DEVIZES CORN MARKET

... amenable for actual distress, and _ that abolition or suspense wa& not the remedy. Reasons, his lordship said, were thick as blackberries for free trade, that .to put up with the present, and place hope only in the future, was his Lordship advice. certainly ...

WINTER

... may seem instrument convenient nonet) when inserted into a saucer or syrup, applied to the broken •urf ice of an over-ripe blackberry, but often see our sipper of swe -I# quite bnsy on solid lump of sugar, which shall find on cluS3 inspection growing small ...

Part tiik: Tin ho

... clamour. In fact there some show reason the pronencss of Free traders resort stones arguments ; for it not “as plentiful blackberries,’' they are at all events more abundant than any arguments which the Free traders will be able pick up in defence their ...

Published: Thursday 11 April 1850
Newspaper: Dorset County Chronicle
County: Dorset, England
Type: Article | Words: 4609 | Page: 3, 4 | Tags: none

DOW GLAD I SHALL.9II.Iy.HEN THE CUCKOO IS

... different, and the leaf also. • The fruit I. mom the honeyerickle seed than anything else; the flower le ray like the common blackberry. and the leaf like that of a will meadow-plant, the or lady's mantle. Ile long Riling mob run through the peat-moo and et ...

Published: Saturday 11 May 1850
Newspaper: Gloucestershire Chronicle
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 6938 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

THE HOUSE FLY

... may seem an instrument convenient enough when inserted into a of syrup, or applied to the broken surface of an over ripe blackberry, but we often see our sipper of sweets quite as busy on solid lump of sugar, which shall tind,ou close inspection, growing ...

Published: Saturday 15 June 1850
Newspaper: Bristol Times and Mirror
County: Bristol, England
Type: Article | Words: 1657 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

DISTRICT NEWS

... He did not charge me with running oilier men. Spiller then came in over the hedge, and told him she had been picking blackberries. He said, dare say you have come for the purpose of listening. young man named Thomas Holmes lived in the house. I never ...

Published: Saturday 28 September 1850
Newspaper: Exeter and Plymouth Gazette
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 10624 | Page: 7, 8 | Tags: none

LITERATURE

... around them, like well-drilled rows of charity cbildren out for a holiday walk; sud the grapes too, meorb plentiful than blackberries, hawked ia tbe streets and. old by the cwt. at a less' price than soap or sugar; not to mention peaches plucked for the ...

POSTSCRIPT

... to be followed in the course of next week. Addresses to the Queen and to the Bishop of the Diocese are as plentiful as blackberries in autumn. Every church porch has its table, and the people crowd around before the commencement and at the end of each ...

Published: Saturday 16 November 1850
Newspaper: Exeter and Plymouth Gazette
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 1144 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

SONNETS. TEIONMOUTH, SOUTH DEVON, Lovely is Teigmnoutli, with its sea-washed coast, Receding line of cliffs, ..

... their wild spells on thee ? Teignmoulh is lovely ; o’er the inland hills Are lany walks, midst whose exuberant hedges Ripe blackberries now hang out their luscious pie g Of Nature’s bounty. There the schoolboy nils His cap with wholesome fruit; and there ...

BRISTOL TIMES, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1850

... transpired. Benevolence.” —The children of one Sunday School have sent to onr office, for the Editor acceptance, a bottle of blackberry wine, and the children of another large pUtw-eake. \Ve accept the offerings with thanks. Both lay our table, and shall shared ...

Published: Saturday 28 December 1850
Newspaper: Bristol Times and Mirror
County: Bristol, England
Type: Article | Words: 4952 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

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... spelling books, catechisms. &c. They were quite rejoiced when they came to hand, .sow what return shall make? Go and pick some blackberries, and governess make a jar of wine, and if, Mr. hdilor, you will accept bottle of it you are heartily welcome. 1 bey leU ...

Published: Saturday 28 December 1850
Newspaper: Bristol Times and Mirror
County: Bristol, England
Type: Article | Words: 1883 | Page: 6 | Tags: none