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THE EXPRESS, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 18, 1851

... persuasion is so pitclonal:tie that without i.l-nature one cannot but believe it true. Adventures were now plentiful as blackberries. Two boats were sent out one night to attempt the destruction of the piles and machinery for building Fort Imperial on ...

Published: Saturday 18 January 1851
Newspaper: Express (London)
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 5263 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

SOUTH AMERICA

... of two companies under Colonel Eyre, would join his Excellency immediately. Blackbb«rikB.—We have received a sample of blackberries and bloom, gathered at Hastings on the 18th inat., but much inferior to half-a-pim niacKbernes gathered in the same locality ...

Published: Saturday 25 January 1851
Newspaper: Illustrated London News
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 389 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

PASTOAAL OF THE PRIMATE

... a second letter to the Bishop of Durham and the mob, and will enable you to adopt legal proceedings, as plenty as blackberries for putting an immediate stop to Papal aggression. I shall pass over the reign of Elizabeth, as I cannot' suppose you ...

Published: Saturday 01 February 1851
Newspaper: Tablet
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 9948 | Page: 5, 6 | Tags: none

THE BELL’S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER

... this year. It decidedly in bad taste to attend the funeral of black friend, and then inform your friends you have been blackberrying, A hen-pecked husband says that, instead of he and his wife being one, they are ten; for she is 1, and he is 0. To secure ...

Published: Sunday 02 February 1851
Newspaper: Bell's New Weekly Messenger
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1591 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

AMERICA

... and, if we may believe the last acconuts, was already the heroine of the day. Sonnets and serenades were as pleutiful as blackberries. The season at Washington is unusually gay. The British minister and lady are remarked for their gene- rous hospitality ...

Published: Tuesday 04 February 1851
Newspaper: London Daily News
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1452 | Page: 4 | Tags: News 

AMERICA

... and, if we may believe the last accon,its, was already the heroine o the d .y. SJnnets and serenades were as plentiful a blackberries. Toe season at \Wa•bington is unusually gay. The Britieh minieter and lady are remarked for their generain hosiM.slity ...

Published: Tuesday 04 February 1851
Newspaper: Express (London)
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 2883 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

THEATRICAL CHIT-CHAT

... if we may believe the last accounts, was already the heroine of the day. Son- nets and serenades were as plentiful as blackberries. The celebrated Spontini, the author of La Vestale and Fernand Cortez, has lately died, at Jesi, his native place ...

“ Oh, what a noble mind ia here o’erthrown! ”

... homoeopathy ; that dying people communicate sensations to others hundreds of miles away ; that ghosts are as plenty as blackberries ; that black cat is the associated symbol of death, when it walks over a bed ; that people read ‘with the soles of their ...

Published: Thursday 13 February 1851
Newspaper: Morning Advertiser
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 954 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

LONDON, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 19, 1351

... and au absence of defined meaning here. Natural price ! Why there is no such thing in the world, ex- cept in the case of blackberries, and scarcely even in their respect, strictly speaking. Corn, as it is brought into the market, is uot a natural produce ...

Published: Wednesday 19 February 1851
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 5254 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

CHAPTER IY. A JOURNEY IN SEARCH OF WORK

... whilst the old man was chatting with Tim Bradley under the cool shade of the trees, she’d be off with the little ones, blackberry-hunting, or looking for wild flowers to take home with them. Ah ! there’d be no complaining then, she’d warrant. At last ...

Published: Saturday 22 February 1851
Newspaper: Illustrated London News
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 3099 | Page: 5, 6 | Tags: none

THE BUDGET

... tax for one window, and a new house of £24, the owner of which pays no window-tax at all, such cases are ns plentiful as blackberries, the occupier of the house who now pays 16s. per annum, (deducting the 10 per cent, which was only levied as a temporary ...

Published: Saturday 22 February 1851
Newspaper: Kentish Independent
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1448 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

MARCH 6, 1851

... the name. If versifiers were synonymous with poets, we should have the latter in abundance. They would be plentiful as blackberries—a fact which is abundantly testified by the intolerable quantity of lines which every year ushers into existence. There ...

Published: Thursday 06 March 1851
Newspaper: Sun (London)
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 2491 | Page: 7 | Tags: none