Review of the Week

... for any increase which may appear in said esti- mates excellent reasons would not be given. When reasons are as plenty as blackberries, who would be without capital reasons for asking for more money. What with France, with her half million of idle bayonets ...

TO SCHOOLMASTERS AND OTHERS

... course of proceeding. There is plenty of time yet before them, and, two months lienee, Candidates will be as plentiful blackberries. There is no real occasion for undue haste on the part of either the Liberals or the Conservatives. Neither is it desirable ...

Imperial Parliament

... had cost him £40,000, while they all knew that. no1- elections costing from £5,000 to £10, 000 were as plentiful itr as blackberries, Now, he had had the excitement of an. iaid election, the luxuary of a petition, and the further indual. nob gence of a ...

Imperial Parliament

... election had coat him £40,000, while they all knew that 10- elections costing from £5,000 to £10,000 were ats plentiful ry as blackberries. Now. he had had the excitement of anx Lid election, the luxury of a petition, and the further indul- oh gences of a commission ...

—• . A*y; . amply to eril, wWoh Morally

... and £40,000 had been expended in such contests ; and they ell knew that elections e Wing £B,OOO to £lO,OOO were plenty blackberries. (Laughter.) Now (Hr. Bell) had had the pleariog excitement of conteat, was returned and enjoved the luxury of a petition ...

Varieties

... -True, said the superintendent, but then there were seven scholars waiting all that timefor you. LIPE iS afield of blackberry bushes. Mean people squat down and pick the fruit, no matter how they black their fingers; while genius, proud and perpendicular ...

Varieties

... True, said the superintendent, but then there were seven scholars waiting all that time for you. Lirva is a feld of blackberry bushes. Mean people squat down and piok the fruit, no matter how they black their fingers; while genius, proud and perpendicular ...

MR. ROEBUCK AND MR. COPPOCK..J.,.I.I.|

... could afford to assume so loft) a ?? this. According to Mr. Jacob Bell, elections \ costing the member _50O0are plentiful;- blackberries, : and Mr. Coppock tells us corruption is practised in j every borough from Abingdon to Yarmouth ; all ' which makes Mr ...

Published: Saturday 13 March 1852
Newspaper: Leeds Intelligencer
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1664 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

FAT BULLOCKS

... petticoat was of white silk, trimmed with white tulle and white ribbons. Her Majesty wore round her head v.rc-aih composed of blackberries and diamonds. The diplomatic circle having been introduced, the following, amongst the numerous presentations, took place:—The ...

PROVINCIAL NEWS

... various fam, all of which will be fitted in the most elegant style. The Lawyers Durham.— Of verity i a days are plentiful as blackberries. Within some thirty miles we find no less than eight gentlemen of the long robe quitting their leg jj avocations, aud aspiring ...

Published: Saturday 24 April 1852
Newspaper: Yorkshire Gazette
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2266 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

FOREIGN MISCELLANY

... like ordinary children.” Lola Months. —The anecdotes current in the American paper!*,, about this danxetme, are plenty as blackberries in season. Here are few of them. The Boston Gazette describes an incident which lately took place that city. It appears ...

NOTES FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT

... to i- ton Maeaulay, who never effected any- * of can araent never will. Though there are «* the otj —almost as thick as blackberries, S not m , etro P OI1 t boroughs, we are told that g man of mark and likelihood amongst V if ° Said tne Morning Advertiser ...

Published: Saturday 19 June 1852
Newspaper: Yorkshire Gazette
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3136 | Page: 4, 5 | Tags: none