... Temnplar. ROYAL DOWN CORPORATION MEETINGS. JULY. 23-Mr. Courten ay's Caprice (Lyncbl), beating Elenni, Allegrette, Portia, aud Blackberry. 25-0Mr. Courteaaay's Caprice (Lynch), beatiang Elemi, filly by Siamaora out of Xyrtle, Allegrettc, and Speculation. OCTOnREt ...

Published: Wednesday 13 November 1850
Newspaper: Freeman's Journal
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1472 | Page: 3 | Tags: Sports and Games 


... honour and notoriety, are preparing for many along pul and 3 strong pull. We shall have chal- lenges as plentiful as blackberries as soon as the great match for the championship is settled, but, of course, that engrosses too much of the pblic attention ...

Published: Sunday 04 May 1851
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1192 | Page: 6 | Tags: Sports and Games 


... been justdischarged. Thomas (iledhill, the unoonsious author of thse sad event, stated that, when returning home with his blackberries through Kiilburn- lane, he saw the gun in a hedge, when, without looking to see if it was loaded or not, never having handled ...


... Aloily's Il.:weia. Alit. Kitng's Iteginabesit Mrt. Gillett's Geiteral. lir. Doilie(tb's aitnissi1 laeat Iir. ltucksorotl's Blackberry. lily. Fysotai's Factotumn heat Mv. inlietdc', Doutald. SPANISH BANDITTI.-Ari act of' great andacity was lately, perpetratted ...


... Bashful beat JMr. Moody's Rawena, Mr. King's Regina beat Mr. Gillett's General, Mr. Dobede's Damson beat Mr. Buckworth's Blackberry, Mr. Fyson's Factotum beat Mr. Dobede's Donald. RLab I*tntgenct+ COURT OF BANKRUPTCY.-YESTEiDAY. BEFoEo MR. COWSMIS1S0NER ...


... Dutchmanbeat Mr. James's Whirlwind Mr. M'Kone's Wanota ?? Mr. James's Ned Hannigan Mr. R. S. Lindesay's Lysander ?? Mr. Whyte's Blackberry Mr. Foley's Lampighter ?? Mr. Whyte's Wire Flying Dutchman beat Lysander I Lamplighter beat Wanota lMr. M,'one's Flying ...

Published: Sunday 06 November 1853
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 714 | Page: 5 | Tags: Sports and Games 

YORK AUGUST MEETING.—THE Shadows of Coming Events

... additions and ludicrous exaggerations. (oad things ale, of course, rife, and among touts certain- ties are as plentiful as blackberries. The only certainty which cxists, however, seems to be the certainty of a great and im- portant meeting. The prospect, ...

Published: Sunday 20 August 1854
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 3878 | Page: 3 | Tags: Sports and Games 


... hold hard, i el no efrtot in prer nrting. In coIO uslon pmritic me to intorm you thlnt 'eroppers were at pilextitful as blackberries i but both you and the readerd of your exuelltut and traly popiulr newspaper will be plad to learn we had no occaslon for ...


... Sabrina. and won the stakes. The Piropp Cup AND Gossnw. Mr. Brigg'e Beeswing beat Mr. J. Farnell's Firebrand Mr. Batt's Blackberry ?? Mr. Begbie'sBaxom Mr. B. Long's Liddington ?? Mr. Hunt's Betsey Moonlight Mr. R. Long's Lemonade ?? Mr. C. Farnell's ...

Published: Sunday 16 December 1855
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1492 | Page: 4 | Tags: Sports and Games 


... prin. eli cipalisaca were eves'. Divisiosial generals, brigadiess, colonels, ansI W D~ otaff-ofleiers, were ' plenty as blackberri'is; and, tsoligis thre only ?? S ?? of the fair sex was Mrs. Seacole, who presided over a sorely in% ested test fish of ...

Published: Wednesday 26 December 1855
Newspaper: Derby Mercury
County: Derbyshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1521 | Page: 7 | Tags: Sports and Games 


... won the cup. The WSLLINGTON STAKES; all ages. 3ir. Batt's Blackberry beat Mr. J. Bird's Buttermilk Dir. NV. Long's Sophia ?? Mr. Saxton's Sussex DIr. IV. Long's Sophia beat Mr. Batt's Blackberry, and won the stakes. PEDIGREES OF TilE WINNERS. DAVID, by ...

Published: Sunday 14 December 1856
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1685 | Page: 13 | Tags: Sports and Games 


... ance ! It were worth more than a now pleasure was to the Persian. Other periods happen when grievances are as plentiful as blackberries; when a man finds them out without leaving his fireside; when he stumbles over them as he walks abroad; when he sees them ...