TEIGNMOUTH

... Mr. Windeatt, th# town waterman, picked at Coombe, a sprig of the blackberry plant whereon were several fine ripe blackberries, and another sprig with blackberry blossom, and blackberries in various stages of fruition. Fatai. Accident.—On Saturday last ...

Published: Saturday 09 January 1858
Newspaper: Western Times
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 706 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

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... of the miners working at North Wheal Wrey mine was returning from work last Saturday, he picked an handful of fine ripe blackberries in one of the fields Bicton farm, in St. Ive. South Df.von and Tavistock Railway. —The Directors of this Company have made ...

Published: Saturday 09 January 1858
Newspaper: Cornish Times
County: Cornwall, England
Type: Article | Words: 628 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

SOUTH DEVON

... SOUTH DEVON. TFIGNMOUTH. THE MILDNESS OF ?? SEASoN.-A few days since seveal branches of blackberry brambles were picked nearthe Higher Reservoir, in Coombe Vale, in this town. On them were blossom, with berries in various stages of forwardness, and fruit ...

Published: Thursday 14 January 1858
Newspaper: Exeter Flying Post
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 433 | Page: 7 | Tags: News 

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... men were indebted to Mr. James for his forbear- ance. St. Just in P.xwith. — Mildness ofthe Season.—Hand- fulls of ripe blackberries are t> be gathered at the Withy Gardens, St. Just ; polyanthuses and violets are also to be seen in some of the gardens ...

Published: Friday 22 January 1858
Newspaper: Royal Cornwall Gazette
County: Cornwall, England
Type: Article | Words: 9269 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

WELL-AUTHENTICATED RAPPINGS

... and Olarkins Mre.,-to reveal your name I The reply wrapped out with extreme unwillingness, was, Sloe-Juice, Logwood, Blackberry. This appeared to the writer sufficiently like a parody on Cobweb, Moth, and Mustard-seed, in the Midsummer Night's Dream ...

May Oama

... recreations” were succeeded, in the 19th centnry, by ale-houses, which (thanks to modern legislation) bang now as thick as blackberries on every hedge, with skittle alleys attached; (bat, liuleud of healthful games the village green, on holydsyi, beer and ...

Published: Thursday 06 May 1858
Newspaper: Dorset County Chronicle
County: Dorset, England
Type: Article | Words: 1783 | Page: 16 | Tags: none

SOUTHERN TIMES

... recreations were succeeded, iu Use 19th century, by ale-Wises, which (thanks to modern legislation) hang now as thick as blackberries on every hedge, with skittle alleys attached ; so that, instead of healthful games on the village green, on hulydays, beer ...

Ebt Corrtsponbent

... 600 f.; Marguisses, 4000; Counts, 3001.; Viscounts, 200 f.; Barons, 1000 As to the sham titles, which are u plentiful as blackberries, make them pay double, so that the turkeys will pay more than the peacocks for parading their tails. Such a tax will not ...

NOTICES OF NEW PUBLICATIONS

... from all this I must turn away, must let them rot they lie. and be as though they never had been, for I must go and gather blackberries and earth-nuts, or pick mushrooms and gild oak-apples for the palates and fancies of chance customers. I must abrogate ...

Published: Saturday 22 May 1858
Newspaper: Western Times
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 2988 | Page: 9 | Tags: none

THE CAPTURE OF KOTAH

... learned the superiority of cross over direct fire; eight o’clock came. The big wigs assembled, and soldier^ were as thick as blackberries everywhere near the place of rendezvous. The Rajah rode up with his gallant band of excessively irreguLr-iookiug troops ...

Published: Friday 28 May 1858
Newspaper: Shepton Mallet Journal
County: Somerset, England
Type: Article | Words: 1800 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

by twenty or thirty other officers. M. de Pune I wounds the officer slightly, when a reconciliation is effected ..

... learned the enperiority of cross over direct fire; eight o’clock came. The big wigs assembled, and soldiers were as thick blackberries everywhere near the place of rendezvous. The Rajah rode np with his gallant band of excessively irregular-looking troops ...

THE CAPTURE OF KOTAH

... learned the superiority of cross over direct lire;' eight o'clock came. lie big wigs assembled, and soldiers were thick as blackberries everywuere near place of rendezvous. The Rajah rode up with his gallant hand of excessively irregultr-looking troops, ana ...