TO THE BDITOK OF THE BASSE* OF ULSTER

... of the agent, his answer was much in the stylo of his illustrious prototype, Sir John Falstaff“lf reasons were plenty as blackberries, I would give no msn reason on compulsion. As the agent has condescended on petty pecuniary items, I must be excused for ...

Published: Tuesday 15 January 1850
Newspaper: Banner of Ulster
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 3565 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

CONSISTORY COURT, LONDON-Jan. 19

... purposes, about Gtd. per lb. Peaches one dollar per bushel. Melons, larger than your head, cents each. It great country for blackberries; they preserve them here • every season. My wife and the children went out one day, ■ and gathered about a bushel of plums ...

TENANT RIGHT

... accosted member of the tribe, who seemed to be intelligent young man. I observed him stopping very frequently to gather blackberries on the wayside, aud then, if to make up for the delay which had been occasioned the gratification of his childish tastes ...

Published: Tuesday 29 January 1850
Newspaper: Banner of Ulster
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 11053 | Page: 1, 2 | Tags: none

{jmco on the of Ireland, and for which Divine vengeance did not slumtar. (Hear, bear.) The workhouacs were ..

... accosted a member of the tribe, who seemed an intelligent young man. I observed him stopping very frequently to gather blackberries on the wayside, and then, as if to niake up for the delay occasioned by the gratitiealion of his childish tastes, to run ...

Published: Tuesday 29 January 1850
Newspaper: Northern Whig
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 4448 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

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 ...

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 ...

steeple-chase

... Second Race, to be made with Mr. Moo hi;, Donegall Arms. The decision of the Stewards to be final. Mr. Gildowney*® b.h. Blackberry (uu.) Mr. Gray (ns.) gr.b. Luca-. Mr. Smith (ns.) gr.h. Grande Lumiere. Mr. Thompson's b.h. Saul ,un. Mr. Connor’s b.g. ...

Published: Tuesday 05 March 1850
Newspaper: Northern Whig
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 771 | Page: 3 | 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

Death General Pakenha*.— Major-General the lion. Sir Hercules Rowley Piikeiiliam, brother to General who fell ..

... Air. M’Clelland’s Tipperary Boy, lUst. (Ma- ) 3 1 1 Mr. Rice’s Lizzy, lost. 7lbs. (M‘Lory), 2 2 2 Mr. M‘CJildowney’B Blackberry, Ittst 1 dist. Mr. Smith’s Grand Lumiere, Mr. Thompson’s Saul, Mr. Connor’s The Duke, and Mr. Lass of Gowrie, started for ...

Published: Saturday 09 March 1850
Newspaper: Northern Whig
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1787 | Page: 2 | 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 ...

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