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THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

... to see our letters in the paper. Gladys and I l went out for a walk two days ago, and we came home 3with a nice lot of blackberries, which we had for dinner . to-day. We have three large woods near here, and in b one of therir there are some ruins where ...

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; ...

THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

... everywhere, with, of course, harebells, foxgloves, and the handsome yellow field matguerites. This is a splendid place for blackberries, and for those little berries which grow near the ground, the juice of which is supposed to have been 1 the ancient Briton's ...

THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

... neighbour, Percy Gately. We wett -to the end of a 6very long lane. The birds were singing, the cows ,gwere mooing, and the blackberries were rips. When we came to the -end of the lanle we came to a~stile. ,j We had to climb over, and then 'we came to a bridge ...

THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

... splendid. When we Po, ihad got out of Douglas we drove int9 a lane which wasaP Lcovered On either side with wildflowers and blackberry Tro,' bushes. At the end of this was a brook, ~nd little Po children were fishing with a stick and someo Iltring, and Poi ...

THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

... myself with saying that we iqpent R very pleasant summer holiday. KERNELS OF NUTS GIVN SEPTEMBER 22. 1, Departmont I 2, Blackberry; 3, H 4, C 5, B POT TOU ARE ALLOW TEMPT SWAR31 aOLTDAY COMRADE BRAAMBLE ADDER PRATE SARLE MAY ADD A}E Y B E NUTS TO CRACK ...

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 ...

MAGAZINES FOR THE MONTH

... upon di d nsr'-pitneuo whic thY exist even to: the c d: ,pesent'dny;-- Dutch barons ;and herrs are as plentiful as et L- blackberries at' Coebfin. yond~e'r ILsnl'y ntle'man f sec o0 ~t~les, with -thegbcoad brimm~edI .tile! a'nd'gr~einnecklercrhieef, 'fe ...

CREAM OF CURRENT LITERATURE

... coastgaurd for a period yof 2; years, they vill receive as much as 6s. per day; nd but these appointments are ''arce as blackberries in June. It must be admitted'that ithe pay of these guardians of bur rock-bound 'oasts is not excessive, even when t the ...

Literary Extracts

... life..had been as short. as theirs,' they would have totall mim ut of diefeate'd ui'mts nh'e comphtitiOn' fr nuts and ripe blackberries. ithe our I.Tcan hil et bi'irvgti ttmn ;-Iti think, r thde~ in a life of twenty years, the efforts of the human mind' m'c ...