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THE PLAN FOR THE NEXT CAMPAIGN

... imaginations of political wiseacres all the capitals of Europe, and plans of operations for the next campaign are as plentiful blackberries after harvest. The following is perhaps worth reading, as being the latest, and also as having been elaborated in quarter ...

Published: Wednesday 03 January 1855
Newspaper: Morning Advertiser
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 602 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

Cbt War

... imawnuvius of politicel wteeecre* in all tne capitals Europe, end plant of operations for next camp upn are plpptiful a* blackberries after barpest. The following perbapa wortj reading, m being the latest, and at-p u haviuwoen elahojeted in quarter ramoter ...

Published: Saturday 06 January 1855
Newspaper: Kentish Mercury
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 562 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

OUR LIBRARY CHAIR. In these days of light and versatile reading, ma Plentiful as blackberries. To read and to ..

... OUR LIBRARY CHAIR. In these days of light and versatile reading, ma Plentiful as blackberries. To read and to notice c of them, would be a serious labour and not alwa l ove. Happily, those which are now upon our tai we can still recommend. Indeed, with ...

Published: Saturday 13 January 1855
Newspaper: Lady's Own Paper
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 844 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

TO THE EDITOR OT DEED’S WEEXET PXESSDNCkIR

... grown, t.c-, there law to compel give opinion: this I think is unprecedented, Falstaflsays, ** If reasons were plenty as blackberries would give Uo man a muon compulsion. man may hold what opinion he pleases either in religion or politics, but iu bis owu ...

Published: Monday 22 January 1855
Newspaper: Bell's Weekly Messenger
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 847 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

PARLIAMENT AND THE PRESS

... iotlyt) B'.Sy, rI rwant you to believe so and sO, or :i 5111 5o0, soor 'do so and so'-hiso reasens are ^!a pleahtfifl as blackberries, bsit stillithe must havet i-si nod tsight noe2rd them int lis own town, for vc i llrr Dcep: noythtiglie~ 1 said the othser ...

Published: Monday 22 January 1855
Newspaper: Morning Chronicle
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1030 | Page: 5 | Tags: News 

PARIS EXHIBITION OF 1855

... picture I*ondob damsels gathering primroses or violets the ruing ground about the office of Household Words, hunting for blackberries the site of Exeter-hall, or rest on the green sward whdte Drury now stands. Marylcbone was then huWMgground, whither a ...

Published: Monday 29 January 1855
Newspaper: Globe
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1968 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

NATURE RV-STORED

... that picturing the past glories of our boyhood,—but only, perhaps, to be fully appreciated by a London boy— The Land of Blackberries. A word about the title, and we leave the book to the purchaser. Brambles and Bay Leaves seems to us to have a quaint ...

Published: Saturday 03 February 1855
Newspaper: Field
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 2502 | Page: 9, 10 | Tags: none

OFFICIAL DESPATCH FROM FIELD-

... people have as many advisers as Job, or the hare with many friends ; as for speaking out, stump orators are as thick as blackberries, in Parliement and out of it. No man (still less any woman) believes he can't speak ; and the number who won't are inf ...

Published: Wednesday 07 February 1855
Newspaper: Sun (London)
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 8212 | Page: 1, 2 | Tags: none

LITERATURE

... the Immaculate Conception. Accord- ing to Cardinal Wiseman's own showing, immacu- late persons were as plentiful as blackberries in the later times of Pagan Rome. But to make up for the superhuman excellences of his Christians we have their persecutors ...

THE LITERARY EXAMINER

... Shall meet, and take thee by the handI But serve him not as who obeys: He is thy slave if thou command: And blossoms on the blackberry-stalks He shall enchant as thou dost pass, Till they drop gold upon thy walks, And diamonds in the dewy grass. Such largess ...

THAMES-OFFICE

... Ocean going out.—Hr. Yardley; ton should bare got more.—Defendant: ahip put into Penamhnm, and limaa there wore plentiful blackberries io England, but the want of lime-juice waa overlooked by the steward, who obtained othar eloras lhars.—Mr. Yardley: It ...