ON THE FIFTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE PERCY-OOC'S BIRTHDAY. If every dog will have day, Mayn't that his birthday be,

... that chinks, chinks, berries billing, As though each berry were bad shilling— With saffron beak and sable hood, The black-berry hunter of the wood. Bono, airy polyglot, lingos pat in, From Hebrew to the worst dog-Latin That e'er made bush-wigg'd Rusbey ...

Published: Wednesday 01 November 1854
Newspaper: Hereford Journal
County: Herefordshire, England
Type: Miscellaneous | Words: 737 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

THE MAGAZINES, $c

... degree of antidote • there was the satisfactory consideration that at all seasons ofthe year curates were as plentiful as blackberries. At length the grand-uncle, who had, very provokinffly lived on full three years after his nephew's ordination! obeyed ...

Published: Friday 03 November 1854
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 5588 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

THE WAR

... to accounts of successes is pleasanter employment than to hearken to excuses for fail- ure, which arealways as plenty as blackberries,but If ever a man could justify his inaction, we are convinced that Sir Charles, Napier will be found to be that man. In ...

Published: Saturday 04 November 1854
Newspaper: Preston Chronicle
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1279 | Page: 4 | Tags: News 

POETRY

... trembles as tbe wind comes whistling up, And slips with gentle force from out its perfect moulded cup. The hedge is thick with blackberries, and little children know The lanes where they are plentiful and where the finest grow ■. They cull the sweet and simple ...

Published: Saturday 04 November 1854
Newspaper: Leicester Chronicle
County: Leicestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 265 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

THE GAELOiW FOST, SATUKBAY, NQVEMBEB 4,1^54

... of ope of the tallest of the Berkshire range of mountains. The bill was said to be covered with countless bushes of ripe blackberries, and all of the highbush variety, which arc the largest and the sweetest, they left the station in high spirits, arid in ...

Published: Saturday 04 November 1854
Newspaper: Carlow Post
County: Carlow, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 2247 | 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

JEAN It AIS IN Tiif following pleasant the subject of French wines take from this week's number of Jluu*k

... come out bask after their winter deep ended, dust now, in these autumnal days, rank grass, few late Howera, and bunches of blackberries, an- prevailing «>omi‘aiits of sucb open claanugn. pa>a on, my ears are snievtainsd tho croskingsof that shabby thief, ...

Published: Saturday 11 November 1854
Newspaper: The Ulsterman
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1519 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

Kite des Apoties, H ”

... London, and not know how such situations ore obtained. “Oh we’ve got plenty of governesses ulieady in London—thick as blackberries. Can you nothing else besides governeaaing?” May bethought her of milking cows, making cheese, aud feeding poultry, but ...

Published: Thursday 16 November 1854
Newspaper: Londonderry Standard
County: Londonderry, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 2582 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

MR. VOUSDENT ENTERTAINMENT

... idintify him. There were great consoltations, of coorse—ould people thryin' to rewitnber who they boxed, and who they picked blackberries with, in their early days—ti I at long last the woman that nursed him was brought to the fore, and, w.ll become her, she ...

Published: Saturday 18 November 1854
Newspaper: Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1611 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

WHY WE ARE FIGHTING, AND WHAT WE ARE FIGHTING FOR

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

Published: Saturday 18 November 1854
Newspaper: Leicestershire Mercury
County: Leicestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1635 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

IRELAND AND THE IRISH

... idiolify him There were great consultations, of coorse—ould people thryin* to remiraber who they boxed, and who they picked blackberries with, in their early days—till at long last the woman that nursed him wa» brought to the fore, and, well become her. she ...

Published: Saturday 25 November 1854
Newspaper: Longford Journal
County: Longford, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1570 | Page: 2 | Tags: none