A YOUNG TRAVELLER'S AMERICAN TOUR

... roses, teeming with insects of every size and colour. We hardly moved a step without being caught by the broken branches of blackberry or raspberry-bushes, which hung or lay across the path, loaded with their delicious fruit. I am sure the lakes of red juice ...

THE LITERARY EXAMINER

... Shall meet, and take thee by the handI But serve him not as who obeys: He is thy slave if thou command: And blossoms on the blackberry-stalks He shall enchant as thou dost pass, Till they drop gold upon thy walks, And diamonds in the dewy grass. Such largess ...

HOLIDAY AMUSEMENTS

... take away the childena Ad mrde tem A Ithis period of the story a number of wood nymphs are in- troduced gathering blackberries in a blackberry brake. This is one of the most exquisite scenes in the whole panto- mime. Independently of its wonderful colouring ...

ONCE UPON A TIME

... morning mist and evaing lo the (Unlike this cold grey rime), Seem'd woven warm of .olden are When I was in my priinte bar And blackberries-, nosslekii ?? W ere finely flavoir -, then; dr. . And nuti-such reddening clusters ripe he. I necer shall poll again. ...

SOCIETY OF FEMALE ARTISTS, Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly

... rurallife, nearly faultlese. The second best picture in the room is a little unpretending beauty (numbered 340), Gathering Blackberries, Eliza Adams. This is a bi'jou, a perfect gem, and must become a favourite of every visitor to the gallery. There are souse ...

Published: Sunday 04 April 1858
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 990 | Page: 5 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

HUMOROUS GATHERINGS

... the ?arity of true freedship, -lt this must, be a gloomy lih&oh4mayi nature, for sicerefriends, if not Ys plentifal is blackberries, are at least s. nnmerous aS n'wspapers.' pntif toto expereneeo, all readers of 'iiei public jouru'la..-,eitker,.dailor ...

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 ...

THE SCRAP-BOOK COLUMN

... murmnre~e oo, in their leafy retreat, The wild birds sib listening the drops round them beat And the boy crouhes dlos to the blackberry wall. The swa~ows alone take the torm en their wag And, tsuntlng the trsobeltredi labonrers, sinkg. Like pebbles the yam ...

FASHIONS FOR SEPTEMBER

... with black chenille. The same trimming was placed on the curtain, and the cap was made of blonde, with pink velvet and blackberries. The flich is growing in favour daily. At one time we see the fichu Marie Antoinette, of black lace or richly embroidered ...

POETRY

... school, in their leafy retreat, The wild birds sit listening the drops round them beat; And the boy crouches close to the blackberry wall. The swallows alone take the storm on their wing, And, taunting the tree-sheltered labourers, sing. Like pebbles the ...

THE AUTUMN ROBIN

... flocking birds to slay: Yet shohld'st thou ?? the danger run, He turns the tube away. Tihe gipey boy, who seeks in glee Blackberries for a dainty meal, Laughs loud m~l first beholding thea, When called, so near his precunce steal. ?? surely thinks thou ...

FINE ARTS

... ew'reiJi *d il sutbjects, nd D. Harding - i magnificent 'wisLndccap- (100), painted with great care and vigour. - The Blackberry Gatherers -of Collins (106), is one of that artist's sweete'st pictures,; and not far from it is suspended a noble Welch ...