THEATRICALS, ETC

... far uper ior to any of its predecessor The piece commences at the period when Mloses is despatched to sell the old mare Blackberry, and returns the dupe f ?? and o possessor of a gross of green spectanles in sha- green cases. The duties of Sir Williva ...

Literary Extracts

... life..had been as short. as theirs,' they would have totall mim ut of diefeate'd ui'mts nh'e comphtitiOn' fr nuts and ripe blackberries. ithe our I.Tcan hil et bi'irvgti ttmn ;-Iti think, r thde~ in a life of twenty years, the efforts of the human mind' m'c ...

LITERATURE

... around them, like well-drilled rows of charity cbildren out for a holiday walk; sud the grapes too, meorb plentiful than blackberries, hawked ia tbe streets and. old by the cwt. at a less' price than soap or sugar; not to mention peaches plucked for the ...

THEATRICAL CHIT-CHAT

... if we may believe the last accounts, was already the heroine of the day. Son- nets and serenades were as plentiful as blackberries. The celebrated Spontini, the author of La Vestale and Fernand Cortez, has lately died, at Jesi, his native place ...

Reviews

... ; how many violets I have picked there y- in March-how many lilies of the valley in May I 'ert How many strawberries, blackberries, and filberts I have eaten ; how many butterflies and lizzards I n a have pursued and caught; how many nests I have of ...

Reviews

... paths ; how many violets I have picked there in March-how many lilies of the valley in May ! l1 How many strawberries, blackberries, and filberts G, I have eaten ; how many butterflies ani lizzards I d have pursued and caught; how many nests I have discovered ...

LIST OF EXHIBITORS IN THE CRYSTAL PALACE

... Middleton and Answorth, Norwich. Four figured poplins, the pattern of which is formed by a combination of the wild rose, the blackberry, and. the fern leaf. They were wrought by a 1,200 Jacquard[ engine, with 6,200 cards, so as to produce three distinct colours ...

THEATRES, &c

... difficulty attending it. But supposing that such productions as he requires were plentiful here as they are in France-thick as blackberries, which is by no means the case, how many actors and'actresses have we capable of dashing off a comic character to perfection ...

Published: Sunday 18 May 1851
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 2746 | Page: 10 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

LITERATURE

... is one whose bite is mortal), gambling, drinking, ague, fever, starvation, nrid' a thousand other liabilities thick as blackberries there- when you calculate the hardship of incessant toil and wet beds, with bad fare-whenyouaddtothesedangers and miseries ...

Published: Sunday 12 October 1851
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 3789 | Page: 10, 11 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

Reviews

... avenue, but neither white farm house nor gay green shutters greeted his anxious sight. * # Marty a vow he made and many a blackberry he picked as he walked hither and thither, in every direction. The day wore on, the sun bad long passed the meridian, and ...

Reviews

... avenue, but neithder white fiirrn house nor gay green shutlers grceted his anxious sight. * * Many a vow 1 e made and many a blackberry he picked as h i walked hither and thither, in every direction. T Ihes day wore on; the sun had long passed the V a eridian ...