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ministerial changes—rumours and FACTS. being perfectly obvious that Ministers cannot hold their ground, rumours ..

... ministerial changes—rumours and FACTS. being perfectly obvious that Ministers cannot hold their ground, rumours arc as plenty blackberries at Micanelmas—and perhaps unfounded dreams in the morning—of (be movements about to take place on the political board. ...

Published: Monday 10 December 1838
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Mail
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 810 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

TO TANNERS, DYERS. AND OTHER CONSUMERS OF OAK BARK. MR. WILLIAM'PATTERSON hating Patent far using Blackberry ..

... TO TANNERS, DYERS. AND OTHER CONSUMERS OF OAK BARK. MR. WILLIAM'PATTERSON hating Patent far using Blackberry Bushes substitute for Oak Bark, and baring specimens prsparad by bis process, is desirous of submitting same to the inspection of the Trade. F« ...

Published: Thursday 16 June 1836
Newspaper: Saunders's News-Letter
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 131 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

SHMEIO-WPOr

... E. Smith’s Stirk-in-the- Mud, Mr. Austin’s Selim. Mr. J Moggerldge’s Forester, Mr. K. Bradley’s Rocket. Mr. Townsend's Blackberry, Mr. *8 Taffy, and Mr. Hanson's Moonraker. Mr. Codrington’s Toper was drawn. The stakes were ten sovereigns each, the winner ...

MORE DESERTION'

... then say did ever Viceroy meet with such a reception as the Marquis of Normanby. Addresses were as plenty as blackberries, and like blackberries after Michaelmas Day, not very nice to touch, though mawkishly sweet to the taste. The most remark*; hie thing ...

Published: Monday 03 September 1838
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Mail
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 5287 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: none

THE FUNDS,

... and •II this, too, without starting. A native Paddy's •sked \ neighbour he had ever seen red blackberries? •• Tube sure I have.” said Pat. all blackberries are red, they are green V'~~Laird of Logan The Duke of St. Albans h-is received a letter threatiMng ...

Published: Monday 26 December 1836
Newspaper: Saunders's News-Letter
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 4584 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

SPIRIT OF THE JOURNALS

... with the ears that could catch the concert of the morning stars, or the spheres' music. Albeit Ribbonmen are plenty as blackberries, you might offer a thousand pounds for the sight of one, and miss the show. We have not heard what pecu- niary aid Mr. ...

Published: Wednesday 27 September 1837
Newspaper: Freeman's Journal
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 4030 | Page: 4 | Tags: News 

TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES

... have been very roughly handled for bearing common patronymic— Shakspeare (in my native county Shakspcares are plenty as blackberries”). My humble bat honest father gave me the name, and, as I had never disgraced it, did not think it necessary,to change ...

Published: Thursday 19 July 1838
Newspaper: Dublin Morning Register
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 186 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

illllTHS

... who came toiler; and took off bis coat, and wrapped it about tile poor woman, and sent some children, who were gathering blackberries in the lane, to Stock'nn, for assistance. Soon after, her husband, with his cart, came np, and she was conveyed home. ...

Published: Wednesday 25 September 1833
Newspaper: Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 296 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

GOOD NEWS

... compensation for his labora in exposing the errors Popery. Tlie same genius says that hundred (>ound notes are plenty blackberries” among the itinerant propagators of truth. We sincerely hope that this is correct; but we fear is too good to be true,” ...

•.,1 ( (, which are now brought home to themselves. Sadfrioe* emhittercd by such grievous self-reproaches, the ..

... fund this cudevant Papist be paid for reviling and calumniating the creed of his parents ; but notes are now as plenty blackberries amongst the itinerant gentry, doubt Murtagb will find little difficulty in obtaining the reward of bis puma labour*. Any ...

Published: Thursday 10 December 1835
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Post
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 408 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

THE PEERAGE,

... mind—is esteemed and valued. Were black berries as rare grapes they would as highly prized but make grapes as plenty as blackberries and they lose the prestige their favour. The Peerage will thus be undervalued. It will be rendered common by its frequency ...

Published: Monday 18 July 1831
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Mail
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 547 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

... uncommonly bine—come now, and answer this question. won’t—you 11 do nothing upon compulsion if reasons were as common blackberries you would not give us one hem, you naughty man you. Hut we know you are a close Hunks, and will give up the Lay Tithes ...

Published: Thursday 03 August 1837
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Post
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 570 | Page: 2 | Tags: none