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... France did before her first revolution. She has a swarm of nobility;— -counts being almost countless ; and barons rife as blackberries. The nobility are found in summer at watering-places, where they pass their time in smoking and gambling; and in winter ...

Published: Thursday 07 March 1850
Newspaper: Fife Herald
County: Fife, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 4126 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

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... ins ordinary talent. Btu( —This folly. now that It been proved ply, la becoming quite es nuisance. lectueers are rife on blackberries.tmt scarcely one of meets. mediocrity either in personal nppeannee.talent,orgooddsreedlng. the evening we hail a conjoint ...

Published: Thursday 27 November 1851
Newspaper: Fifeshire Journal
County: Fife, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 613 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

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... Forfarshirr, which Mantel' has obtained evidence to prove belong to batniehione. Those in clusters, and popularly known as blackberries, he believes to be the spawn of animals of the frog tribe; while other and larger ova, which occur singly or in pairs, ...

Published: Thursday 25 December 1851
Newspaper: Fifeshire Journal
County: Fife, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 1468 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

SPRINGFIELD HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY

... when we reflect on the line, healthy. and romantic sitar tion of our town, not to mention the facilities for obtaining blackberries' and • curd and that so few dealseets if our large cities should choose to as. In the words of the old ' they may gofeather ...

Published: Thursday 29 July 1852
Newspaper: Fifeshire Journal
County: Fife, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 1240 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

Spirit of the Press

... view of the matter, and straight picked up one Morgan, just as if good and safe men were plentiful in Shrewsbury as blackberries in the hedgerows, or as rogues in most places. The good and safe man was, however, cut short in his career of bribery ...

Published: Thursday 05 August 1852
Newspaper: Fife Herald
County: Fife, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 1213 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

FIFESHIRE JOURNAL, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1852

... remerks as follows:—The of this new pestilence continues as much in the dark as ever; meanwhile opinions are as plentiful blackberries. attribute it solely to the anion of the mildew fungus ; others assort that the latter supervenes upon a previously dimmed ...

Published: Thursday 04 November 1852
Newspaper: Fifeshire Journal
County: Fife, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 652 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

Odd Bits

... - Deer grass Chisholm - - i,ier - St John's wort Colquhoun - - - Hazel M - Mountain ash Camming - Common sallow M'Lean - Blackberry heath Drumniond - - . Holly - Whortleberry Farquharson Purple foxglove M'Nab - 'ebuck berry Ferguson - . poplar - Seaw ...

Published: Thursday 25 November 1852
Newspaper: Fife Herald
County: Fife, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 1362 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

FIFESHIRE JOURNAL THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1855

... it is not from any want of the means of acquiring instruction of every description. Schools are muck more plentiful than blackberries all over the land; they meet us at every corner; instruction in every department, from the alphabet up to the orbit of ...

Published: Thursday 17 May 1855
Newspaper: Fifeshire Journal
County: Fife, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 2269 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

FIFESHIRE JOURNAL, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1855. extracto from Boofto. THE COURANT DOING PENANCE, The Couratst o ..

... education' : Sir James Stephen has detected the blindness of the land. To his insight Humes and Gibbons are now as plentiful as blackberries. Any day, he will produce you score or two of ingenious youths, British-born, hitherto mote and inglorious, whom he will ...

Published: Thursday 06 September 1855
Newspaper: Fifeshire Journal
County: Fife, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 1126 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

Blachtaaci fur ✓uly

... i l a thn l repeal of the duty upon newspapers. litheAsldquerterT'saProzespethrterey.tais respondent inquires how the Blackberry bush may of t 116.995, owing to the increased lnot be destroyed. As I have encountered and eradi- other item, present nothing ...

Published: Thursday 03 July 1856
Newspaper: Fifeshire Journal
County: Fife, Scotland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 11850 | Page: 7, 8 | Tags: none

KIRKCALDY

... fortvfold, both very superior and large ' lur «« «5 dutiful turnips. From Mr Anderson, tailor, Pathbead ...

Published: Thursday 10 July 1856
Newspaper: Fife Herald
County: Fife, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 1889 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

Domestic Intelligence

... to make hero and that those that made me should at once repent. Much better may easily be had. The crop is as plentiful blackberries. Crimeans are everything now, are everywhere, and though wild-looking and hirsute animals, are easily caught. Ido not all ...

Published: Thursday 16 October 1856
Newspaper: Fife Herald
County: Fife, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 5264 | Page: 4 | Tags: none