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THEATRICALS, ETC

... far uper ior to any of its predecessor The piece commences at the period when Mloses is despatched to sell the old mare Blackberry, and returns the dupe f ?? and o possessor of a gross of green spectanles in sha- green cases. The duties of Sir Williva ...

THEATRICAL CHIT-CHAT

... if we may believe the last accounts, was already the heroine of the day. Son- nets and serenades were as plentiful as blackberries. The celebrated Spontini, the author of La Vestale and Fernand Cortez, has lately died, at Jesi, his native place ...

LIST OF EXHIBITORS IN THE CRYSTAL PALACE

... Middleton and Answorth, Norwich. Four figured poplins, the pattern of which is formed by a combination of the wild rose, the blackberry, and. the fern leaf. They were wrought by a 1,200 Jacquard[ engine, with 6,200 cards, so as to produce three distinct colours ...

THEATRES, &c

... difficulty attending it. But supposing that such productions as he requires were plentiful here as they are in France-thick as blackberries, which is by no means the case, how many actors and'actresses have we capable of dashing off a comic character to perfection ...

Published: Sunday 18 May 1851
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 2746 | Page: 10 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

LITERATURE

... is one whose bite is mortal), gambling, drinking, ague, fever, starvation, nrid' a thousand other liabilities thick as blackberries there- when you calculate the hardship of incessant toil and wet beds, with bad fare-whenyouaddtothesedangers and miseries ...

Published: Sunday 12 October 1851
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 3789 | Page: 10, 11 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

FINE ARTS

... ew'reiJi *d il sutbjects, nd D. Harding - i magnificent 'wisLndccap- (100), painted with great care and vigour. - The Blackberry Gatherers -of Collins (106), is one of that artist's sweete'st pictures,; and not far from it is suspended a noble Welch ...

A YOUNG TRAVELLER'S AMERICAN TOUR

... roses, teeming with insects of every size and colour. We hardly moved a step without being caught by the broken branches of blackberry or raspberry-bushes, which hung or lay across the path, loaded with their delicious fruit. I am sure the lakes of red juice ...

THE THEATRES

... Tom, like a black fever, will no doubt attack all the playhouses, and little Topsys'-of any size and weight-be thick as blackberries. DEATH OF MRS. MACREADY.-It is with great re- gret, we announce the demise of this amiable lady, on the 18th inst. She ...

FINE ARTS

... appreciated in the summer, as a dessert at the Academy teast; and in the same class W. Hunt has some marvellously tempting blackberries and plums. T. Uwins astonishes with twoor three little pieces-specimen bricks of the edifice he raised else- where; and ...

THE SCRAP-BOOK COLUMN

... murmnre~e oo, in their leafy retreat, The wild birds sib listening the drops round them beat And the boy crouhes dlos to the blackberry wall. The swa~ows alone take the torm en their wag And, tsuntlng the trsobeltredi labonrers, sinkg. Like pebbles the yam ...

LITERARY MISCELLANEA

... arrive in the very nick of time; hut the besrieo taper tir a enoetloers at tbe close of the year. The plain and heatthful blackberry is sitscceedetd by the whottleberry, the Voroort of fruits. pet, in the meantime. the larger kinds come In le .adapt teeamselvoc ...