ROMANCE OF REAL LIFE

... discussion on the rela- tive merits of Horsecy, Finchley, Wanstead, Epping, and Woodford, as suitable places of resort for blackberry gather. ing. At last September came, and the first jaunt took place. We took our dinners with us in our bags, though many ...

Published: Thursday 03 January 1856
Newspaper: Caledonian Mercury
County: Midlothian, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 949 | Page: 4 | Tags: News 

Hoaas non niihuro nisi saneNsc

... their patient noses on the ledge of pailing; by bramhly copses, where fairies might ravel of summer twilights on nuts and blackberries, couched the red light of the west. Now some cold glimpse of the river, dragging its leaden current between white hanks ...

BERKS EPIPHANY SESSIONS

... walked towards the next cottage about a quarter of a mile distant; she saw the prisoners, Clavton and Kodgers, picking blackberries off the hedge in the road. Markham was met by her afterwards. During the time the woman was absent from the cottage, it ...

Published: Saturday 05 January 1856
Newspaper: Reading Mercury
County: Berkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 12477 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

CORRESPONDENCE. The Editor is not responsible for the sentiments of his Correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ..

... ) o: the book trade. Believe the critiques of the day, Byrons, Miltons, Shaksperes, Scotts, &c, are become plenty ai blackberries. The green young poetaster rubs his hand to learn that, as railways are now all the go to everywhere there's one to the ...

Published: Saturday 05 January 1856
Newspaper: Hereford Times
County: Herefordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4727 | Page: 12 | Tags: none

BERKS EPIPHANY SESSIONS

... and the stolen pro perty was secure, aft that time. She went to a neighbour's house and saw'Clayton and Rodgers picking blackberries, who asked her what the time was. Soon after she saw Markham, and then went into the neighbour's house. Returning in about ...

Published: Saturday 05 January 1856
Newspaper: Berkshire Chronicle
County: Berkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 6406 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

RATE FOR THE RURAL POLICE

... and walked towards the next cottage about a quarter of a mile distant; she saw the prisoners Clayton and Rodgers picking blackberries off the hedge in the road. Markham was met her afterwards. During the time the woman was absent from the cottage it was ...

Published: Saturday 05 January 1856
Newspaper: Windsor and Eton Express
County: Berkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3122 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

many the Redan who did their duty as well I did—few ‘hat had such providential protection—none that have had such

... every effort was made the occupiers of land to find hare, but those animals in that neighbourhood are not as “plentiful as blackberries,” some little time elapsed before they were as successful as they wished to be. When, however, we had reached the fields ...

Published: Wednesday 09 January 1856
Newspaper: Norwich Mercury
County: Norfolk, England
Type: Article | Words: 993 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

THE POLITICAL AFFAIRS OF THE UNITED STATES

... such a Secretary of State as Webster to deal with, the world had no trouble in finding for his lordship motives ,thick as blackberries for so un- manly, so un-English, and so unstatesinanhke a counsel. In the recently published Opinions of Lord Palmerston ...

Published: Thursday 10 January 1856
Newspaper: London Daily News
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 4709 | Page: 5, 6 | Tags: News 

LOCAL LITERATURE IN THE LAST CENTURY

... The Farmesr. . The Lark' eshrill niote. e, 6. Platos advice. 7. Old Boreas. ?? When the rosy b morn appearing. 9. Betty Blackberry.l Onsomeofithe ,y title pages there appears, after the impriot, l Preston5. printed by B. Sergent, in the Market plaoe; ...

■ANTICIPATION- OF THE.OVERLAND MAIL

... King Log as Sir William Gomm at the head of the ludian armies. Rumours of augmentation of the army are as plentiful an blackberries ; but whether there is any good foundation for them is far from certain. Every branch of the service except the engineers ...

Published: Monday 14 January 1856
Newspaper: London Evening Standard
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 5321 | Page: 3, 4 | Tags: none

THE OVERLAND MAIL

... King Log as Sir William Gonnn at the head of the Indian armies. Rumours of augmentation of the army are as plentiful as blackberries ; but whether there is any good foundation for them is far from certain. Every branch of the service except the engineers ...

Published: Tuesday 15 January 1856
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 3546 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

To the Editor of the Western Times. St. Mary Church, 1, Park Crescent, 23rd, Jan., 1856. Dear Sir,—-May I request

... published, and addressed to Mr. S. Taylor have selected one false statement, as sample of those which are 'as plenty as blackberries' throughout it I* appears to me you resemble the person described by Solomon Calling E. Ea diey -L^urpSs'L'nol: abuJ m ...

Published: Saturday 26 January 1856
Newspaper: Western Times
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 1340 | Page: 7 | Tags: none