HOUSE OF REFUGE FOR SOUTH WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE

... earnest in their expressed desire that it should pass. The amendments of which notice has been given, are as plentiful as blackberries in autumn, and as each, in turn, must give rise to long and animated discussion, there is no saying when the Bill could ...

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... the police sa- tisfied themselves that no burglary had been com- mitted, and if money lost (for purses of gold are not blackberries even in Tredegar), it must have been in the family. Why the loss of a few hen s or ducks is classed under the head of daring ...

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... of Somerset) and Captain Scott, between whom Colonel Peard interfered to pre- vent a duel. Challenges were plentiful as blackberries, and the latest account was that Captain Scott had been waylaid and beaten by Captain Sarsfield, for refusing to fight ...

TENBY

... being Mayor at tne time. It is curious to remark that the surnames of Thomas, Davies, and Smith (names now as thick as blackberries in September) only occur in the list once each. While we find others certainly uncommon at all events in the town of Tenby ...

Published: Wednesday 13 February 1861
Newspaper: Potter's Electric News
County: Pembrokeshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 1440 | Page: 2 | Tags: News 

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... of the melancholy accident. The boy stated that as they were walking along the hedge, the deceased attempted to reach a blackberry with the butt end of the gun, having the muzzle towards his chest, and that before he could caution him as to the danger ...

Published: Wednesday 21 August 1861
Newspaper: Potter's Electric News
County: Pembrokeshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 357 | Page: 3 | Tags: News 

Facetiae

... last January boasted that gold Iv stvai as plentiful there as blackberripis. The 'editor forgot ' to tell how abundant blackberries Ar'e in' New Orleans ianI mnidwinter. ' - ' ' cet -IMPBATIALITY.- This is a very impartial country fol ujstice, said ...

Published: Saturday 07 September 1861
Newspaper: North Wales Chronicle
County: Caernarfonshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 1143 | Page: 12 | Tags: News 

Facetiae

... A New Orleansi paper of 'lest Sanuary' boasted that, gold psur was as plentiful there as blackberries'. The editor forgot' and to tell how abunmdant blackberries ara in Nesy Orlrans in Spai midwinter. ' Ni IMP~ARTIALITY - This is a very impartial ~country ...

Published: Saturday 07 September 1861
Newspaper: North Wales Chronicle
County: Caernarfonshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 1804 | Page: 6 | Tags: News 

LONDIN'S VISIT TO WALES

... that John Evans, Aberdare, had, on the 31st August, wilfully broke three fences and trampled the grass, when in search of blackberries. Defendant was ordered to pay the damage, Is., and costs. ...

Published: Friday 20 September 1861
Newspaper: Cardiff Times
County: Glamorgan, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 594 | Page: 6 | Tags: News 

- DISTRICT NEWS

... and laboured hard throughout the day to effectuate the same. Hares were not very plentiful, but dogs were as thick as blackberries. Some few good courses were, however, obtained, although poor puss had but very little start given in most instances. tight ...