOY. Pluck, pluck and eat, sweet Child! or. The image of my youth in thee. Less bath the painter done his part Than bas, thou living art. For Oedema as the bees which sop On honey. when the son is op. Was I ; and pore as rose in June, Or ...

Receipt Refreshing Raspberry and otiikk Jams i.ovr; mack. ii.iil blackberry juice till greatly reduced ; ad I ..

... Receipt Refreshing Raspberry and otiikk Jams i.ovr; mack. ii.iil blackberry juice till greatly reduced ; ad I white s>igar the proportion of 1 l!;s. pint of juice ; mix the old jam with this rop boil until sufficiently dono. liy this means the color well ...

Published: Saturday 16 November 1844
Newspaper: Hertford Mercury and Reformer
County: Hertfordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 105 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

Blackberry beat Leda

... Blackberry beat Leda . TV. •» »*■l »> Tm wk'« iO>«.v n--) »1 - , , li j - -ti. !■ f i.i if . b«t it -.•>* l • '»■ •••• •'*■' t' h* ••»••• intin***’'pappy C*n»eo A9fIUUWN PARK COURSING. ?•*» boitok bki-l’s lira ttv iwvnox Sin-Allow m« n.form jour that ...

BLACKBERRY. EMPLOYMENT OF CONVICTS IN GAOLS

... BLACKBERRY. EMPLOYMENT OF CONVICTS IN GAOLS. At the Dorset Qoarter Sessions, which commenced at Dorchester on Tnesday last, the following important letter from the Home-office was read ‘•Whitehall, Dec. 31, \H46, “Gentlemen.—l am directed Secretary Sir ...

this is tin- season for blackberries, » carrespuodent wishes us inform the public, that the juice of that fruit ..

... this is tin- season for blackberries, » carrespuodent wishes us inform the public, that the juice of that fruit (j)x>iit .1 quarter ofa pint, ti*r irtr four successive mornings) has. in several instances, cured invetcrate dropsies. Its efficacy iu coses ...

Published: Tuesday 23 October 1821
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 46 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

TO TANNERS, DYERS. AND OTHER CONSUMERS OF OAK BARK. MR. WILLIAM'PATTERSON hating Patent far using Blackberry ..

... TO TANNERS, DYERS. AND OTHER CONSUMERS OF OAK BARK. MR. WILLIAM'PATTERSON hating Patent far using Blackberry Bushes substitute for Oak Bark, and baring specimens prsparad by bis process, is desirous of submitting same to the inspection of the Trade. F« ...

Published: Thursday 16 June 1836
Newspaper: Saunders's News-Letter
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 131 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

Tanning.—A Mr. Patterson, of Dublin, has taken out patent for tanning from the roots, stems, and branches of ..

... Tanning.—A Mr. Patterson, of Dublin, has taken out patent for tanning from the roots, stems, and branches of the blackberry bush, obtained the spring; and, after preparation, he states quite equal to oak hark. Frost upon Fruit-tri:es.—At this season the ...

Published: Saturday 01 April 1837
Newspaper: West Kent Guardian
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 452 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

only tattooed round the ancles and lips, giving the appearance of their having eaten blackberries. lam happy ..

... only tattooed round the ancles and lips, giving the appearance of their having eaten blackberries. lam happy say that all the missionary youths have left off tattooing. Lauded one of the coves with Colonel Wakefield and his nephew, with our walking sticks ...

Published: Saturday 16 May 1840
Newspaper: Birmingham Journal
County: Warwickshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 940 | Page: 6 | Tags: none