THE LITERARY EXAMINER

... Shall meet, and take thee by the handI But serve him not as who obeys: He is thy slave if thou command: And blossoms on the blackberry-stalks He shall enchant as thou dost pass, Till they drop gold upon thy walks, And diamonds in the dewy grass. Such largess ...

THORNBURY HORTICULTURAL SHOW

... Underbill contributed a basket ingeniously and beautifully ornamented with mess and berries, and containing crab-apples. nuts, blackberries, dewberries, elderberries, sloes, and other wild fruits; another very pretty basket of wild fruit was exhibited by Elizabeth ...

LOCAL LITERATURE IN THE LAST CENTURY

... The Farmesr. . The Lark' eshrill niote. e, 6. Platos advice. 7. Old Boreas. ?? When the rosy b morn appearing. 9. Betty Blackberry.l Onsomeofithe ,y title pages there appears, after the impriot, l Preston5. printed by B. Sergent, in the Market plaoe; ...

HUMOROUS GATHERINGS

... the ?arity of true freedship, -lt this must, be a gloomy lih&oh4mayi nature, for sicerefriends, if not Ys plentifal is blackberries, are at least s. nnmerous aS n'wspapers.' pntif toto expereneeo, all readers of 'iiei public jouru'la..-,eitker,.dailor ...

POETRY

... school, in their leafy retreat, The wild birds sit listening the drops round them beat; And the boy crouches close to the blackberry wall. The swallows alone take the storm on their wing, And, taunting the tree-sheltered labourers, sing. Like pebbles the ...

NOTES OF THE CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES

... the Cruel Uscte, a subject by no means new to the sphere of Pantomime, but here treated after a novel manner. The scene of Blackberry Grove, where the wood nymphs appear, and where the wild mani shuts up tile fairy of the forest in the trunk ol a large oak ...

Published: Sunday 21 December 1856
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 3830 | Page: 11 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

THE DRAMA, MUSIC, ETC

... thoughtitbest~to ~lavethe children..behi'nd m h in tbe wood, wbich 'he did, where theya Ideiredup -andd down, living only on blackberries,, until they died of fatigue and 'hunger, under a tree and in each other's areas.; upon. which a di'ght Of robins, that ...

HOLIDAY AMUSEMENTS

... take away the childena Ad mrde tem A Ithis period of the story a number of wood nymphs are in- troduced gathering blackberries in a blackberry brake. This is one of the most exquisite scenes in the whole panto- mime. Independently of its wonderful colouring ...

THE CHRISTMAS PANTOMIMES

... best of to leave tics children behind him in the wood, welich lie dlid, whcere they wandered up and down, living only ott blackberries, until they died of fatigue and hcunger, unuder a tree, and in each other's arms, espois wtlich a flight of fo robites ...

THE THEATRICAL AND MUSICAL EXAMINER

... care is taken not to lose the beauty of the story in burlesquing it. The stcenery by Mr Callcott is exceedingly good; the Blackberry Brake is quite equal in beauty to MIr Bever- ley's Mistletoo Home, and the Transformation scene, in which is shown ...

THE PANTOMIMES AND THEIR Progress

... one for the children, exhibits Mr. Callcott's talents as a scenic artist in a prominent light, and the autumnal view of Blackberry Brake is one of those landscapes that the eye loves to linger on. The Caslsuies are very graceful dancers; Milano is brisk ...

Published: Sunday 04 January 1857
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 3135 | Page: 11 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

LITERARY MISCELLANEA

... be as drunk as a lord-expressed the popular notion of human felicity; but, since uncrowned kings have become commnon as blackberries, and attempts at assassi- nation have ceased to be a nine days' ionder, street boys and girls; of all ages, have adopted ...