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WIT AND HUMOUR

... MNIMPORTE.- Host That's right ; help yourself: Guest: Thankee, I haven't tasted such a glass of port since the great blackberry season of 1824. Tu QVoQUE.-Town Belle: The ball was awfully slow last night, the men could think of nothing but their ...

ART, LITERATURE, AND SCIENCE

... was supplied by the B&ck-the little trout stream besides which the. discharged forges had supped on self-denial aln ?? on blackberries and water during Joh Joyee'h reign. 0f ?? Wood, Mlorde Copse, and Fox Wood, no- thing need be paid at all. It is more ...

Literary Extracts

... by Sterne, by Walter Scott, by Thomas Hughes in Tom Brown, and by many other British writers of recog- nised position. Blackberry, as to which Air Bartlett says that this term is universally used in the United States for the English brambleberry, has ...

THEBERTRAM BARONETCY:

... a rainy season. On the morning of one of those days Dale's second daughter, Maggie, a little girl of fourteen went out blackberrying in the neighbourhood of Hawdon. There was not much of the delicious wild fruit to get, for the season was getting rather ...

IF

... lift from tho bull there. ' is delightful to range the woods when they chauge, AtiLd the nuts get ripur and riper, And blackberries sweet invito you to eat, -If you don't get a bite from a viper. It's clarming to float with tho tide, in your boat, When ...

JONATHAN HARTOP, ESQ., OR, THE YORKSHIRE NESTOR

... have taken leave of your senses. Let me tell you, mistress, that such suitors es Master Clifton are not as plentiful as blackberries. Be bath had recently, as you know, a fine estate left him in Yorkshire, and a good rent-roll is of more worth, as you'll ...

JONATHAN HARTOP, ESQ., OR, THE YORKSHIRE NESTOR

... determined to tell him all to-day. him Mighty fine, truly, growled the Alderman; but husbands are not so plentiful as blackberries on a hedge, I Mistress, though you seem to be of that mind.' I ?? pay me no more compliments now, sir, sajd Joan, I with ...

MARCH MAGAZINE LITERATURE

... interesting r Gleanings from the Public Records, are given DI. H. D Hewlett, who says- * d Recipes are as plentiful as blackberries in an autumn lane;t and it would seem that the scribes and accountants of three hundred years ago had nothing better to ...

CCQUETDALE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

... was a good entry, Mr J, NV. Anuett of Togstone, winning with his beautifully shaped eleven yeas old, by Stockton out of Blackberry. Mr F. C. McCabe was a good second with a brown mare, by Marquess, and Mr T. H. Jobling getting an h c for Young Bella. ...

HIS DEAREST WISH: A NOVEL

... regard to herself. She is becoming quite a celebrated toast, like I was. Then I say suitors must be as plentiful as blackberries, replied Mr flog. So, so, Miss Winnie, he added, laugh- ing, we may expert Ae hear that you are making the whole county ...

MAD JACK HALL OF OTTERBURN

... uttering a preliminary clucking, addressed to her offspring, withdrew with them to the friendly shade of the hedge, where the blackberries, already ripening, clustered in purple bunches amongst the dark green leaves, Far below, beneath the sunlit nastures and ...

MAD JACK HALL OF OTTERBURN

... himself to General Forster. Aye, WVogan? Well, he'll be mighty acceptable, seeing that our recruits are not as plentiful as blackberries. What is his name? Mlr John Hall of Otterbarn. John Hall, repeated Forster, with a look of slight dis- apppointment; ...