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LONDON POLICE

... inquiry learned they were a native t fruit of the State, found near Lake Erie. The fruit of resembles the' common native blackberry, but is in larger and finer. I introduced a few roots into my C garen,, and find' them constant bearers from June lo until ...

COURT OF KING'S-BENCH—Dec. 7

... EHLRIOT, ESQ. and OIqERS. This was an indictment against John Heriot, and John Taylor, -Esqrs. 'Richard Harris, anis Ridhard'Blackberry, the proprietorsprinter. an | publisher of a newspaper-, c6lld The True lin , for a libel- upon -the Earl of StvVincent ...

OXFORD CIRCUIT

... Mr Black, onl the 21st of April, wrote the following reply :- Reasons, my dear Sir, as Falstaff says, c are plenty as blackberries-but I will give no man a reason on compulsion.' I refer you to Canon 101-' No license shiall be granted but to such per- ...

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT—Sept. 24

... is no fence of any de- scription, and on Sept. 4tb, the complainant thought it no harm to enter the plantation to gather blackberries. She had ascended some distance upon the incline, when the defendant made his appearance and ordered her to start from ...

DEAN OF GUILD COURT

... almost no time, especially on Saturday 1l6 of nlulste, end( accordingly policemen are then stlationed anit)fas; thsickas G blackberries, An irl ~ishan mbo let-s himself blue kososlded Pea- K 41 ?? of at besting, has1 nothing to do bu~t trail Isis coat ...