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... cutting some wood for garden purposes, in the Horse-pasture Wood, they promiscuously cut, from the side of an oak tree, a blackberry briar of the extraordinary length of 35 feet, and of last year’s growth. Blyth. —At a parish meeting, on Friday last, at ...

SUPPLEMENT TO TH E NOT TIN GH AM REVIEW

... declared detrimental to the and dignity the Establishment ? Me should then hear arguments against making bishops plentiful as blackberries, against making the plum pudding of plums only, against vulgarizing the dignity and frittering away the weight of the authority ...

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

... The annual match for a sum of money given by Lord John Manners was played on the 24th ult., at the Belvoir Club Ground, on Blackberry Hill, between eleven of the Belvoir Castle Establishment and eleven o{ the Grmnby Club. The Belvoir Club played most admirably ...

Published: Thursday 04 July 1850
Newspaper: Nottinghamshire Guardian
County: Nottinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 13071 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... Hickling. The constable saw the defendant walkintr by tk hedge side in a field at 10 o'clock on Sunday mornirW W getting blackberries. The defendant admitted the cW and in consideration of his age he was only ordered to r the constable's costs, 35., and ...

Published: Thursday 12 September 1850
Newspaper: Nottinghamshire Guardian
County: Nottinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2274 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

NOTTINGHAM HitV I E W

... belonging to Mr. William Hickling. I’he constable saw the defendant in the held at ten o’clock Sunday morning last,getting blackberries.—The defendant admitted the charge, and in consideration of his age was only ordered to pay the constable’s costs, 35. ...

PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE

... the pangs of hunger, spread over the fields, and scores might be seen busily engaged clearing the hedges of the delicious blackberries with which they were loaded. In the meantime the car- riages were detached and taken over beyond Kirkby, when after a delay ...

Published: Thursday 19 September 1850
Newspaper: Nottinghamshire Guardian
County: Nottinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1998 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

STANDING

... make one anything but sleepy. Peaches are abundant; they turn out their pigs to feed upon them they fall from the trees. Blackberries were ripe in July, and very abundant this year. We have few apples here ; no gooseberries or currants of any colour ; we ...