HOW DOKS A FLY BUZ?

... trunk might seem instrument convenient enough when inserted into saucer syrup, or applied to the broken surface of over-ripe blackberry, but we often see our sipper of sweets quite busy on a solid lump of sugar, which we shall find close inspection growing ...

Published: Tuesday 12 February 1850
Newspaper: Stonehaven Journal
County: Kincardineshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 284 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

FORBES, ELGIN,

... superior quality, in Pots at Ild per lb. RASPBERRY JAM, at 10d. per lb. CURRANT JELLY, at Is. - do. STRAWBERRY JAM, at Is. do. BLACKBERRY JAM, at tld. do. GOOSEBERRY JAM, at IN. do. &e. N. cleave for l'ota. ALSO, PINE APPLES, at 2s. 3d. each. A liberal discount ...

UNIVERSITY REFORM

... Professor* or Teachers), or may, after the American fashion, localise one in every county town, ami make them plentiful blackberries. That something like this Government rule approaching is, 1 think, evident. have not. yet, one Cabinet Minister with - ...

sTONI-M \ V !: N Jo I NA Ij AiN

... that could be made, although, in common with every other species of taxation, arguments against its policy are plentiful blackberries, our mind, the same argument which holds good in favor of the Income Tax, applies also to the indow Duty, for in both cases ...

Published: Tuesday 28 January 1851
Newspaper: Stonehaven Journal
County: Kincardineshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 1707 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

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... who will not give reasons for anything “on compulsion. But then when he is “i* the vein bis reasons are as plentiful blackberries in summer, lie had expended little research and exhibited some antiquarian lore respecting the right of property and control ...

SCOTLAND

... Glasgow also sustained some injury. Black eyes, bleeding noses, scarred foreheads, bumps and bruises, were as plentiful blackberries, and it was only those who had the good fortune to insure their bodies before they' started, who could be comforted under ...

Published: Wednesday 17 September 1851
Newspaper: Aberdeen Press and Journal
County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 1761 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

COLLISION ON THE CALEDONIAN RAILWAY

... that they preaented shocking appearance. Black eyes, bleeding noses, scarred foreheads, bumps and bruises, were plentiful blackberries, and it was only those who had the good fortune to insure their bodies before they started who could be comforted under ...

MISCELLANEOUS

... which are known, but also the richest fruits, such as the apple, pear, peach, plum, apricot, cherry, strawberry, raspberry, blackberry, &c. ; namely, that no fossils of plants belonging to this family have ever been discovered by geologists ! This he regarded ...

Published: Wednesday 24 December 1851
Newspaper: Aberdeen Press and Journal
County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 6301 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

POPULAR RECREATIONS,

... Forfarshire, winch Mantell has obtained evidence to. prove belong to Batrachians. Those clusters, and popularly known as blackberries, believes to be spawn of animals of the frog tribe; while other and larger ova, which occur singly or in pairs, and are ...

Published: Friday 26 December 1851
Newspaper: Elgin Courier
County: Moray, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 5060 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

MK T ROE U 1.1 TAN MATT E U S

... alliance one who seems disposed turn his back upon his friends abruptly. Indeed, during the week rumours have been |.lenty us blackberries that other members of the Cabinet were likclv secede, and that a complete rupture was imminent. All these, however, may ...

M U U 1) E UN IN FIF E S U IR E

... election hail cost him X 40.000, while they all know that elections costing from X5,n00 u* Xlo.(B mi w«-re a* plentiful as blackberries. Now. In* had had . the excitement election, the luxury petition, and the futlh rr indulgence commission, and tin sum total ...