THE NEW YEAR'S GIFT

... family as if I had been born and bred among them. I found that I had come in a critical time, when secrets were plentiful as blackberries. It being New Tear's week, all the little hoarded resources of the children, both of money and ingenuity, were in brisk ...

Published: Saturday 01 January 1870
Newspaper: Huddersfield Chronicle
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4035 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

flikaller Waded

... use a upon summarily dismissing him, and refused to entertain his application for a fair and reasonable common idiom, as blackberries. There can be no doubt that the Nationalists looked upon the Watkin Williams, M.P., met his constituents el die Denbigh ...

Published: Thursday 06 January 1870
Newspaper: Bristol Daily Post
County: Bristol, England
Type: Article | Words: 3178 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

STEAM TO NEW YORK FROM SOUTH- AMPTON.-MAIL LINE. The magnificent Clyde-buUt steamers of the NORTH GERMAN LLOYD ..

... AMANUENSIS and ATTENDANT on an ELDERLY or INVALID LADY. Been accustomed to nursing: good testimonials. Address Delta, 9, Blackberry- terrace, Bevois- valley, Southampton. WANTED, a respectable Person, of active habits, to TAKE CHARGE of THREE YOUNG CHILDREN ...

Published: Saturday 08 January 1870
Newspaper: Hampshire Advertiser
County: Hampshire, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 29710 | Page: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 | Tags: Classifieds 

Infringement or the Vaccination Act.—It «■

... afforded a good opportunity of knowing the duke’s character. His lordship said anecdotes of Wellington were as plentiful as blackberries, and related large number, amongst which was the following:—After a celebrated victory the troops were complained of ...

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... name, and of the shepherd tending { his flocks on the slopes of Sedgley; of slag heaps being covered with vegetation ; of blackberries being as abundant as beerhouses ; of clear and balmy air without a vestige of I smoke; and of handsome buildings of Gothic ...

Published: Saturday 08 January 1870
Newspaper: Staffordshire Advertiser
County: Staffordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1346 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

SOUTHERN TIMES. TRIAL OF PRISONEIIB

... fox now took a straight lino over the beautiful vale, which is intersected by fencing of all descriptions and as ripe as blackberries in summer : nothing but a good one could live with tho hounds. Onward they pressed him, passing Witham Friary, and on to ...

SOUTHAMPTON

... whether we are likely soon to forget their aversion to compulsion,” even though the reasons of the League be as plentiful as blackberries.” Then again, the Leaguers say as it would be unfair to subject the honest workman to the mortification of feeling himself ...

A nr.Mil OF conns. I* A. 1.

... open is covered wi'.h pretty snow-white mass, that one can only tread on with regret, nr cist which grow red, blue, and blackberri .-s in surprising abundance, alford tig -• to rayri ids .>f the f- athoro i tribes, of which /d u (> i't/e arc most numcriAis ...

Published: Thursday 13 January 1870
Newspaper: Inverness Courier
County: Inverness-shire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 2524 | Page: 3, 4 | Tags: none

TURF NOTES AND GOSSIP

... the most astute speculator in London to secure many 1,000 to 10 chances which a few years back were almost as numerous as blackberries on a bush. Nevertheless, if the wish for wagering upon the Spring Handicaps has diminished or departed from its former ...

Published: Friday 14 January 1870
Newspaper: Newcastle Journal
County: Northumberland, England
Type: Article | Words: 342 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

THEATRE ROYAL, MANCHESTER,

... EVERY EVENING at o’clock. SINBAD THE SAILOR. DREAD THE NEW BANKRUPTCY ACT. Bankrupts are. just now, as numerous almost as blackberries in September, as is evident from last week’s Gazette, which contained the longest I'st ever registered in one week in the ...

MINTIDTG NOTES

... matter in question, we regret to elate, had net come baud. Hunting accidents, we regret to state, continue to be plentiful blackberries. Sir Henry Hoare met with a bad fall on Monday last, during a run with Baron Rothschild's staghounds, but. we are glad ...

Published: Saturday 15 January 1870
Newspaper: Sporting Gazette
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 2119 | Page: 10 | Tags: none

NEWS OF THE DAY

... linlgel.rs : so says or sings Mr. TrNsyson,,. Those who caro to look for illustrations of the truism, may Iild. them like blackberries, onl every bush. Sihropblhiro furnllisjhes the latest specimen, in the pers(on of one of thne inehabems for that county ...

Published: Tuesday 18 January 1870
Newspaper: Birmingham Daily Post
County: Warwickshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2974 | Page: 3 | Tags: News