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... With a few blackberries in it to convince him it was what he did not care for. On the contrary he did care, and ate up every one, and then whined end looked in my face very hard, and enforecd it with a stamp of the paw, wanting more blackberries, askifng ...

EXTRACTS FROM THE COMIC PAPERS

... with in light comedies. To ask for a heaviness in any tragic English actor, appears to us _ like asking for blackness in a blackberry, or sweetness -- in a sugar-plum. But perhaps this heavy man may be wanted to give weight to the characters he personates ...

YORKSHIRE ART EXHIBITION

... the brush with such de- light as a child might have in daubing paint about. The e Proving of the Pattern (273), and Blackberry r Gatherers (2S3-F. W. Topham), possess great beauty, 1 both of colour and grouping. The first contains sonic i of the ...

FASHIONS FOR OCTOBER

... bonnets these are placed, tl en panache, curving gracefully, and haven most distilgaul Si appeara llce. Fiuits, especially blackberries, of all shadess, tl are much worn ; the little grains that enliven the hessges I p and fancy grasses are also greatly in ...

PARCEL POST REGULATIONS

... s:ime way as poultry, in a fret-n ' and dry state. Otheiwise. game should be enclosed iin box. Tin always used for damsons, blackberries, etc., which are largely sent by Paivel Post at this time of the year. Chry should invariably enclosed in a bos of basket ...

THE GUILDHALL FRUIT SHOW

... bearing on fruit as food, and on bottling Bntish fruit, to all sending a stamped and addressed wrapper, Oar abundant crop of blackberries makes the present a very suitable time to test the merits of the suggestions therein afforded. Woodlands, Vauburgh Hill ...

THE LEEDS FINE ART GALLERY

... Josephs. Coming now to the pictorial exhibits, members and associates of the Royal Academy are almost as plentiful as blackberries. The exhibition is rich in English act, '4ud only one eallery is occupied with works of Contirental masters. It is only ...

EXHIBITION OF DRAWINGS AT THE LEEDS SCHOOL OF ART

... Ikettlewell, also' possess considem-able merit. Two landscape studies by N-isa Mar- galet Selby ; drawings of bratiles and blackberries by C. Gilbert and T. Al. Townsley and of a thistle leaf, by W. CIaister, are well execated, and carefully finished. Severat ...

THE WOMEN'S INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION AT BRISTOL

... Associatiou from Qtleen's County send some novel designs in embroiuery, toilet worked in grape pattern, sacs de ntca in blackberry ard other designs, mats, &c. The Tea-room is entirely devoted to portraits of eminent women, including those of Elizabeth ...

WIT AND HUMOUR

... is always bad for the pitcher. Tbe man who pays more for shop rent than for adver. sic don't understand his business. The blackberry is so named because it is blue, in order 0 distinguish it from the blueberry which is blacks. If you have a pretty daughter ...

LEEDS AND THE EXHIBITION OF 1862

... FRUIT OF THE YEAR.-It this neighbour- fI boot, however it may be elsewhrere, wild fruit, such as fr-i r hws, hips, and blackberries, are this year uncommonly th I scarce. On high hawthorn hedge-rows, which in fonner- su. I years were ,white with blossonm ...

FASHIONS FOR JUNE

... or spray Of fioweta is Placetl at the side. Tlhese hats are belf-shaped. 'with very little brim, Clusters of cherries, blackberries. and other fruits ate also fashionable upon hats. Bat the most elegant, as well as mosk expensive ornament, is th e palme ...