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... suddenly, after oatiug a quuntity of blackberries. He vontied violently after oaitimg thorn, and ;be medical evidence went to show that dei.th was due to convulsios conosequent upon diarrhila naulsed by eating the blackberries. ?? datli is announced of Mr. George ...

Poetry

... forget The least or thy sweet trifles I The window vines that clamber yet, Whose bloom the bee still rifles I The roadside blackberries growing ripe, And in the woods the Indian-pipe? Happy the man who fills his field, Content with rustic labour I Earth does ...

FASHIONS FOR FEBRUARY

... with black lace. The front has a half wreath of brown heath, and velvet leaves; in the inside the same flowers mixed with blackberries. Blond cap and green satin strings. A felt-coloured velvet bonnet had the curtain of blue velvet and white lace ; a torsade ...

HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES

... remind any readers that it is very whlolesome, and in cases of dysentery L is most valuable. When you have procured enough blackberries for present table use make syrup, jelly, and jam for the rest. Encourage children in the country to pick them, for in doing ...

Literary Selections

... SMALL PHsILosorEsas.-The world is full of small philosophers, ready at a moment's notice to give you reasons as plenty as blackberries for anything whatever. They as a general thing believe that the changes of the moon have an important influence upon the ...

LITERARY EXTRACTS

... consequently, could never cultivate their hedge-sides properly, and were forced to be content is with soles, and hips, and blackberries, and anything else that came handy and by the grace of nature ; never able re to raise a bushel of grain for harvest-time ...

VARIETIES

... to be a moighty flue dinner here this evening. Tormmy is fond of sugar, and asked his moother for scone to eat with his blackberries. She refused. He ap. pearen resigned, but added gravely, 1You know, mamnma, 'whatbhappened round the corner? There was ...

LITERARY SELECTIONS

... stream of life as has been flowing to him through the eyes. There are eyes which give no more admission into them than blackberries; others are liquid and deep wells that men might fall into ; and others are oppressive and devouring, and take too much ...

THE HARRIS INSTITUTE

... from Our' oral plants and th-on iher a, shreet exaem' ,pivyngbtprnits op towhiche' rnatnaiut is consirt acted, A branch of blackberries and lung gra~ssfort aio tsnltjoct Ot tle livo aomour betu 0f wui'lich are excesl tautly treated by Mic. Fairciough tend ...

LITERARY SELECTIONS

... and there are h ldyt, mulitues of bad teachers. Pedantic pedagogues, of in 'sthe Dlr.B~limber cass re As plentiful as blackberries, and ho the mill~horo system of education is still in vogue. Over, a crammed students rarely tarn out well, while those ...

LOCAL LITERATURE IN THE LAST CENTURY

... The Farmesr. . The Lark' eshrill niote. e, 6. Platos advice. 7. Old Boreas. ?? When the rosy b morn appearing. 9. Betty Blackberry.l Onsomeofithe ,y title pages there appears, after the impriot, l Preston5. printed by B. Sergent, in the Market plaoe; ...

ETHEL GREY

... many c more. The tiling's plain enough to my alaucy ; the heath's swarming with game pheasants is more c plentiful thant blackberries-leastwise they used to t be then, wheo I 'were keeper. 1 Oh, you were keepor theu? Yes, he replied quickly; ha'ye ...