METROPOLITAN MEMORANDA

... Nicholas, says, or rather insinuates, De Custine, and now sonse other De Custine will supply you with reasons plentiful as blackberries (in their season) why Alexander the Second has paid the same compliment to Nicholas. Meanwhile, the question under discussion ...

Published: Saturday 17 March 1855
Newspaper: Preston Chronicle
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2757 | Page: 4 | Tags: News 

Social Order or revolutionary Anarchy. To these desperate issues this ancient monarchy is rapidly \ hurrying, ..

... moment is,— mediocrity, the of one pre-eminent commanding governing mind: have statesmen and politicians as plentiful as blackberries,” but then they are of an inferior second-rate class: Since the days of . Napoleon, and the decease of our own great Duke ...

Published: Saturday 31 March 1855
Newspaper: Liverpool Mail
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4479 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

The Smith Testimonial Fund.—The Smiths, it is well known, are plentiful as blackberries; but the particular ..

... The Smith Testimonial Fund.—The Smiths, it is well known, are plentiful as blackberries; but the particular branch the family of which we now speak is Mr. Francis Pettit Smith, otherwise Screw Smith, the practical inventor of the screw propeller. ...

CORRESPONDENCE. SPANNISH AND WATTER DAY. To the Editor of the Kendal Mercury. Sir, —A custom prevails in Kendal ..

... you many a winter day, A happy Eglantine! Can it be said, then, that it was the common Briar, or Bramble which bears the blackberry, and not the Dog or Wild Rose, that produces the scarlet hip which was the Eglantine of Wordsworth, when we have it so plainly ...

Published: Saturday 19 May 1855
Newspaper: Kendal Mercury
County: Westmorland, England
Type: Article | Words: 2158 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

CORRESPONDENCE

... e Palace. Our whale paid us a visit in the latitude of e Oporto, and as to grampus, they have proved as plentiful i as blackberries at home in the proper season. We had iot sighted many vessels (owing, latterly, to the hazy L weather) till just before ...

Published: Tuesday 10 July 1855
Newspaper: Liverpool Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4056 | Page: 5 | Tags: News 

Advertisements & Notices

... Fruit Stall, Goodall; r The Mother, and Irish Cabin, by D. W. Deane, being fine speclmens of this very rising artist; Blackberry Gatherers, Witherington, R.A. With several charming examples of pleasing and- Interesting character, by Etty, Willams,- ...

Sales bp auction

... Fruit Stall,” Goodall; “The Mother,” and Irish Cabin,” by D. W. Deane, being flee specimens of this very rising artist; Blackberry Gatherers,” Witherington, R.A. With several charming examples of pleasing and interesting character, Etty Williams, Nicholl ...

Published: Saturday 14 July 1855
Newspaper: Liverpool Mail
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1797 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

Salts auction. Jn Wednesday and Thursday, tbe ' —, „ .n-j ■—■ —. twelve o'clock at noon on the fir

... JJ Hi.l; The Fruit Stall. Ooodali, The Mother and Yrish Cabin W Deaue, being fine specimens of this very rising artist; Blackberry Gatherers, Witherington, R A; with.several charming ex . 'I most pleasing and interestmg character by Williams, .» c> y ...

alts by auction

... Stall, Goodall ; The Mother and Irish Cabin, by D. W. Deane, b e i ng fi ne spec i mens of this very rising Artist; Blackberry Gatherers, Witherington, R.A. With several charming examples of pleasing and interesting cbaracter by Etty, Williams, Nichol) ...

by f!luttion. alts b auction. High-class PICTURES, by eminent Modern Artists, with On FRIDAY next, the 20th ..

... ancers, 8, North John-street ; or to M essrs W. and C. E. EATON Solicitors, Clayton-square, Liverpool. veryrising Artist ; Blackberry Gatherers, Witherington, R.A. With several charming examples of pleasing and interesting - character by Etty, Williams ...

FASHIONS

... bonnets most reinarkable for novelty is one composed of black lace and cerise-colour velvet, and trimmed with poppies and blackberries. A bonnet of white crape has been trimmed with roses and black velvet; to the edge of this bonnet is attached a fall of ...

LEES

... the public would open their eyes instead of their purses to those pious impostors, who are getting just now’ plentiful as blackberries,” or, more appropriately speaking, “as thick as thieves.” A Double Suicide America. —Suicides and deaths from sunstrokes ...