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ECCLESIASTICAL

... seem an instrument convenient enough when inserted into a saucer or syrup, or applied to the broken surface of an over-ripe blackberry, but we often see our sipper B ...

Literary Extracts

... life..had been as short. as theirs,' they would have totall mim ut of diefeate'd ui'mts nh'e comphtitiOn' fr nuts and ripe blackberries. ithe our I.Tcan hil et bi'irvgti ttmn ;-Iti think, r thde~ in a life of twenty years, the efforts of the human mind' m'c ...

SOUTH LANCASHIRE ASSIZES

... sort of a dance was it? Prosecutrix: Ido not know. His Lordship : What tune was it Prosecutrix : It was the tune of the Blackberry blossoms. 4 ' (Here the court was convulsed with laughter.)— His Lordship: And you danced? Prosecutrix: I made a motion ...

News of the Neighbouring Towns

... the veritable genuineness of some of them attested the respected chairman of the family comm' Reasons, plentiful as blackberries. have been industriously circulated amongst Mr. Peel's requisitionints, to prove that desertion is not ouly honourable ...

SHOCKING MURDER AT SHEFFIELD

... SHOCKING MURDER AT SHEFFIELD. On Friday evening week, about half.past 7, two children, who were gathering blackberries in a hedge-bottom at Eastbank, about 5 % ft 0 tne onth-ecst of Sheffield, discovered Ihe nv«rr/, o Jn°fv atD a . almon ct,n cealed ...

LOCAL NEWS

... motion followed, 1That Mr. Langley be grace milntallowed to speak at all. At length motions were ?? had I fiplenty as blackberries, and complete confusion rind drunil trg he alliwas declared r. Langley be not allowed to speak at inadE sacsal evewas ...

Published: Saturday 30 October 1852
Newspaper: Manchester Times
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 13774 | Page: 4, 5 | Tags: News 

OLDHAM ELECTION PROCEEDINGS

... working st P e men, who were understood to be Mr. Fox's supporters, and try black eyes and bruises were as plentiful as blackberries. At ey the Star and the Globe Inns, two other of Fox's committee- ( rooms, a less force of defenders was found, and there ...

Published: Saturday 04 December 1852
Newspaper: Manchester Times
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 14374 | Page: 6, 7 | Tags: News 

BOOKS ON OUR TABLE

... in a periodical called sh to The Truth Seeker. ev( !S. of to Almanacks for the coming year are as plentiful as NV, le blackberries; among those before us are the Bolton hi, id Almanack, ' The Protestant Dissenters' Almanackl' CO 'e The Illustrated ...

LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL

... Liverpool, four children went out into the country, in the neighbourhood of the Old Swan, for the purpose of gathering blackberries. As they were going home two of them were observed to fall as if in a fit, and three of them were taken to the Infirmary ...

Advertisements & Notices

... consist ot, of two ouajectsfroem the PoetsltyPioeleregill; The Blind Piper 11, and Cottage Itterior, by F. Goodall; Blackberry Gatherers, ry, by Eliza Goodall; Fruit, by Lance; Group of Fruit, ditto of ire Flowers, by Grcitulaud; Three Specimens ...