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... anytuing of the kind ever before attempted—at least, in these parts. In the sister country such ugly fanl.ironades are blackberries, and may h.id equally cheap. Dr. Cabill, a great authority in belles-Ultrcs, is the only celebrated writer of the kind ...

Published: Saturday 20 September 1851
Newspaper: Chester Chronicle
County: Cheshire, England
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Local and District

... petticoat was white silk, trimmed with white tulle and white ribbons. liar majesty wore round bead a wreath composed of blackberries and diamonds. A large number presentations took plaes, among which remarked the following :—Lord Alvanley, on succceding ...

Published: Saturday 24 April 1852
Newspaper: Chester Chronicle
County: Cheshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 5729 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

Local and District

... draw an increased body of poor to our city Will it be the opening of dispensary Surely not; dispensaries are as common as blackberries. I take it, if tbe poor be attracted to us at all, it will be by the peculiar excellency of our physic, which, it is devoutly ...

Published: Saturday 22 May 1852
Newspaper: Chester Chronicle
County: Cheshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4582 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

Agriculture, &c

... and taxes upon them. Again, in parts of Norfolk, Lincolnshire, and Scotland, steam-engines are almost as plentiful as blackberries, whilst in most other •counties, thejr hare few or none. In oun, with a mil lio.'.' of acres, we have less than hal:-a-dozen ...

Published: Saturday 26 June 1852
Newspaper: Chester Chronicle
County: Cheshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2017 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

Accidents and Offences

... supposed Murder en.—On Friday evening, ihe 3d instant, about bulf-pasl seten o'clock, two children, who were gathering blackberries in a hedge-bottom at Eastbank, about a mile and a half the southeast of Sheffield, discovered the dead body a uian almost ...

Published: Saturday 11 September 1852
Newspaper: Chester Chronicle
County: Cheshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3056 | Page: 6, 7 | Tags: none

British and Foreign Varieties

... of the wild rose, the brilliant scarlet ami green berries the night-shade, and the dark purple bunches of the luxuriant blackberry. These are now moat abundant, and we often meet lots of lad* and lassies busy in reducing their numbers. Then we have the ...

Published: Saturday 09 October 1852
Newspaper: Chester Chronicle
County: Cheshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3627 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

RoiiuEitr of a Watch.—Yesterday acharge was brought before the Magistrates against Samuel SptotUm and Sarah ..

... a Fall.—On the 24th of Sept. the day after the Regatta, a little girl,eleven yeaisold, named Ellen Butler, was picking blackberries from the bushes glowing the edge of the rocks in Queen's Park, when sha fell a distance about fifteen yards. She was i ...

Published: Saturday 06 November 1852
Newspaper: Chester Chronicle
County: Cheshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1035 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

Local and District

... recompense the outlay. The Billy- Gamon's Hough, as the side of the hill fronting the river was called, fruitful in blackberries, and thick with coppice and timber, under which the unassuming but lovely wild-flowers exhaled their fragrance on the almost ...

Published: Saturday 08 April 1854
Newspaper: Chester Chronicle
County: Cheshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4525 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

CHESHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

... his neigh l*>arhood thrashing machines worked by horses weie going out of date, and steam engines were as plentiful as blackberries He belie#ed that his expenditure was remunerative, and that if they we:e to see his crops this year they would say that ...

Published: Saturday 09 September 1854
Newspaper: Chester Chronicle
County: Cheshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 9358 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

THE FIELD AND THE GARDEN

... accomplish. In his neighbourhood thrashing machines worked by horses were out of date and steam-engines were as plentiful as blackberries. He believed that his exenditurc wvs remunerative, and that if they were to see his crops this year they would say that ...

Published: Saturday 16 September 1854
Newspaper: Cheshire Observer
County: Cheshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3222 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

A PIC NIC PARTY SURROUNDED BY FIRE IN THE WOODS

... vicinity of one of the tallest of the Berkshire range of mountaius. The lull said to covered with countless bushels of ripe blackberry and all of the high bush variety, which arc the largest and the sweetest. They left (he station in high spirits, and in ...

Published: Saturday 23 September 1854
Newspaper: Chester Chronicle
County: Cheshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 632 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

BASS

... of southern Africa—away the distant native regions of the Caffre and the Hottentot, —bottles of Bass, are plentiful as blackberries, and settlers at the Cape toast the old country in beverage from the same brew ing as their cousins are imbibing at home ...

Published: Saturday 30 September 1854
Newspaper: Chester Chronicle
County: Cheshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2870 | Page: 6, 7 | Tags: none