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THE ROMISH CHURCH AND THE Religious Robbery System

... him the last rites of the Church he was deluded to endow! From what we can gather, such cases will be found plentiful as blackberries at Michaelmas. The conduct of the Romish Priest- hood throughout the land (hitherto well concealed) will soon have the ...

Published: Sunday 30 March 1851
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1544 | Page: 8 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

THE TRUCK SYSTEM

... the entrance of Jews into Parliament I In a country where Bibles are as plentiful, and apparently of as little value as blackberries, and where parsons are as numerous, and from their false and hypo- critical pretensions as offensive to the eye as black ...

THE MURDER AT DAVENTRY

... o'clock, and lie noticed that her gown ieas torn out at the gathers. She remarked that sile had done it while gathering blackberries. Hadland was ti the way when a labourer named Letts came anid informed her ortat her mother-in-law was dead, and had been ...

THE POLICE COURTS

... whichhe has requested may be acknowledged by the press. CLE;RK3ENWELL. Wailoiosn Wotbord a , aged 17, was charged by Miriam Blackberry, aged 17, with having stolen a fustian dress. The prosecuor is a workiag and friendless boy, ledging at No. 60, Golden-lane ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... manifested towards her. DESTITUrTON -On Tuesday. William WationgOtgh, aeed 17, a well-lookiag youth. was charged by Willi-am Blackberry, aged 17, with having stolen a fustison dress. It appeared from the evidence of the presecitor, that he was a working and ...

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE

... plsee and went to her father's, where she resided until the 20th, on which day she went out about nine o'clock, to gather blackberries, but not returning for some time, her mother sent out into the fields for her father, in order that be might go and search ...

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE

... eoffence was principally proved by the evidence of a younger brother, who stated that they were out together looking for blackberries, when the prisoner asked if the rick in question would burn, if a light was put to it. The little Ibrother said he should ...

SPRING ASSIZES

... place and went to her father's, where she resided until the 20th, on which day she went out about nine o'clock, to gather blackberries, but not re- turning for some time, her mother sent into the fields for her father, in order that he might go and search ...

MURDER AT SHEFFIELD

... the valley is erough broken ground, in which blackberry and other bushes abound. The fields have high blackthorn hedges, and in the case of the field we shall have to refer to, e called Blackbank, the blackberry wires lave been al- 'h lowed to grow ever ...

HORRIBLE MURDER AT SHEFFIELD

... OREUIBLE MURDEA AT SHEFFIELD. On Friday evening,, the 3rd instant, about half-past seven, two obildren, who were gathering blackberries in a hedge- bottom at Baetbank, about a mile and a half to the south-east of Sheffield, discovered the dead body of a man ...

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE

... boy named George Ranton and another named Joe Dixon were in a field called Apple. yard'a field, near Sheffield, gathering blackberries, and they found a man in a hedge bottom quite dead. They obtained the assistance of a man named Somerset, who was working ...

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE

... Sen- tember last, a little boy named George Rienton asid another named Joe Dixon were in a field near Sheffield, gathering blackberries, and they found a man in a hedg-ebottoim, quite dead. They obtained the assistance of a man named Somerset, who was working ...

Published: Saturday 25 December 1852
Newspaper: The Examiner
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 4471 | Page: 10, 11 | Tags: Crime and Punishment