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Heads of the new reform bill.— Conjectures are plentiful as blackberries in season upon the eabjecte of the New ..

... Heads of the new reform bill.— Conjectures are plentiful as blackberries in season upon the eabjecte of the New Reform Bill, of the many parties who long for change, some idea may be formed when it is announced that of more than three hundred proposals ...

Published: Friday 28 November 1851
Newspaper: Morning Advertiser
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 528 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

be had of the Collectors on board tee ' 4 errace Pier, Gravesend. THE NEW REFORM BILL. lie‘er_Plentiful as ..

... be had of the Collectors on board tee ' 4 errace Pier, Gravesend. THE NEW REFORM BILL. lie‘er_Plentiful as blackberries in season upon the r Bill : of the many parties who long o - Acd, e „ fe tized when it is announced that, of three two are alike. Of ...

Published: Friday 28 November 1851
Newspaper: Sun (London)
County: London, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 360 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

THE STONE

... liked listening to the Stone better than fighting, and general desire the whitethorn and the blackberry came forward and negotiated terms of pence. The blackberry was very zealous, as she considered herself somewhat as relation to the strawberry, who had ...

Published: Saturday 20 December 1851
Newspaper: Illustrated London News
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 8122 | Page: 36, 37, 38 | Tags: none

THE BELL’S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER

... berry which is called the “ white * blackberry'* It is described being, when fully ripe, of a , light greenish brown colour. A friend who is very is very desirous to know if they are red when green, like the black blackberry. What metal is it whose name indicates ...

Published: Sunday 30 November 1851
Newspaper: Bell's New Weekly Messenger
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1825 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

wearer. SOPHIA DOROTHEA,—Ladies carry their trains on the left arm until they come near to the Queen. when the ..

... drops to one fluid ounce of pure cold water makes transparent camphor julep. AN OLD FRIEND.—To make blackberry vinegar :—Pound two quarts of blackberries in a mortar, add to this one gallon of cold boiled water, and let it stand for forty-eight hours, stirring ...

Published: Saturday 20 September 1851
Newspaper: Lady's Own Paper
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 986 | Page: 18 | Tags: none

CORRESPONDENCE

... drops to one fluid ounce of pure cold water makes transparent camphor julep. Are OLD PRIIIND.—To make blackberry vinegar :—Pound two quarts of blackberries in a mortar, add to this one gallon of cold boiled water, and let it stand for forty-eight hours, stirring ...

Published: Saturday 20 September 1851
Newspaper: Lady's Own Paper
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 2179 | Page: 2 | 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

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

(heir influence upon intending purchasers. Witbid the next two or three months some Tery Urge estate* will be ..

... Reynolds’ banquet, held on the very day succeedieg the teal demonstration” at the Rotundo, and when bishops were plenty blackberries at this season, not one of the venerated hierarchy” accepted the invitation to feast at the expense the member for Dublin ...

Published: Thursday 23 October 1851
Newspaper: Globe
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 433 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

WE AT TO DO WITH THE SURPLUS OF TUS

... EXHIBITION, (From the Journal of Dfsirm CandidatM for the dispoeal of the surplus of the Exhibition are as plentiful as blackberries. Before we examine any of their claims, will lay down the principle which wo ourselves would follow, if had the surplus ...

Published: Monday 06 October 1851
Newspaper: Evening Mail
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 978 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

“ 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