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... beat Allontou Miller Tntelina beat Bold Spirit. Blackberry beat Bell's Life Chesterfield beat Chanticleer Garnock beat Miss Agnes (dr) Coquette beat Berwine Grasshopper beat Gadfly Chesterfield beat Blackberry (I) Garnock beat Coquette Grasshopper beat Tickler ...

Published: Saturday 11 December 1858
Newspaper: Field
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 5240 | Page: 11, 12 | Tags: none

OUR PORTFOLIO

... quietly munching the kernel just band. To the blackberry wood, then without more delay ■' The fruit is delicious the ramble good. All ready I all ready I hark, forward away I Te the blackberry wood, te the blackberry wood I ...

BELL’S LIFE IN LONDON, DECEMBER 12, 1858

... j pnwort Campbell bk Ball’t Life, by Bloelifht out of Judy, beat Crichton na r d Terror, Cromwell out of Optima Ur i»* b Blackberry, oy BirminihMn out of Win ton. beat Mr f p Little Nall, Sir Jame. the out of Surety w Chanticleer, by Chanticlaarout of ...

CURSING

... Provost Campbell ns bk w d Rob) Ry, by Wigan—Repentance Mr Alton 's bdd Tickler, by Wigan) Railway Crash Mr Dykes'slik w b Blackberry, byi Birmingham—Winton Capt. Crichton's f w b Coq/de/kJ by Baron Garnock—Clo.iramaj Mr It. Smith's f d Bold Dragoon.) by ...

Published: Saturday 16 October 1858
Newspaper: Field
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 7395 | Page: 8, 9 | Tags: none

THE DUNDONALD SWEEPSTAKES

... blue got first, led out of eight for a short time ; coming again, Billy drove his hare rarely, and won a good course well. Blackberry and Goodlake (late Bold Dragoon): The fawn led, turned, and killed. Jenny Hooks and Hairstocks Black led, driving her hare ...

Published: Saturday 20 November 1858
Newspaper: Field
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1710 | Page: 12 | Tags: none

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... last to pick some blackberries, where she saw the prisoner, who gathered some for her, and then asked her to walk a short distance, and said they would find some more. He then took her farther, under pretence of getting blackberries, and when they came ...

Th» Baoce* Cuampiojt Ccr. I

... against them and falling—Ptarmigan wrencned and killed. and Blackberrv • The former ran in nice form, and made first turn ; Blackberry collared and beat her for the next, Tutelina racing her hare drain. Pan mure scored first two points from Dreghom Boy, who ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... husband had ?? _ n out blackbcrrying anu were going to have bullock's head _itt_ fish and Blackberry puauing l.r dinner. Tne _et._.dauc called her a blackberry mg she-dog and other hard name*, and tbeo assaulted her as had been stst.d. Tbe defendant wa_ ...

Published: Monday 04 October 1858
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 2758 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

« .«%«nct« .h, H00«. ¥Silw>.««” • l

... drawing up at his fence bitch take first point; after which, turned and K*^ s_ - .horttarn.ud leading to cover. Goodlake v Blackberry : The lead and raced his hare cleverly. Jenny Hooks bewltabed Hairs took, never allowing her a point In a severe slightly ...

THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS THE SONG OP UNIVERSAL HARMONY

... plaintively, and the bleating of sheep and lambkins broke audibly to life as I passed by natural hedges of wild rose and blackberry bushes, and fields redundant with grass and clover, whose aroma was borne on the breeze far away to the uplands, where the ...

Published: Saturday 25 December 1858
Newspaper: Illustrated London News
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1859 | Page: 37 | Tags: none

(We intend to illustrate the scene of this terrible calamity next week.]

... urchin, with checks like dawning day ; ] Wo’ll all go forth together. Free as the wind and weather. And pluck the luscious blackberries that ripen by the way ; You of the world unweeting, I from the world retreating. taste simple pleasure, and prize it while ...

Published: Saturday 09 October 1858
Newspaper: Illustrated London News
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 3190 | Page: 7, 8 | Tags: none

EXCURSION FROM

... Beautiful, clear, gushing streams were pouring out in every direction, and, passing up a lane hedged with trees, oleanders, blackberry-trees laden with fruit, and various shrubs, we entered through an old Roman Gateway (see the Illustration). Beneath the ...

Published: Saturday 30 October 1858
Newspaper: Illustrated London News
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 876 | Page: 4 | Tags: none