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wood, the glen, with its blackberries, where the fairie danced in the moonlight—the barn in which the good ..

... wood, the glen, with its blackberries, where the fairie danced in the moonlight—the barn in which the good people” thrashed the corn, when all the labouring inmates of the farm were asleep,—these deeply-cherished recollections and affect ons—call them ...

Published: Saturday 01 July 1848
Newspaper: Liverpool Mail
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1496 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

HOUSEWIFE'S CORNER

... considerably less than siitsevenths of a halfpenny per hour. Blackberry Syrup.—The following is the recipe for making the famous blackberry syrup, a remedy for bowel complaints:—To two quarts of blackberry juice, add half an ounce each of powdered nutmeg, cinnamon ...

Published: Tuesday 20 July 1847
Newspaper: Liverpool Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 894 | Page: 4 | Tags: News 

THE LIVERPOOL STANDARD

... company be rnott's Ariel • Mr. Branwood's Blair Athol beat Mr. affixed to it.—Mr. J. Laird seconded the amendment. — King's Blackberry ; Mr. Ardern's Brenda beat Mr. Pea- Mr. Swinton Boult said, that the report of the committee ; cock's Alice Mr. Ardern's ...

THE LIVERPOOL MAIL

... juii e; while many a wuful rent in frock tells uf their exploits among the tangled and prickly briars. the woods, tsi, both blackberry•gatheriug and nutting may now enjoved to perfection; and in autumn's forest scenery the poet and painter find hcr'.oatest ...

Published: Thursday 22 September 1836
Newspaper: Liverpool Mail
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1658 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

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... be played this month, at Stockton, between eleven of all England and twenty-two of the Stockton Cricket Club. BLACKBERRY JELLY.—Blackberries, (which are now in season), make a delicious jelly of finer flavour than that of any other fruit. It is made in ...

I COAST- CANADA PO- . TOTAL WISE . U.STS • I REION• Wheat Qrs.l 452 454 I 1 551 9

... David Thomas and John Flower, aged about eleven years, left their homes, in the Glebeland, for the purpose of gathering blackberries, and incautiously got upon some trains laden with iron, which were going down the tramroad, drawn by horses, towards the ...

GRAND JUNCTION RAILWAY VIADUCT

... this, too, without starting. A native of Paddy-land, asked a neighbour if he had ever seen red blackberries ? To be sure I have, said Pat, all blackberries are red when they are green !—Laird of Logan. WORKING OF THE BALLOT.—A periodical writer describes ...

HOUSEWIFE'S CORNER

... what not generally known, that pumpkins, minced small and mixed with blackberries, make an excellent preserve, the pumpkins being good substitute for apples. this may add that blackberries of themselves aUo make an excellent preserve. ...

STATE OF TRADE

... David Thomas and John Flower, aged about eleven years, left their homes, in the Glebeland, for the purpose of gathering blackberries, and incautiously got upon some trains laden with iron, which were going down the tramroad, .drawn by horses, towards the ...

SOLUTIONS TO THE ANAGRAMS

... office, a branch of a blackberry bush, plucked the cI . day before Christuas day in ara dow, Town Green, ,Aughten. It has on it a considerable quantity of blos- . sm, the unripe red berries, and a number of fine rina - blackberries. It vies acronwl3anicd ...

Published: Friday 01 January 1819
Newspaper: Liverpool Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2588 | Page: 6 | Tags: News 

STATE OF TRADE

... David Thomas and John Flower, aged about eleven years, left their homes, in the Glebeland, for the purpose of gathering blackberries, and incautiously got upon some trains laden with iron, which were going down the tramroad, drawn by horses, towards the ...

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... that I was sent to fetch the bulletin, which would have kept me from a nice party that was to go out for the gathering of blackberries, I complained, with tears in my eyes, to my brother Daniel, about this deil of an auld wife, that would neither die nor ...