HANLEY AND SHELTON

... subject, and he thought that the reasons for the law were not like Falstaff’s, as plentiful as blackberries, nor were the best of them even worth blackberry. The advocates of prohibition must feel their cause to be weak indeed when they could find nothing ...

Published: Saturday 09 March 1850
Newspaper: Staffordshire Advertiser
County: Staffordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1465 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

SPIRIT OF THE JOURNALS. BENJAMIN DISRAELI

... to the efficiency and dignity of the establishment ? We should then hear arguments against making bishops as plentiful blackberries, against making the plum-pudding of plums only, against vulgarising the dignity and frit-1 tering away the weight of the ...

Published: Saturday 09 March 1850
Newspaper: Dublin Weekly Register
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 2517 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

Advertisements & Notices

... post, viz:- Mr. M'Clelland's Tipperary Boy, lost (Magee) ?? 3 1 1 c Mr. Rice's Lizzy, ?? 71b (M'Lory) ?? ?? 2 2 2 Mr. ?? Blackberry, lost ?? ?? 1 dist. Mr. Smith's Grand Lumiere, Mr. Thomson's Saul, Mr. Connor's The Duke, and Mr. Aicken's Lass of Gowrie ...

BUCKS LENT ASSIZES

... with my uncle's cart- I have seen two or three waggons laden with barlej go down the road to Westbury. It was call e£l Blackberry-lane, when I was young. Richard Pulver, examined by Mr. W ells.—I l at Evenley. I know the road in question, and * have ...

Published: Saturday 16 March 1850
Newspaper: Bucks Herald
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 14927 | Page: 2, 3, 4 | Tags: none

KKW GAUDIvX AND FARM SEEDS,

... finish making a bad steond to Blackberry, who won the heat, Tipperary Boy just saving his distance. Second beat—The last three started, Magee leading from the post on Joo M’Clelland’s horse Tipperary Boy, fullowed by Blackberry and Lizzy, Every one anxiously ...

Published: Saturday 16 March 1850
Newspaper: Ulster Gazette
County: Armagh, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 2053 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

STEEPLE CHASE

... who was leading at tremendous pace, came down, followed in his bad ex« ample by the Duke ; from this all tailed off but Blackberry, (by Dog Brier,) who took lead and his fences in sporting style, with the exception of occasional baulk! He was followed ...

Published: Saturday 16 March 1850
Newspaper: Northern Standard
County: Monaghan, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 817 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: none

STEEPLE CHASE NEAR TEMPLBPATRICK

... out for the former run ; the follow ing horses started McClelland’* Tipperary Boy Magee I Mr Rice's . M. ixiry - * * Mr M. Blackberry . Mr Iju«s of twjwrle, Mr Thompson • Saul, Mr Connor The Duke, amt Mr Smith's hor*c al-so startel. .. , . „ The were ...

HOME & DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE

... between Plymouth and London. Turbots, « dories, and many other piscatory luxuries have sud- denly become as plentiful as blackberries,— but alas, to our taste, they are as unaccustomed as pine-apples ; and whilst members of Parliament are declaiming in ...

Published: Thursday 21 March 1850
Newspaper: Bradford Observer
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3802 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

PAROCHIAL BOARD

... ent* and the haroers were severally acquitted the bar. All Not Y«t.—During :i tiausition state of things when are ly rife blackberries, tone > ing bad times, dull markets, an low prices, the fact, given competent uuth >riiy, must soothing toe agricultural ...

Published: Friday 22 March 1850
Newspaper: Greenock Advertiser
County: Renfrewshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 5944 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

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 ...

STEEPLE CHASES, Ac, AT BELFAST

... same course. McClelland*# Tipperary Boy * I Mr Rice's m I.irrr Mr M Gildow-nv’* Blackberry . . . - w 1 Four others slarteil, but were distanced in the tirst heat. Blackberry, verywell ridden, after a sharp contest with Lizzy, won the first heat. The second ...

LIMERICK CITY REGISTRATION

... for the purpose of rearing pigs ! Should the root conic to prosperous maturity, potatoes in good sooth will be as plenty blackberries about the middle of July ! The weather, which hail been so very mild and beau tiful fur several weeks, and under whose ...

Published: Tuesday 26 March 1850
Newspaper: Limerick Reporter
County: Limerick, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1428 | Page: 2 | Tags: none