THE ELECTION

... Right.— Let the tenantry have no apprehensions of voting with honesty. Good tenants in these tiines cannot be had like blackberries in Summer on every bush. Tbs occupiers this County, who stili possess votes, must be good tenants ; self-interest alone ...

Published: Saturday 02 November 1850
Newspaper: Limerick and Clare Examiner
County: Limerick, Republic of Ireland
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Great Meeting in London

... learnt, been prohibited from preaching by the Lord Bishop this diocese. The Fifth of November in London. Guys were plenteous blackberries throughout the metropolis. In some cases attendant carried bowl of whitewash and a brush, with which, ever and ■non, he ...

Published: Friday 08 November 1850
Newspaper: Chelmsford Chronicle
County: Essex, England
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►N, RUTLAND, AND NOTTINGHAM ADVERTISER

... health, bonny Scotland, to thee.” At the sixty-third in-go they were 43 each, when sage opinions became as plentiful as black-berries, but the prophetic wisdom stopped there. Hutton once more led, scoring 46 to 43. So close a shave was the sixtyseventh ...

Published: Friday 08 November 1850
Newspaper: Lincolnshire Chronicle
County: Lincolnshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1162 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

S.VTFF. THE LAST WORD. Mv fru’rid. argument, a * iength. Ha.-* more of longituJe, I ihmu strength; tjr patip>»t ox,

... abnui where Mr Robert Han.sell lives, stretched the Shire ■ Aloo', wild open heath, which produced nothing but whins arid blackberries as late is and the doll uni- fortuity of which was broken only a few old pit building* failing into ruin. The river in ...

THE POLITICAL EXAMINER

... that they should be cruel at the same time. Judges quite merry and jocose at putting on the black cap have been plenty as blackberries. Only think of this Austrian Cabinet hanging poor Hungarians as rebels and democrats because they wished to reform their ...

Published: Saturday 09 November 1850
Newspaper: The Examiner
County: London, England
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Doitimoiilt) films .mi jLib.il ifis.ntiu i’ORTSKA, Sati uday Kvkm.ng, Nov. i)

... it was speedily replaced by smile. If fiery-red Cardinalssain ted or not sainted—were become ns plentiful this laud as blackberries in autumn, should still have fear. have faith the progress of intelligence; have faith in the regenerating and vivifying ...

THEATRE ROYAL, LEEDS

... rendering of the choruses. In a town like Leeds, where good choral voices and a knowledge of music are almost as plentiful as blackberries, such a drawback ought never to be suffered by a manager ; and we would suggest to Mr. Caple the desirability of supplying ...

Published: Saturday 09 November 1850
Newspaper: Sun (London)
County: London, England
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INDIA

... heated state of the public mind, when every man made speeches on the all-absorbing topic, and meetings were as plenty as blackberries, any one was hailed as prise whose effusions were decidedly better than the ordinary specimens of anti-tithe eloquence ...

Published: Saturday 09 November 1850
Newspaper: Weekly Vindicator
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 2412 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

IRELAND

... rendering of the choruses. In a town like Leeds, where good choral voices and a knowledge of music are almost as plentiful as blackberries, such a drawback ought never to be suffered by a manager ; and we would suggest to Mr. Caple the desirability of supplying ...

Published: Saturday 09 November 1850
Newspaper: Sun (London)
County: London, England
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4 BELL’S LIFE IX LONDON. NOVEMBER 10, 1830-PEBLISHED IN TIME FOR ALL THE SATURDAY MORNING MAILS AND EARLY ..

... July 23.—Mr Courtenay’s Caprice, by Coronation, 3 yrs (Lynch), beating Elemi, aged, AUegrette, yra, Portia, 4 yrs, and Blackberry, 4 yrs. Royal Down Cobporation, July 25.—Mr Courtenay’s f Caprice, by Coronation. 3 (Lynch), beating Elemi. aged, b f by ...

ESSEX HERALD

... towards them, they dropped them from under their aprons; asked what they were doing there, ami they said they were picking blackberries. took them back to the spot where they had dropped the turnips, when they said they only took few to ent. —The Chairman ...

Published: Tuesday 12 November 1850
Newspaper: Essex Herald
County: Essex, England
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The Kith of November in London

... The Kith of November in London. Gaja were plenteous blackberries throughout tbs metropolis. In some esses sttendsnt carried bowl of whitewash and ft brush, with which, ever and anon, inscribed the walls and pavement in rode characters. No Pop*rf! wafer ...

Published: Tuesday 12 November 1850
Newspaper: Essex Herald
County: Essex, England
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