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 ...

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
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HULL’S LIFK IN LONDON

... employed ns many Counsel perchance had lost blackberries ! Did they think of the expeaces of the Xoble Karl in seeking to bring this blackberry-eating blackguard—as much so, at least, as eating Blackberries could make him—to justice? Where so many Counsel ...

BRIDGWATER; August

... Peraylvania ; if we mistake not, such a custom obtains in PotUgrove, Montgomery county. United States Gazette, July 16, 1827. Blackberry Jam.—The method of preparing the delicate conserve that forms so largs portion of my children's favourite adjunctive aliment ...

MIRACLES

... MIRACLES. Asplentiy as blackberries.-FALSTAFF in 1. Henry IV. Now that MIRACLES, like reasons (and very un- like any thing of the sort) are plenty as blackberries, no one expresses the least surprise at passing events, however strange, and above ...

Published: Thursday 11 September 1823
Newspaper: Morning Chronicle
County: London, England
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THE TURF

... of R mernbrance. Bay colt, Banker, out of Nerissa, by dir. Giffard's, 80gs. at Derby, beating dir. Houldsworth's br. f. Blackberry ; Sir G. Sitwell's b. f. by Figaro, dam by Filho Puta; dir. Charlton's b. f. by Negociator, dam by Filho da Puta. Bay colt ...

Published: Saturday 07 November 1829
Newspaper: Yorkshire Gazette
County: Yorkshire, England
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THE DORSET COUNTY CHRONICLE AND SOMERSETSHIRE GAZETTE

... which have extent miles. None these works, important they are, were projected prior 1755. Ueghtrr of Arts and Sciences. Blackberry Jam. —-A Correspondent (J. J. T.) points out the advantages which this sweatmeat possesses over the more luxurious preserves ...

Published: Thursday 29 September 1825
Newspaper: Dorset County Chronicle
County: Dorset, England
Type: Article | Words: 2308 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

LIST OF THE WINNERS OF THE.TWO-TEAR OLD STAKES, 1829

... Remembrance. Bay Colt, by Banker, out of Nerissa, by Woful, Mr Giffard's, 80gs at Derby, beating Mr Houldsworth's br. f. Blackberry, Sir G. SitweU's b f. by Figaro, dam by Filho da Puta, and Mr Charlton's b. f. by Neg, tutor, dam by Filbo da Puta, grandam ...

Published: Saturday 05 December 1829
Newspaper: York Herald
County: Yorkshire, England
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VARIETIES

... who said that *• it died iu his arms, and that he left it in the wood from fear. A few blackberries were found in the stomach, and the face was smeared blackberries, which tile little ioaoceot no doubt had picked to cal. An inquest has been held on the ...

Published: Thursday 29 September 1825
Newspaper: Worcester Journal
County: Worcestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4081 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

TOR WIND INSTRI:MrNTS

... only merit in the picture is its treatment as to the accompaniments, and they are tasteful. The blackberry boy looks as if he did not know a blackberry from a bull's foot : a more insane mass of flesh it has not been our misfortune to see for some weeks ...

Published: Sunday 02 November 1828
Newspaper: The Atlas
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1011 | Page: 13 | Tags: none

Cf)f jfint Art*

... a big fool as I am, so bothered and fiabergasted, that I never persaved that was wandering up to knees among furze and blackberries, instead of keeping to the beautiful highroad, that lay so toft and pleasant under my feet. But all of a suddent—sorra ...

Published: Monday 14 August 1826
Newspaper: Belfast Commercial Chronicle
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
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