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

The Smith Testimonial Fund.—The Smiths, it is well known, are plentiful as blackberries; but the particular ..

... The Smith Testimonial Fund.—The Smiths, it is well known, are plentiful as blackberries; but the particular branch the family of which we now speak is Mr. Francis Pettit Smith, otherwise Screw Smith, the practical inventor of the screw propeller. ...

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... isles of Papbos; uor piue for the rose-^aide. s A Cashmere, nor for the scented bo we. s where the bulbul sings. * * * Blackberries ! rich, juicy, coo! and gushiug, which, ti the days of boyhood, lured us with their jetty lusciousness, and made us forget ...

Published: Wednesday 14 January 1852
Newspaper: Blackburn Standard
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3197 | 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 ...

ELECTION OF CORONER

... be poured on at first. Blackberries are extremuely useful in cases of dysentery. To eat the berries is very healthy ; tea made of the roots and leaves is beneficial, and a syrup made of the berries is still better, Blackberries have some times effected ...

Published: Saturday 13 November 1852
Newspaper: Preston Chronicle
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 6103 | Page: 6 | Tags: News 

LANCASTER ASSIZES

... degree p'oisonous. -In cases of purging and vomiting I Ii might recommend blackberry wine. Buttermilk porridge would e Irritate the stomach still more If taken either In blackberry wine r or mussels. I do nutthink either antimony or arsenic leave tho t ...

ASHTON AND STALYBRIDGE

... portion of hi* remains was buried in ihe afternoon. Mistaking Belladonna for Blackberries.— Last week some children belonging to the town of Sevenoaks went out blackberry gathering, and one of them, a lad about 10 years of age, was induced to eat some ...

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 ...

POISONING BY BELLADONNA AND MOUNTAIN ASH BERRIES

... gathered for, mulberries. It sli In appears that oen Sunday a party, of lads went ont'into the of ts country to gather blackberries. *They were attracted by. a sti to dark purple fruit, and asked a-farmer what it was his all to reply was that it was the ...

Published: Saturday 18 September 1858
Newspaper: Manchester Times
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 709 | Page: 3 | Tags: News 

INSOLVENT COURT. —F*id»t

... however possess some qualities which entitle them to the attention of others than the mere passer-by For instance :-the blackberries have a desneattve and astringent value, and are a most appropriate remedy for the gums and inflammation of the tonsils ...

Published: Saturday 13 December 1851
Newspaper: Lancaster Gazette
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1114 | Page: 5 | Tags: none