WORCESTER ASSIZES, MONDAY

... Gentlemen, I do not say that that nobleman was the Earl of Plymouth-for a trespass. The trespass consisted in the taking a few blackberries from one of the nobleman's hedges. The Jury were compelled to give a farthing damages, because the Judge said it was a ...

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. ...

CORONER'S INQUEST AT CLASSON'S-BRIDGE

... at it accurately, said ti thathle would positivelyliwearit was the coat in which Lynch ti was dressed whlen he met him in Blackberry-lane ; he knew o it by the colour, length, and collar. Tr A Juror-I see nothing extraordlinary in the collar. o Another ...

THE MURDER AT CLASSON'S-BRIDGE

... who relieved me that took hin out of the kiln; I don't know that the deceased is the single young man whom I Met with in Blackberry-lane; I 'Wll not swear 1 have heard that bad characters usedto fre- quent the line kiln;, I was ill the kiln on Sunday about ...

IRELAND

... Shortly after met a young wan at Blackberry-lene he was walking smart and was smoking a new pipe. ?? was going towards Aliltown. his dresswes dark, and from the lightness of his step he probably wore shoes. Blackberry-lane leBd& from liathinines church ...

LAW AND POLICE

... lrit l 0 - ' 'THAMES. POISONOUS BERRIES.-.On Thursday, an old mnan named John elsllard, who carried a basket condaieinthe blackberries, was brought before Mer.' B'lofatmne, charged with selling poisonous berries ol the deadly nightshade, and causing the'deaths ...

Published: Sunday 23 August 1846
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 5881 | Page: 7 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

OXFORD, Saturday, Feb. 3

... are making. Meetings to carry put the principle on which they are established are like alastaff's reasons as plenty as blackberries, and their success is no longer a matter of doubt. '1'hank GOD, the farmers are at length roused to a knowledge of what ...

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 ...

LOCAL JUSTICE

... own, and that freely, and when they do get it, the dose does them a power of good. As for subjects, they lie thick as blackberries upon the local papers, albeit not quite so distinctly to be seen at first sight. Let us look to the latest doings of ...

Published: Sunday 11 November 1849
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1417 | Page: 10 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... i31b.' Aross the Flat, ;opgsiX. h ft ; tI : Ld F. Bentlifick' -Aso'deu s, &t. 'ol; beat .gif Grafton% s C bp .Waltqn,Out of Blackberry dat. 4b TwYrold urse- ?? to$gagt.o~~a ,deas zt * ?? Mr. Shicespea 's Tum',ler lst i at Mrjor .Wilson'a Atifier Sft..31b ...

HADDENHAM MURDER

... led T>m'a Wood, Ilttween Sharrow and Crooks Moor, their attention was excited by a set which the animal made at a clamp of blackberry briars Upon examining the cause of attraction, one of them drew forth a cotton bag, which centalind tba body of a newly-born ...