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 ...

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 ...

CORK ASSIZES

... knew the prisoner, ?? te identified him) ; she met flim last harvest in htie parish of Rilicuburei as she. was picking blackberries on the aide of a ditch, which skifted a corn-field,; lie came into the field with a horse, and a sickle in his hand, and ...

COURT OF CHANCERY—IRELAND

... Idle, in Yorkshire, a lad, aged 16, died last week in great agony, in consequence of having overcharged his stomach with blackberries. Potatoes are selling in Covent Garden market, London, at from 2s. 6d. to as. per cwt. SMrUGGLEBs'DrsowNED.-Three men belonging ...

NISI PRIUS COURT, WEDNESDAY, APRIL [ill]

... pole, an expression whicld excited a good deal of nearrimenot. It eons elso stalest that several gallons of titter atee blackberry winie ihud beets thsrown out of doors. Mr. Ce 055J'5Lf., use itee part of tisa defettdants, cosstended Cleat thara seas ...