OLD JAMIE

... earliest years. They had wandered to(tether in their sunny childhood, through primrose, span it led dells, and gathered blackberries on the purple henlh. As years advanced their attachment grew, until their existence seemed lo depend on each other. If ...

Published: Wednesday 08 February 1854
Newspaper: Belfast Commercial Chronicle
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
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THE EVE OF A JOURNEY,

... among them easily. Take word for it, tome prince of the blood, or dnka the very least—for where you're going they're thick blackberries Martinmas—will take and marry bar, whether she likes it not. B- sides,” he added, sinking his voice into confidential whisper ...

Published: Friday 10 February 1854
Newspaper: Tyrone Constitution
County: Tyrone, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 4901 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

FRANCE

... undertakers of course excepted, by the indefinite deferment of the necessity for inhumation ? Are Jenkinses as plentiful as blackberries, and Old Parrs as numerous crab-apples Are mural tablets, to be fashioned without the relief of a single vice, gone at ...

Published: Friday 10 February 1854
Newspaper: Durham Chronicle
County: Durham, England
Type: Article | Words: 4473 | Page: 4, 5 | Tags: none

THE ENGLISH SENTINEL AND THE FRENCH SPY

... Baptismal Regeneration—ls the Atonement extensive as the Planetary .* ,te b limited to the Earth ’-and such lik;, abound blackberries all around.” Another ..ffor. For whom sir. “The United Presbyterian.” All right. Go ahead, gentlemen. You have all heard ...

THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT

... perfumery. Use and Abcse.—Tbe cab and the driver. Nonsense.— To think of curing disposition for telling white lies by eating blackberries. Pretty' little Thought. —The squirrel jumps from branch to branch, the flirt from beau to beau. ...

Published: Wednesday 15 February 1854
Newspaper: Wexford Independent
County: Wexford, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1477 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

THE ARMAGH GUARDIAN, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY IT, 1854

... doubting wu no heresy,becanseitwusmehtalimpoasibUity; when monks wen fat and merry, and monasteries rich banks and plenty u blackberries; when then wen no railways, books, no parliament, and no speeches, it may easily supposed that men wen ready to do, uy ...

Published: Friday 17 February 1854
Newspaper: Armagh Guardian
County: Armagh, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1262 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

Leicester Trade. — Tbe demand is inanimate, in nearly all the branches of tbe hosiery trade. There are some ..

... scenery used on the occasion was a clever drop- I scene, painted by Mr Schetky, representing a view of the | , Castle and Blackberry Hill. The performances com- menced at nine o'clock, and His Grace the Duke of liutland a private band played in the intervals ...

Published: Saturday 25 February 1854
Newspaper: Leicester Chronicle
County: Leicestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 6406 | Page: 3 | Tags: none