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PRESENT CONDITION OF THE DISPENSARY SURGEONS

... rational, and humane letter bo entered on the minutes. MULTIPLICATION OF MEDICAL COLLEGES. New Colleges start up as thick as blackberries, and old Colleges only think of bow they can increase and multiply. In 1844 the Secretary of State introduced a bill into ...

Published: Wednesday 04 February 1852
Newspaper: Dublin Medical Press
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 700 | Page: 12 | Tags: none

TO THE EDITOR OF THE MEDICAL PRESS

... EDITOR OF THE MEDICAL PRESS. Sir,—At a time when new medical and surgical collegesaarto as you say, “starting up as thick as blackberries,” many persons, with myself, feel interested in inquiring what steps, if any, Alma Mater may be taking to help forward ...

Published: Wednesday 11 February 1852
Newspaper: Dublin Medical Press
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 298 | Page: 15 | Tags: none

VARIETIES. Much remains unsung,*’ as the tom-cat remarked to the brick-bat, when it abruptly cut short its ..

... and the most tenacious of our sentiments; mere nothing will wound it, lut nothing on earth will kill iu Lite is a field of blackberry bushes. Mean people squat down and pick the fruit, matter how they black their fingers ; 1 while genius, proud and perpendicular ...

Published: Saturday 28 February 1852
Newspaper: Catholic Telegraph
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 2004 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

W e not acquired, many persons suppose, by fortunate speculations and splendid enterprises, but by the daily ..

... will rarely be found destitute, and he who relies upon any other will generally become bankrupt Wayland. Life a field of blackberry bushes. Mean people •quat down and pick the fruit, no matter how they black •'I ers > bile genius, proud and perpendicular ...

Published: Friday 05 March 1852
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Mail
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 681 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

WITS GETTING RID OF BORES

... means will rarely found destilute, and lie who relies upon any other will generally be* come bankrupt.— Wayfand. Liie of blackberry bushes. Mean people squat down and pick the fruit, no matter how they black their fingers ; while genius, proud and per ...

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... ground. The vicious reproving vice the raven eluding blackness. Advantage is a better soldier than rashness. life a ti of blackberry bushes. Mean people squat down and pick the fruit, no matter how they black their lingers; while genius, proud and perpendicular ...

Published: Saturday 17 April 1852
Newspaper: Catholic Telegraph
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 11835 | Page: 6, 7 | Tags: none

THE ADVOCATE

... ground. The vicious reproving vice is the raven chiding black- Advantage is a better soldier than rashness. Life is field of blackberry bushes. Mean people squat down and pick the truit, no matter how they black their fingers ; while genius, proud and per ...

FASHION AND VARIETIES

... petticoat was of white silk, trimmed with white tulle and white ribbons. Her Majesty wore round her head a wreath composed of blackberries and diamonds. The general levee was attended an Immense number of the beau mondc. The follow, ing, amongst others, had ...

Published: Friday 23 April 1852
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Mail
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 2000 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

FASHION AND VARIETIES. THE COURT. HER MAJESTY’S LEVEE

... pctiicoat was of white *ilk, trimmed with while tolla and while ribbons. Her Majesty wore round her head wreath composed blackberries and diamond*. The following Noblemen and Gentlameu bad the honour of being presented to her Msjrsty ; The Baron Kltore ...

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... The petticoat wa. of white trimmed with while tulle and white riband*. Her Majesty wore rouad her bead wreath compoeed of blackberries and diamonds. From the number of tickets already issued, and the aridity with which they are still sought for, the Grand ...

Published: Saturday 24 April 1852
Newspaper: Catholic Telegraph
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 3846 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE

... petticoat was of white silk, trimmed with white tulle and white ribbons. Her Majesty wore round her head a wreath composed of blackberries and diamonds. The general levee was attended immense number of the 6eaii monde. The Queen held Investiture of the Most ...

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. SATURDAY, MAT % 185£

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

Published: Saturday 01 May 1852
Newspaper: Catholic Telegraph
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 4668 | Page: 6 | Tags: none