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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 ...

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 

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

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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 ...

ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c

... week, about five o'clock in the evening, as two children, the one eight, and the other four yearsof age, were gatherint blackberries in a field near Hastings, a mionster, inthe shape of a san, enticed the elder istisot to the other side of the hedge, where ...

Published: Sunday 23 October 1825
Newspaper: The Examiner
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 2723 | Page: 12, 13, 14 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

EXECUTION AT LINCOLN

... the proposition should not be entertained. He said Lord Burghash had done much towards making fiddlers as plentiful as blackberries, and if they were to form such a school as that proposed by M. Bertrand, dancers would become as plentiful as fiddlers ...

POLICE.—SATURDAY

... support the charge.' Master Bodkin, and his cousin, aged ten, were in a field at Hampstead, with the intention of picking blackberries, when the defendant canse up and inquired, What businesshave you in this field ? Master Bodkin replied they were taking ...

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT—FRIDAY

... month the prosecutor, along with a companion, was pro- ceeding to a wood in the neighbourhood of Highgate, to look for blackberries. On his way he iet the two prisoners, who were in company with two others. Ile was accosted by them, end asked what money ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE—FRIDAY

... e ltn them. Elizarbeih Tappin, t, lthpper So ateford-street, stated ttat o. watrplaceshy Week ?? ran Cameotp swit thula blackberries and iwhit lit called detberries. A yotung mat who lodged it the house curate to this door and told fie rriboser that thue ...

POLICE

... He contended that if such petty cases were to be the subject of summary convictions, any individual for gathering a few blackberries or other wild fruit by the road-side, or the weary traveller who quenched his thirst at a pool of water belong- ing to ...