THE MONMOUTHSHIRE BEACON

... too, you’ll be after a while. K stands also for King. Never forget the raal ould Kings of Ireland, that wor as plinty as blackberries wid us. What matters the new kings to us all ? And now you’ll see how nath’ral the K leads to this L. L. Remember, now ...

Published: Saturday 25 May 1850
Newspaper: Monmouthshire Beacon
County: Monmouthshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 1369 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

NOT SO MAD AS HE SEEMS TO BE

... thousand miles for a peniny, amid buy a iveeck's di areading for twopence. Wec publish books -faster lhan tbrambles bear blackberries, and produce plays as fast as id the French wviite them. W~e can feed paupers on nine- uci penice half'peniny a-day, and ...

Published: Saturday 19 April 1851
Newspaper: North Wales Chronicle
County: Caernarfonshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 1667 | Page: 8 | Tags: News 

Literature

... instroctcive matter; agree- abiicy conibitticig tile s/ile vvitli the diuice. Lo', tiON% Got tioc Booics ore 'pleitty as blackberries .1 Dacitreol a publlishier b)itt. has issued a wotrk of titis deserip- W tioti , iii ci theyt nmtty ho liad at ccli prices-from ...

A BE R A VON

... way » »e private-bouse of our sho|is ; our market approaching coinplction ; public houses unfortu natcly ,u,nie r .,us as blackberries ; and last, (though not ■cast report a project will shortly set foot for «Mvn.g the ancient l-.rou- of Avon will. gas. ...

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... about two o'clock in the afternoon of the above-named day, and took his way, it is supposed, towards the river In search of blackberries. His parents, missing his presence at tea, went round the village in search of him, but failed to see or to hear any account ...

THE MONMOUTHSHIRE BEACON. FOREST OF DEAN

... far more costly, the excellent taste and good feeling of this gentleman has introduced some cuttings of the common English blackberry. Many of our readers will remember the anecdote of an English gentleman who, when strolling through the gardens of a princely ...

Published: Saturday 29 November 1851
Newspaper: Monmouthshire Beacon
County: Monmouthshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 2342 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

OUR LIBRARY TABLE

... (Uit LIBR{ARY TABLE. Time was when the A nnuals'' were ' plentiful as blackberries, and when they were looked for, at this E season of the year, with an anxious anticipation of plea- F sure. Thilat day is gone; and nlow only two are kept of n the numerouts ...

A QUEER BED-FELLOW FOR A CHRISTMAS. EVE

... fire-place, and, while the yule-log blazed bright and cheerily, told Christmas stories, in which ghosts were as plentiful as blackberries. III one tale that was then told, the hpro belonged to a family in which insanity was hereditary (and as is commonly the ...

THE SPANISH MAID. I love, when the summer sun hath set O'er the dark blue bills of Spain, To list

... fire-place, and, while the yule- log blazed bright and cheerily, told Christmas stories in which ghosts were as plentiful blackberries. In one tale that was then told, the hero belonged to a family in which insanity was hereditary (and as is commonly the ...

Published: Saturday 31 January 1852
Newspaper: Monmouthshire Beacon
County: Monmouthshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 1342 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

MISS SELLON AND THE SISTERS OF MERCY

... son.” “Wbyisaginpalace Uke'abed sbifliug ** I can’Mel I, son.” “Because you esn’t pass it,” said the boy. Lifejs field of blackberry bushes ; mean people squat down and pick up the fruit, no matter bow tbey black their fingers'; while, genius, proud snd ...

Published: Saturday 13 March 1852
Newspaper: Monmouthshire Beacon
County: Monmouthshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 5239 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

Literary Extracts

... orchard-robbing, sclhool-misclhief, April fibl(s, holiday r::mbles, ::nd fra:tici dogs with kettles or erackers at their talliM Blackberries, at: iv:iws wve go, thle sullch i c is still bui itiin g tt::iong the trees, and at though t lie A ali-' grow%%s chill ...