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MISCELLANEOUS

... might seem instrument convenient enough when inserted into a or syrup, or applied to the broken surface of an over-ripe blackberry, but often see our of sweets quite busy a solid lump sugar, which wo shaU find on close inspection growing ■ small degrees ...

Published: Saturday 02 February 1850
Newspaper: Leeds Intelligencer
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4873 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

THE CONDITION OF ENGLAND QUESTION

... christening their children after the hero of the li minute. Thus, Da generation or so back, Henry re Hunts were as common as blackberries-a crop of hi leareus O'Connors replaced them-and latterly I' they have a few green sprouts labelled Ernest Jones. tb A ...

THE CONDITION OF ENGLAND QUESTION

... their children' after th~e horo 'of the thn )minute. ThUs, a generation or so' back, Henry .ret Honts Were as common as . blackberries-wa crop of 'ha, Feargus 'O'Consnors replaced them-and. latterly. -I'd they tave a few green sprouts labelled Ernest Jones ...

LOCAL & DISTRICT NEWS

... acting as bond expecting similar accommodation wben it bis turn to bid and buy. Pur le understood these clubs are aa thick blackberries, two and even three being sometimes held at one house ; the members by turn assuming tbe character of borrower and surety ...

Published: Saturday 25 May 1850
Newspaper: Leeds Intelligencer
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 8708 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

THE LONDON STREET MARKETS ON A SATURDAY NIGHT

... with his barrow. Tne gay stalls have been replaced by deal boards, some sodden with wet fish, others stained purple with blackberries, or brown with walnut-peel; and the bright lamps are almost totally superseded by the dim, guttering candle. Even if the ...

Published: Saturday 04 January 1851
Newspaper: Leeds Times
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1444 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

FOREIGN NEWS

... and, if we may believe the hist accounts, was already the heroine of the day. Sonnets and serenades were as plentiful as blackberries. The season at Washington is unusually gay. The British minister and lady are remarked for their generous hospitality. ...

Published: Saturday 08 February 1851
Newspaper: Leeds Times
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1989 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

Reviews

... paths ; how many violets I have picked there in March-how many lilies of the valley in May ! l1 How many strawberries, blackberries, and filberts G, I have eaten ; how many butterflies ani lizzards I d have pursued and caught; how many nests I have discovered ...

Reviews

... ; how many violets I have picked there y- in March-how many lilies of the valley in May I 'ert How many strawberries, blackberries, and filberts I have eaten ; how many butterflies and lizzards I n a have pursued and caught; how many nests I have of ...

LOCAL AND OTHER NEWS

... to produce a coup d'ceil perhaps unequalled in tbe previous annals of Holmfirth feast. Lads and lasses were plentiful as blackberries. The gay habiliments of the latter seemed irresistibly seductive, and a pair of twos seemed to follow, as pre-arranged ...

Published: Saturday 14 June 1851
Newspaper: Leeds Intelligencer
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 5779 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

MISCELLANEOUS

... towards laying the foundation of it. Many to distant hojw and reject a progressive certainty.— Parlour Maga- Life a field blackberry and raspberry bushes. Mean people squat down and pick the fruit, no matter how they black their lingers ; while genius, ...

Published: Saturday 14 June 1851
Newspaper: Leeds Intelligencer
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2556 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

ON THE MONOPOLY OF TERMS

... vindicate their order from such revol- in .te tionary proceedings? Then the £650 contri- , butions would be as profuse as blackberries in Co October ; such leaders, such sympathy, such in excitement would be then written and pro- duced ; and in after years ...

ON THE MONOPLY OF TERMS

... doing' to vindicate their order from such revolu- tionary proceedings ? Then the £600 contri- butious would be as profuse as blackberries in October ; -such leaders, such sympathy, such excitement would be then written and pro- duced ; and in after years, probably ...