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POLICE COURTS.--YESTERDAY, LIVERPOOL. FOR BLACKBERRIES. John Walsh, a very small boy, was charged by officer ..

... POLICE COURTS.--YESTERDAY, LIVERPOOL. FOR BLACKBERRIES. John Walsh, a very small boy, was charged by officer 660, with stealing 21 lbs. of butter. The officer stated that he met the prisoner in Scotland-road on Thursday afternoon, with the butter in - ...

Published: Saturday 15 October 1853
Newspaper: Northern Daily Times
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1197 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

HOUSEWIFE'S CORNER

... Ig Cherries, per lb.. Filberts ?? ey Grapes, English )n Ditto, foreign. lo Pineapples, Hug. A Ditto, foreign. ry BLACKBERRY I er blackberry pies:- [e pick them over be them (for one pie ay white sugar, ?? 11, dish (a soup dish) 3d the edge of the n- which ...

Published: Friday 03 September 1852
Newspaper: Liverpool Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 563 | Page: 7 | Tags: Commerce 

,EMENT TO THE LIVERPOOL STANDARD

... —before indeed, gauze frill unfolded on the range our blackberry parties. took place every day much to the . studies. Very soon:the whole o warm . discussion on the relative, Finchley, Wanstead, blackberry ttO able places of resort for Epping, all° 1 last ...

ROUSER-OLD ECONOMY

... ROUSER - OLD ECONOMY To MAKE BLACKBERRY JELLY.—II - mipe blackberries, picked from the stems, boiled in a jar three hours, pulp them, and add double the weight of sugar, or rather less. GREEN-GAGES. - --PriCk them with a needle, green them with vine leaves ...

MISCELLANEA

... America, 44 deg. 30 min. N., by a Mr. Needham, resembling a blackberry in growth and habit ; the fruit is however a transparent white, with very fine flavour. The fruit is larger than the blackberry, arid produced in greater abundance.— Gardeners' chronicle ...

FASHIONS

... bonnets most reinarkable for novelty is one composed of black lace and cerise-colour velvet, and trimmed with poppies and blackberries. A bonnet of white crape has been trimmed with roses and black velvet; to the edge of this bonnet is attached a fall of ...

DUBLIN BEFORE THE OPENING

... with great vigour, and the two principal theatres hare made an effort to be attractive. Guide-book s are plentiful as blackberries, only they are very ill arranged. Cars are to be had in abundance ; and to those who have a little time to spare after ...

latest Intelligent

... Tradbhan's Plat*. Angary first, Knack burn second, Jack Spring third. Fire ran. SniUNO Handicap.- Prince's Mixture first, Blackberry second. Manor Plats.— Lord Jereey first, Mrs. Stowe eecond, Unexpected third. Six nut. ...

Published: Saturday 12 June 1858
Newspaper: Liverpool Mail
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 659 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

A LIVERPOOL REFORMATORY. We have read with very great interest the first report of the Mason street Reformatory ..

... and down, and have gone by with bread in one's pocket and light in one's home, while seeing how noels pretty lies, with blackberries, Were all besmeared and dye,l, And when they saw the darksome night, They sot them down and cried. One might as reasonably ...

Published: Wednesday 14 January 1857
Newspaper: Northern Daily Times
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 822 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

symposium that formed an adjunct to ' the pontificial high mass, that he had

... Deputations of all sorts great moor object by any projects of partial application or of to Ministers are as plenty as blackberries ; but they are or rroo importance, however or by whomsoever introduced cause, the good And relying on the justice of our ...

L-million of acres of la

... Louisiana, for having committed a rape on a girl aged 18. The victim and her mother, with three female friends, were picking blackberries in a plant when, it appears, the negro followed them, drew a knife threatened the rest of the women with death if they ...

THE BLOOMER BALL

... THE BLOOMER BALL. This transatlantic sect—whose professors within the month have sprung up as thick as blackberries in every part of the metropolis, and who have even spread their waves of doctrine as far as Edinburgh —appealing to the good sense of their ...