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... preferred to suffer any amount of persecution, nay even death itself. Now however, though Statesmen so-called are plentiful blackberries,” there scarce one who has not pasillanimonsly exchanged the cry of no surrender for that “compromise.” In feet such is ...

Published: Saturday 19 August 1854
Newspaper: Liverpool Mail
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 5118 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

SELECT COLLECTION OF BEAUTIFUL CABINET PICTUBEB

... artist. They consist of two subjects from the poets by Piekersgill; The Blind Piper and Cottage Interior.** by F. Good all; Blackberry Gatherers,’* by Eliza Goodall; ** Fruit,** by Lance; Group of Fruit,** ditto of Flowers,** by Greenland; three specimens ...

Published: Saturday 19 August 1854
Newspaper: Liverpool Mail
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 642 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

Hardwood Ch

... Artist. They consist of Two Subjects from the Poets, by Pickersgill; The Blind Piper and Cottage Interior, by F. Goodall; Blackberry Gatherers, by Eliza Goodall; Fruit, by Lance; Group of Fruit, Ditto of Flowers, by Groeilland; Three Specimens of ...

PICTURES,

... Artist. They consist of Two Subjects from the Poets, by Pickersgill; The Blind Piper and Cottage Interior, by P. Goodall; Blackberry Gatherers, by Eliza Goodall; Fruit, by Lance; Group of Fruit, Ditto of Flowers, by Greenland; Three Specimens of ...

CHESHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

... his neigh l*>arhood thrashing machines worked by horses weie going out of date, and steam engines were as plentiful as blackberries He belie#ed that his expenditure was remunerative, and that if they we:e to see his crops this year they would say that ...

Published: Saturday 09 September 1854
Newspaper: Chester Chronicle
County: Cheshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 9358 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

THE FIELD AND THE GARDEN

... accomplish. In his neighbourhood thrashing machines worked by horses were out of date and steam-engines were as plentiful as blackberries. He believed that his exenditurc wvs remunerative, and that if they were to see his crops this year they would say that ...

Published: Saturday 16 September 1854
Newspaper: Cheshire Observer
County: Cheshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3222 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

MR. MECHI ON THE FARMING OF LANCASHIRE AND CHESHIRE

... neighbourhood thrashing machines worked by horses Pr as were out of date, and steam-engines were as plentiful as of in blackberries. ?? believed that his expenditure was re- t a., munerative, and that if they were to see his crops this th a- year they ...

Published: Saturday 16 September 1854
Newspaper: Preston Chronicle
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1608 | Page: 3 | Tags: News 

A PIC NIC PARTY SURROUNDED BY FIRE IN THE WOODS

... vicinity of one of the tallest of the Berkshire range of mountaius. The lull said to covered with countless bushels of ripe blackberry and all of the high bush variety, which arc the largest and the sweetest. They left (he station in high spirits, and in ...

Published: Saturday 23 September 1854
Newspaper: Chester Chronicle
County: Cheshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 632 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE

... afternoon last, the deceased went along the canal side, in company with two other children, for the purpose of gathering blackberries. When they arrived at the new lime kiln, the deceased, whilst trying to'catch some of the insects that swim on the surface ...

Published: Saturday 23 September 1854
Newspaper: Preston Chronicle
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3561 | Page: 4, 5 | Tags: News 

BASS

... of southern Africa—away the distant native regions of the Caffre and the Hottentot, —bottles of Bass, are plentiful as blackberries, and settlers at the Cape toast the old country in beverage from the same brew ing as their cousins are imbibing at home ...

Published: Saturday 30 September 1854
Newspaper: Chester Chronicle
County: Cheshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2870 | Page: 6, 7 | Tags: none

News of the Neighbouring Towns

... afternoon, and was afterwards found drowned in lodge, near the works, into which it is supposed he had fallen, whilst getting blackberries. Verdict, M Accidental death. Commissioners' Meeting. The general monthly meeting of the improvement commissioners was ...

District News

... feet deep of water, coveece Illy and three yards wide. It was thought that the boy had pro. the exf bably been getting blackberries on the bank of the stream, Commil set- and had accidentslly fallen in.-Verdict,1 Accidental death. case W' rn- PRESENTATION ...

Published: Saturday 07 October 1854
Newspaper: Manchester Times
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 15023 | Page: 12 | Tags: News