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GOSSIP WITH THE CHILDREN

... of ?? especial I gift to man, and for which we wero assembled to E return our grateful thtnks in praise and prayer. The t blackberry harvest has been a wonderful one indeed. The fruit is as large as mulberries, and so sweet and luscious. Oh I if our poor ...

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 ...

AUTUMN EXHIBITION OF PICTURES

... `?naresborcu-h asatle. (J4)hn Finnie), £53; 638, F rimnlas (MissL 669, Tnt Fading Year (Miss Ada Bell), £t; 672, :Blackberry Bilossomn (Miss S. Leighton), £4 4s. ' 688, A Hei'd (Miss B. Coleman), £4 4o.; 708, West Loch, Tarbert (J. 0. Long) ...

THE CHRISTMAS PANTOMIME AT THE QUEEN'S THEATRE

... publiz. &he OHaw' Perch has been pencilled' with, ?? and is'appropriate to the o penn or- the Hfawk's stor while theI Blackberry Del th 'VW aly of the Blooming Macbaias ' and the 1 Cottg ?? of ~Single Shoe,l have all th riticeclence ef 'natural ...

THE THEATRES

... acting keepsishe audience revelling insmerri. mnent from the rise of the curtain to its fall, Turned Up is preceded by Blackberries, a clever and diverting farce in one act, by the same author. At the Rotunda Theatre Mr. Edward Compton and his company ...

COUNTRY LIFE

... unon differently d from that earned by steady-going labour on the field or farm. In their season he gathers cresses and blackberries, the embrowned nuts constituting an autumn in themselves. Snipe and woodcock which r come to the marshy meadows in severe ...

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 ...

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 ...

GOSSIP OF THE LABOUR WORLD

... tile suiggestion f have made a trial. Labou)tr magi-strattes, especially inl 'lancas-hiiie, will scm) be as Plentiful as blackberries in autnumn. 'Init auddition to dir. David olmitles, of Thtncy ilusO II appointment litas given univ-rgal eati~iac.tion ...

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 ...