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 

Reviews

... avenue, but neither white farm house nor gay green shutters greeted his anxious sight. * # Marty a vow he made and many a blackberry he picked as he walked hither and thither, in every direction. The day wore on, the sun bad long passed the meridian, and ...

Reviews

... avenue, but neithder white fiirrn house nor gay green shutlers grceted his anxious sight. * * Many a vow 1 e made and many a blackberry he picked as h i walked hither and thither, in every direction. T Ihes day wore on; the sun had long passed the V a eridian ...

THE GREAT EXHIBITION

... Saturdity next. ?? ' Brbooniriim ?? transatlantic sect- wvhose professors within tle' last month have sprunl'g up as thick as:blackberries ii every part of the metropolis, and who have even spread their wraves of doctrine as far as rdinb'r ghl-appealing to the ...

OUR LIBRARY TABLE

... (Uit LIBR{ARY TABLE. Time was when the A nnuals'' were ' plentiful as blackberries, and when they were looked for, at this E season of the year, with an anxious anticipation of plea- F sure. Thilat day is gone; and nlow only two are kept of n the numerouts ...

Poetry

... the daisied knoll- The centre of a whining brood Brown as the hazels which they steal- A Gipsy beauty stood. Blacker than blackberries her eyes, And still not blacker than her hair, 'Which lolled in lazy flakes upon Her olive shoulders bare. Here were they ...

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 ...

Literary Extracts

... orchard-robbing, sclhool-misclhief, April fibl(s, holiday r::mbles, ::nd fra:tici dogs with kettles or erackers at their talliM Blackberries, at: iv:iws wve go, thle sullch i c is still bui itiin g tt::iong the trees, and at though t lie A ali-' grow%%s chill ...

Fashion and Varieties

... was of white silk, trimmed with white tulle and white ribbons. Her .1Majesty, wore round her head a wreith composed of blackberries and diamonds. Thie general levee was attended by aim imamuense number of tihe lmeeu momsde. The folloving, amongst others ...

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 ...

THE AUTUMN ROBIN

... flocking birds to slay: Yet shohld'st thou ?? the danger run, He turns the tube away. Tihe gipey boy, who seeks in glee Blackberries for a dainty meal, Laughs loud m~l first beholding thea, When called, so near his precunce steal. ?? surely thinks thou ...