A BE R A VON

... way » »e private-bouse of our sho|is ; our market approaching coinplction ; public houses unfortu natcly ,u,nie r .,us as blackberries ; and last, (though not ■cast report a project will shortly set foot for «Mvn.g the ancient l-.rou- of Avon will. gas. ...

WEEKLY CALENDAR AND MEMORANDA

... sprang from the event celebrated, is of modern origin, and peculiar to the church of England. lO, Saturday. —The pear and blackberry come into leaf. This is the seventh day of the Feast of the Passover with the Jews. ll, Easter Sunday. —Morning:—Proper ...

SERIOUS BIOTS IN LIMERICK

... ou-waras 23,621, with 8,520,303 tons. A large Scotch pearl was found the other day Inverufy. It was about the size of a large blackberry, weighed twenty-three grains, and was round and perfectly pure. was sold for £34. Scotland, says contemporary, is the only ...

EPITOME 03? NEWS

... for treepassing in a wood belonging to the Misses Starkey, of Hatton-hall, and taking therefrom, on the 4th of October, blackberries (wild brambles) of the value 6d., thereabouts. The gamekeeper stated he had cautioned the defendant more than once. The ...

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... peculiar privileges of promotion, the young men who now walk over the heads of grey-headed veterans are sis, plentiful as blackberries. military circles, or at least amongst the vast majority i.e., the men who are without the means to climb the ladder by ...

SHOCKING DEATH IN A BAILWAY

... to Leicester Infirmary, where rite died soon after, without having resevered consciousness. her pockets were found aemft blackberries, with two shillings and eighteenoe, hat nothing whatever which would serve to identify her. It hag' Bet been discovered ...

HINTS UPON GARDENING

... Bth, brought down hind. A Novel Swimming Match. Men who can swim their half-dozen miles the Thames are as plentiful as blackberries. Not long since Walker, a north country swimmer, swam from Londen-btidge to Greenwich, a distance of 5 miles 300 yards ...

EDNE9I)4I-

... buried at Ahergaveuny in wan not John Morgan the sou of William Morgue—turd remarking that the name of Morgan Was common as blackberries in the registers of all the parialies of the diatri•rt. He further referred to a deed of .ttlernent made by William, the ...

Published: Saturday 11 August 1866
Newspaper: Brecon County Times
County: Brecknockshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 4874 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

A PUB OB A WHIBBT

... Wimbledon. A Black Offence. —We understand that the Jamaica Council have determined to prosecute any persons who are found black-berrying. The Health of the Metropolis. —Much illness may be looked for about the time of harvest, which ia invariably a sickle-y ...

FOREIGN NOTES

... FOREIGN NOTES. The Alabama Listare have rejected the comfits. ,onal amendment. The people of Mexico get three crops of blackberries a SCUM. A Roman Catholic cathedral has been erected at 7etuan,in Morocco. The Chicago play-goers gave an actress 1,000 ...

Published: Saturday 26 January 1867
Newspaper: Brecon County Times
County: Brecknockshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 529 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

BRITISH AND FOREIGN

... 000 quarts,, and 40,000 quarts were consumed at home. This makes a crop of 249,358 quarts. It is said that the crop of blackberries will be fully as large, but of raspberries there will not be so large a crop. King Victor Emmanuel, with the object of ...

A CURIOUS CASE

... people had the effect of demoralising almost everybody else who had anything to tell, from a string of perch to a quart of blackberries or a barrel of flour. Bordering on Distraction. “The Queen on the Borders.” agreeable variation from the usual announcement ...