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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

DUDLEY

... The offence took place on Friday last at Harber Hill. Several girls, varying from seven to ten years old, were gathering blackberries, prisoner met them, and after talking with them for some time, proceeded to the offence complained of, until taken into ...

Published: Wednesday 20 September 1854
Newspaper: Worcestershire Chronicle
County: Worcestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 835 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

REMARKABLE POLICE RAZZIA IN PHILADELPHIA

... REMARKABLE POLICE RAZZIA IN PHILA- DELPHIA, (From the North incrican.) Blackberry-alley, in Philadelphia, has long been held as the centre of a moral pestilence, and, on the affidavit of a resident who at last found the nuisance intolerable, the Mayor ...

EMIGRATION INTELLIGENCE

... that the one thing needfrl to lice omfortably and happily was to have a wife, and sarriages rere soon almost as plenty as blackberries; indeed, some of hem were contracted with extraordinary facility, and no amily was sure of keeping a decent female servsnt ...

Published: Sunday 03 September 1854
Newspaper: Reynolds's Newspaper
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1602 | Page: 3 | Tags: News 

THE SUMMER SHOWER

... school, In their leafy retreat, The wild birds sit listening the drops round them beat; And the boy crouchaa cloae to the blackberry wall The swallows alone take th« storm their wing, And, taunting tit* tree-sheltered labourers, sing. Like pebbles the rain ...

Published: Wednesday 20 September 1854
Newspaper: Derby Mercury
County: Derbyshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 162 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

POLICE RAZZIA IN PHILADELPHIA

... POLICE RAZZIA PHILADELPHIA. Blackberry-alley, in Fhiladelphu, hai loos been held aa the centre of morel pestilence, and, on the aAdwik of resident who last found the noiaanoe intalarsbla, the Mayor issued warrants against landladies of Dopooceau-atreet ...

Published: Tuesday 19 September 1854
Newspaper: Globe
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 442 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

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... weather was de lightfully fioa, and, in coos/queue of oo few subscribers attending the first show, tickets were as thick as blackberries in the month of September. However, It was gratifylog to know that the shows held ware of the first character—that it was ...

COUNTY COURT.—Friday

... found ristol some powder, some slugs. ' The prisoners said that they lived florslevdoww and hap come Blaekheaih to get blackberries. ' William Simpson, middle aged man, described as labourer, was charged with stealing quantity tools from the shop of Mr ...

Published: Saturday 30 September 1854
Newspaper: West Kent Guardian
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1993 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

AND SOMERSETSHIRE GAZETTE

... ««. reifalatfa* their boweU, and enabW , m with tin jr- ‘Ptend npon bread or made into pudduvn pobea), ind „ m when the blackberrie. are lx* don, it will not eoat more than m *y called poor tmn'a peet T for more daintil. ire. 'commend an enamelled (or ...

Published: Saturday 16 September 1854
Newspaper: Dorset County Chronicle
County: Dorset, England
Type: Article | Words: 1875 | Page: 23 | Tags: none

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

THE FIRST OF SEPTEMBER

... young Fitzstoat following with a loaded gun—for they were minded to shoot rabits—when the lock and trigger were caught a blackberry-bush, and the contents were suddenly lodged in the body of the luckless Mountferret. By this unfortunate and tragical occurrence ...

Published: Saturday 02 September 1854
Newspaper: Derbyshire Courier
County: Derbyshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 767 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

A PICNIC PARTY SURROUNDED BY FIRE IN I.TBE WOODS

... one of the tallest of the Berkshire range of mountains. The hill was said to be covered with countless bushels of ripe blackberries, aud all of the high bush variety, which are the largest and the sweetest. They left the station in high spirits, and in ...

Published: Saturday 23 September 1854
Newspaper: Sheffield Independent
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 847 | Page: 8 | Tags: none