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VARIETIES

... asurgeon ?-Beeause they both mew-til-late. An Irishmar was once asked if he had ever seen a red blackberry. ' To be sure I have, said Pat- all blackberries ate red ahen they are green! At a late conference 'session, a clergyman gave a reason why the ...

Published: Wednesday 29 April 1874
Newspaper: Exeter Flying Post
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 1022 | Page: 6 | Tags: News 

POETRY

... a lift from the bull there. 'Tis delightful to range the woods when they change, And the nuts get riper and riper, And blackberries sweet invite you to eat, -If you don't get a bite from a viper. It's charming to float with the tide, in your boat, When ...

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... houses with sheet-lead. Perhaps it was the same man who saw a white blackbird sitting on a wooden noile-sloto eating a red blackberry. A German pedlar was asked if it Woe not very heavy work corrying a big pack shout day after day. Oh, yes, he replied ...

Published: Wednesday 27 August 1873
Newspaper: Exeter Flying Post
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 920 | Page: 6 | Tags: News 

Trewman's Exeter flying Post

... such a step, we might soon find them, as good in quality as are those now brought against the Church of England, thick as blackberries on Autumn hedges. Ws protested while the general election was pro- ceeding against its being fought so very much over the ...

Published: Wednesday 13 May 1874
Newspaper: Exeter Flying Post
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 1600 | Page: 5 | Tags: News 

POETRY

... the little laggard stay ! So swift of foot as she ever has been It is not so far, by the meadow way, To the lane where the blackberry vines begin. Her mother stands in the doorwaaFtbere, Shading her eyes from the setting sun, And up and down, with an anxious ...

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... M Man, be I wad like it better if it wio warm. a, iA mud-turtle can neither 'ly, sing, gallop, laugh, ory, or n' go blackberrying, and yet if they 'are let alone, they can Ret lw along just as well as the young man who tries to be funny at a 3c | A ...

Published: Wednesday 17 December 1879
Newspaper: Exeter Flying Post
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 1790 | Page: 6 | Tags: News 

Trewman's Exeter Flying Post

... and most precious gifts on its bosom. an lieutenant CxsaRzom tells us of picking wild nut- Ec E megs, as though they were blackberries, and there is E no choice and costly luxury in our markets that the N rich soil and magnificent climate of Africa would ...

Published: Wednesday 19 April 1876
Newspaper: Exeter Flying Post
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 1906 | Page: 5 | Tags: News 

POETRY

... boy pulls forth a mouse's nest. And then the tempting bramuble-wreatths invite the babes again, Their pretty mouths with blackberries so sweet and ripe to stain; And many as brown nut slips its sheath to share, poor ittle thing, A burstingpocket with a ...

CASTLE OF EXETER

... it appeared that one day in the month of August, 1872, she went out on the Stoke-road for the purpose of picking some blackberries. Prisoner led her up into Stoke Wo ods, and assaulted har. She screamed, and a Mr. Gifford came to her, when prisoner ran ...

A BATCH OF EPIGRAMS

... word remarked, moreover, will probably bethought IP To indicate compteteness, and so it ought. ot VHAT'S IN A NAME 7 at Blackberries, the proverb says, t Are not really black always. 3i Thin saew is edged with reason, It As we have seen this season ...

LITERATURE

... I our fate's the same If he sball e'er Bnd me or you siok. Compliments to the fair sex are,, of course, as plentiful as blackberries in a Devonehire lane:- The world must now two Venuses adore Ten are the Muses, and the Graces hour. Such Dora's wit, so ...

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... with sheet-lead. Perhaps it al was the same man who saw a white blackbird sitting on a 38 wooden mile-stone, eating a red blackberry. [e A swell, while being measured for a pair of boots t, observed, Make them cover the calf. Impossible l ex- t.. claimed ...