SYSTEMATIC BOTANY

... French-rose, cinnamon-rose, and others, constitute the universally recognised genus Rosa; the various species of raspberry and blackberry compose the genus Kubusi the apple, pear, &c., the genus called botanists [April, Pyrus; so the different oaks, willows ...

FLOWERS FOR AUGUST

... are the Raspberry and the Blackberry.— The raspberry (ttubus —so called from the rasp or roughness of its fruit—is found wild in the woods of Ireland. Its delicious fruit too well known to need further notice. The Blackberry {Rtibus fruticosus) displays ...

Published: Saturday 26 August 1854
Newspaper: Downpatrick Recorder
County: Down, Northern Ireland
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llow lo?o flr-t gilded With their eound

... ’ope you don’t call tho.n large ; they ain’t ’alf large ’avc in Hold Hengland.” Apples them ain’t apples, them is only blackberries, replied the woman. Lavater had the temerity to declare that—“ great woman not a fair woman not vain, a woman of talents ...

Published: Friday 13 January 1854
Newspaper: Limerick Reporter
County: Limerick, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1316 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

Gnat commanders, famed for standing still

... enemy's wounded. He rushes through fire and flood if to merry-making, and plucks grapes (as coolly as a schoolboy would blackberries) in vineyard ploughed by grape and canister. He lays about him like a devil iucarnate, and then has * great sport with ...

Published: Friday 20 October 1854
Newspaper: Durham County Advertiser
County: Durham, England
Type: Article | Words: 3368 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

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... T. Hickman. Kitchen ditto, D. Middleton. Pears, W. Tarry. Plums, widow Smith. Premium for apples, W. Owen. Ditto, for blackberries, W. Shaw, J. Johnson. Red cabbages, F. Claridge, T. Smith. Carrots, T. Tilley, C. Adams. Red celery, R. Bulliman, T. Hickman ...

Published: Saturday 30 September 1854
Newspaper: Northampton Mercury
County: Northamptonshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3903 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

subject ot peace and war. He deemed us, on the authority of Mr. Bright and his coadjutors, to be a

... patriotic temper so wrong-headed and sturdy gladiator as Mr. Bright, we could adduce them till they became as “plentiful as blackberries.” But it needless. Mr. Bright is pleased to appear as if he did not know why his countrymen are fighting. But he not only ...

Published: Saturday 11 November 1854
Newspaper: Illustrated London News
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 691 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS

... been begun, if the property was Oient to comtlete it. The drive through the lanes, enclosed by hedges of bweetbriar and blackberry, down to the water’s edge, over the river in a ferry-toat, and up the other side, to Dunkeld, impressed us more favoorably ...

Published: Saturday 14 October 1854
Newspaper: Illustrated London News
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1697 | Page: 10 | Tags: none

lE, SEVILLE.” PAIKTKD BT J. PHILLIP. THE PROPERTY OK HER

... Sir E. Landseer, R.A. ; 68, Head of Mr. Macaulay, M.P.—an admirable portrait, painted on the Raeburn principle; 70, ” Blackberrying,” G. Smith; 73, •' The Silver Pool,” F. R Lee ; 85, A Villager’s OJering,” T. Webster, child offering a dish of mushrooms ...

Published: Saturday 06 May 1854
Newspaper: Illustrated London News
County: London, England
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all who have rA* of tlie Bucks Herald and Windsor and Eton Journal. Sin,—Suffer me to say few words on

... ring his knell; jubilant action at the soul's deliverance from pain, the world, and death. Tiiere are passages—thick as blackberries—in our olden writers to prove this-such as, his knell rung out the kind releasing knell and At dawn poor * * danced ...

Published: Saturday 21 January 1854
Newspaper: Bucks Herald
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 280 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

THE ELECTION FOR NORTH DURHAM

... good deal of vapouring oil the part of the Liberal journals, aud caudidates, as usual, have represented as plentiful as blackberries, quite embarras des richexses in fact, still no Liberal champion lias ventured to show face in fight, and there can be ...

Published: Friday 24 March 1854
Newspaper: Durham County Advertiser
County: Durham, England
Type: Article | Words: 277 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

Science anb tbe 'Arts

... Science anb tbe 'Arts. TA3LI Op PISIODIC PIIIMOYINA—JULY lit to 14th.—July lit, Blackberry flowers; 2nd, Rooks return to their nest trees to rood—Lime flowers— Young frogs come on land—Ragwort flowers; AO., Common St. John's Wort flusters; 3th, Chaffinch ...