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... about two o'clock in the afternoon of the above-named day, and took his way, it is supposed, towards the river In search of blackberries. His parents, missing his presence at tea, went round the village in search of him, but failed to see or to hear any account ...

A QUEER BED-FELLOW FOR A CHRISTMAS. EVE

... fire-place, and, while the yule-log blazed bright and cheerily, told Christmas stories, in which ghosts were as plentiful as blackberries. III one tale that was then told, the hpro belonged to a family in which insanity was hereditary (and as is commonly the ...

LETTER FROM AN EMIGRANT ON BOARD THE DIXAPORE

... melons, &c.: but this is just the end of winter here, so that we saw no kind of fruit, except what was unripe, and a few blackberries, just like what we have in England. There are about 15J people on the island, includ- ing several blacks, a governor, parson ...

Published: Friday 10 December 1852
Newspaper: Monmouthshire Merlin
County: Monmouthshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 3909 | Page: 2 | Tags: News 

THE LAND OF BLACKBERRIES

... whither we went from Stepney at eight years of age Blackberrying. We knew almost every dell, and cover, and tangled copse, and from any path could lead you direct to the richest garden of blackberries. We knew the haunts of Hornsey, and Finchley, and ...

Published: Friday 12 August 1853
Newspaper: Monmouthshire Merlin
County: Monmouthshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 414 | Page: 2 | Tags: News 

* LITERATURE

... indifferent about his attentions! Little Dick Morley, the wheelwright's son, was always ready to help us catch the pony, or go blackberrying with us, and what did we want more ? Tom was boasting one day of how many times he had danced with the above- named lady ...

Published: Friday 19 August 1853
Newspaper: Monmouthshire Merlin
County: Monmouthshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 2420 | Page: 2 | Tags: News 

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... rarity of true friendship, but this must be a gloomy libel on human nature, for sincere friends, if not as plentiful as blackberries, are at least as numerous as newspapers. We put it to the experience of all readers of the public journals—either daily ...

Published: Saturday 15 March 1856
Newspaper: Usk Observer
County: Monmouthshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 610 | Page: 4 | Tags: News 

TOWN TALK

... table in character—not destitute of talent, adapted for real usefulness and permanent popularity, are now plentiful as blackberries. Under these circum- stances it is amusing to read the report of a meeting recently held in London, under the title of ...

Published: Saturday 17 May 1856
Newspaper: Usk Observer
County: Monmouthshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 1883 | Page: 2 | Tags: News