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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 ...

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 

WARWICK ASSIZES, MARCH 31

... There were no external marks of violence; she died from general fatigue and exhaustion ; her stomach contained nothing but blackberries. Egin, the father, oil being recalled, said, his child left home hit perfect health. The. prisoner (a dull, heavy-looking ...

POLICE

... Vorest,'and tbky sent the wo- man and the other'men to London with the caravan; next day they remained in the forest picking blackberries, and he lived upon them, some wheat and a piece of red herring. 'They slept on the forest-all that weeki what the en 'did ...