E SUNKEN SHIPS AT SEBASTOPOL

... to the 4th of November the weather had been extremely pleasant, and on 4hat day they were sitting at open windows eating blackberries. The Russian Government, it is stated, still look with favour upon this faint:lls city, and are energetically t wprk to ...

Published: Saturday 02 January 1858
Newspaper: Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald
County: Ayrshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 314 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

LIBELS ON SCOTTISH CHARACTER

... There is no remote corner the north which does not boast its burgh Demosthenes, its village Chatham. They are plentiful as blackberries. One knows the man at a glance. He is very seedy around the gills ; his mouth is large and hungry, like the wolf's Red ...

LIBELS ON SCOTTISH CHARACTER

... There no remote corner in the north which does not boast its burgh Demosthenes, ifs village Chatham. They are plentiful as blackberries. One knows the man a glance. He is very seedv around the gills; his mouth is large and hun ...

Published: Thursday 14 January 1858
Newspaper: Stonehaven Journal
County: Kincardineshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 1746 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

(Prone a►. Norr►rrn Wtnirr.)

... ropherriee, ptheree on Chnittnee De Y, by Mr B. Brown, of thin town. thewp of Powerdown-hill also a due large bouquet of blackberry bleavona. intermixed with of the fruit in every stage of unripenins, to the fellheadrel. well-developed. Inghealeured hem ...

Published: Saturday 16 January 1858
Newspaper: Arbroath Guide
County: Angus, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 8999 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

ARDROSSAN COURSING CLUB

... Blackness Mr Arthur's w bk• Ptarmigan beat Mr Ewing's bk b Leoline Mr C, , mpbell's r w b Tutelina beat Mr Dykes's bk b Blackberry MI Gibson's w r d Palrnurs beat Mr Russell's r w d Dreghorn Boy Provost Campbell's I,k w d Rab Roy beat Mr Speir's w f d ...

Published: Saturday 23 January 1858
Newspaper: Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald
County: Ayrshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 290 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

ARDROSSAN COURSING CLUB,

... Tonnerre beat Mr Ewing's f d Look Out (1). Mr Gordon's rev d Guadaloupo beat Mr John Dunlop's r b Jenny Nettle, Mr Dyke's bk b Blackberry beat Mr Barber's r d Whistle Binkie. Mr John Speir's w f d The Fiddler beat Provost Campbell's bk w d Rob Roy (1). Mr John ...

Published: Saturday 20 February 1858
Newspaper: Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald
County: Ayrshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 1034 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

LADIES' NOSES

... other features of the face. While cheeks like roses, lips of ruby, eyes like diamonds wet with dew are plentiful aa blackberries, a really fine nose is one in a thousand. Can this be the reason it is so seldom mentioned ? How few in describing lady's ...

Published: Thursday 25 March 1858
Newspaper: Fife Herald
County: Fife, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 1469 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

INTERLITING EWA/GRAPHICAL EXPLORATIONS IN HONDURAS-THE LAKE OF TOJOA

... soil risk. It will prods.. wheat, ' potatoes, and generally the fruits of our climate. 1 found the Hoglish bramble, or our blackberry, Indigetioue, and of the greatest perfection. We crooned this plain a direction nearly sorth.vreet, and rosebud the village ...

Published: Friday 30 April 1858
Newspaper: North British Daily Mail
County: Lanarkshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 1253 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

Literary Memoranda

... welcome, as one of the best candidates for public favour of its kind in these days, when snch candidates are as plentiful as blackberries in their season, or Whigs are for office, in and out of season. Fret-tag's celebrated Novel of Debit and Credit with its ...

mr.v of anxiety in Governmental circles

... would not yield, for when was a Napier known to give way ? As approached the House last night, rumours were as plentiful blackberries that Mr Cardwell would, after a little pressing, withdraw his motion of censure, but of course no one could with certainty ...

GENERAL NEWS

... addition of Mr Bentley.— Spectator. Horse-tamers are now springing up in all quarters, and threaten to become as plentiful as blackberries. It is said that the Duke of Cleveland has, during the last three years, expended £70,000 on the acquisition of works of ...

5r of lauJ3

... to superintend its publication. Horse-tamers are now springing up in all quarters, and threaten to become plentiful as blackberries. Mr was to be Edinburgh yestenhiy. There also Mr Teller, “Northumbrian Horse-Tamer/' who has come to Edinburgh, ...