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THE ADYOC TE

... the daisied knoll— The centre of a whining brood Brown as the hazels which they steal— Gipsy beauty stood. Blacker than blackberries her eyes, And still not blacker than her hair, Which lolled in lazy flakes upon Her olive shoulders bare. Here were they ...

WITS GETTING RID OF BORES

... means will rarely found destilute, and lie who relies upon any other will generally be* come bankrupt.— Wayfand. Liie of blackberry bushes. Mean people squat down and pick the fruit, no matter how they black their fingers ; while genius, proud and per ...

THE ADVOCATE

... ground. The vicious reproving vice is the raven chiding black- Advantage is a better soldier than rashness. Life is field of blackberry bushes. Mean people squat down and pick the truit, no matter how they black their fingers ; while genius, proud and per ...

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE

... petticoat was of white silk, trimmed with white tulle and white ribbons. Her Majesty wore round her head a wreath composed of blackberries and diamonds. The general levee was attended immense number of the 6eaii monde. The Queen held Investiture of the Most ...

TPB ADVOCATE

... waste vast deal of time in rensting blackhsms-— tba dassert to mr liscnit-hmch—and fi nl °“ * ora * '»>’ bow good Valencia blackberries are, and low gaudy Valencia lans with gone and hratl ar; and then talk over, end fix In our ■Mmoriw wbfit have sa«a and ...

THE DANGERS OF THE DEEP

... alternately upon the sides are branche. of .tamped velvet leave, of several shade* of green, mixed with small bunches of blackberrie* These same berries, mixed with moiw-roso hud* mod Chinn pinks, ot pink velvet with crape leave., form the trimming. Small ...

DUBLIN POLlCE.—Thursdat

... 20th inst. —Rev. Peter D. Smyth, D.D., President. Blackberry Cordial.—The'following is not only an excellent and pleasant beverage, but cure for diarrhoea, &c. :—Recipe—to half bushel of blackberries, well mashed, add a quarter pound of allspice, two ...

LIFE OF A SAILOR

... temporarily sea-sick, and then he becomes permanently sick of the sea. The truth is, Willie soon aiscovers reasons plentiful blackberries for thinking less highly of sailors than people do on shore. talk of the jolly Jack Tar,’ and our gallant bluejackets,’ ...

SHIPPING

... till the principal races were over. The divisional generals, brigadiers, colonels, and staff-officers were plentiful as blackberries, and though the only representative of the fair sex was Mrs. Seaeole, who presided over sorely invested tent full of creature ...

THE ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15. l>-56

... make a hero of, and that those that made me should at once repent Mach better may easily be had. The crop is as plentiful blackberries. Crimeans are everything now—are everywhere; and though wild looking and hirsute animals, are easily caught. 1 not at all ...

Monthly Military Obituary

... broken out in Persia, bul the particulars have not been received FRIENDS. From the Iriih LiUrnry Gazette. Friends are not blackberries; they do no grow All clustering on the tree rich and bright; Nor mushrooms that do regelate, know, Like wearied creations ...

tfli iSAT irdaV, si. lass. THE FORTIFICATIONS CHERBOURG. “Cherbourg, as learn from the Montteur de is Flotte,” ..

... of Vatibsn, is hot a work which should make Englishmen tremble for the future. Franee may construct forts as plentiful blackberries along its coasts ; but there is great truth in some familiar lines about Britannia needing do bulwarks, and no towers along ...