ECCLESIASTICAL

... seem an instrument convenient enough when inserted into a saucer or syrup, or applied to the broken surface of an over-ripe blackberry, but we often see our sipper B ...

THE NEWRY EXAMINER AND LOL'TH ADVERTISER

... accosted member of the i tribe, who seemed to be intelligent young man. I observed him slopping very frequently to gather blackberries the wayside, and then, if to make up for the delay occasioned the gratification of his childish tastes, run with an Indian's ...

MISCELLANEOUS

... might seem instrument convenient enough when inserted into a or syrup, or applied to the broken surface of an over-ripe blackberry, but often see our of sweets quite busy a solid lump sugar, which wo shaU find on close inspection growing ■ small degrees ...

Published: Saturday 02 February 1850
Newspaper: Leeds Intelligencer
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4873 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

TjH E TRYST KEPT

... might seem instrument convenient enough when inserted into a saucer or syrup, or applied to the broken surface of over-ripe blackberry ; but often see our sipper sweets quite as busy solid lump of sugar, which we shall rind, on close inspection, growing “ ...

Published: Tuesday 05 February 1850
Newspaper: Newry Telegraph
County: Down, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 4990 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

ROTUNDO—THE ROOMKEEPERS' BALL

... Excellency and the Lord Mayor. The rest, Greeks, lurks, sailors, solldierslpnuns, niggers, &c., &c., were all as ri plenty as blackberries. All went off happily, and the festi- vities were kept up to a late hour, or rather an early hour a this morning. d RE ...

Eagraturr

... seem an instrument convenient enough when inserted into a saucer or syrup, or applied to the broken surface of an over-ripe blackberry, but we often see our sipper of sweets quite as busy on a solid lump of sugar, which we shall find on close inspection growing ...

VARIETIES

... mig-ht seem instrument convenient enough when inserted into a saucer or syrup, or applied to the broken surface of over-ripe blackberry, but we often see our sipper sweets quite as busy on a solid lump of sugar, which we shall find on close inspection growing ...

Published: Wednesday 06 February 1850
Newspaper: Hereford Journal
County: Herefordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3269 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

FAIRS TO BK HFLD,

... trunk might seem an instrument convenient when inserted into saucer or syrup, or applied to the broken surface of over-ripe blackberry, but often see our sipper of sweets quite as busy on solid lump of sugar, which aball find on close inspection growing ” ...

Published: Thursday 07 February 1850
Newspaper: Worcester Journal
County: Worcestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1329 | Page: 3, 4 | Tags: none

FIVE POUNDS REWARD

... the following morning. Chimney cans and stacks, stray slates and tiles, with odd bricks here and there, were plentiful blackberries. wall was blown down in some streets, a roof damaged in others, and windows smashed almost everywhere ; and although is ...

Published: Saturday 09 February 1850
Newspaper: Birmingham Journal
County: Warwickshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 9042 | Page: 4, 5 | Tags: none

VARIETIES

... seem an instrument convenient enough when inserted into a saucer or syrup, or applied to the broken surface of an over-ripe blackberry, but we often see our sipper of sweets quite as busy on a solid lump Of sugar, which we shall find on cls HInspectonmgrowyingml ...

Published: Saturday 09 February 1850
Newspaper: Oxford Journal
County: Oxfordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 11264 | Page: 4 | Tags: News 

THE CONDITION OF ENGLAND QUESTION

... christening their children after the hero of the li minute. Thus, Da generation or so back, Henry re Hunts were as common as blackberries-a crop of hi leareus O'Connors replaced them-and latterly I' they have a few green sprouts labelled Ernest Jones. tb A ...

THE CONDITION OF ENGLAND QUESTION

... their children' after th~e horo 'of the thn )minute. ThUs, a generation or so' back, Henry .ret Honts Were as common as . blackberries-wa crop of 'ha, Feargus 'O'Consnors replaced them-and. latterly. -I'd they tave a few green sprouts labelled Ernest Jones ...