First-ciass Journalists.- is say that first-class journali ts, in whatever party look for them, are not as ..

... First-ciass Journalists.- is say that first-class journali ts, in whatever party look for them, are not as plentiful as blackberries. If consider what such a man ought to be, we shall overwhelmed with the multiplicity its requirments. He must be good scholar ...

Published: Saturday 02 May 1874
Newspaper: Burnley Gazette
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 826 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

THE FIELD NATURALISTS' SOCIETY

... distinction with greater vividness than an, *>ther- Mr. Grindon believes thataU the different kinds of blackberry are derived from one type. The blackberry a ioDected fruit, each separate part being like an exceeding*. ? email plum, and is called drupaola ...

Published: Tuesday 08 September 1874
Newspaper: Manchester Evening News
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1433 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

AGRICULTURE, &c

... as an excellent addition to Blackberries for tarts in autumn. I merely mention this to point out tbat I do not claim the discovery of the excellence of these berries mixed. In North Wales, at many of tbe farmers,' Blackberry tarts are the only ones you ...

Published: Saturday 26 March 1870
Newspaper: Lancaster Gazette
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1559 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

SIX WEEKS' TRIP IN THE PIEDMONT DIS.TRICT OF VIRGINIA

... purposes, owing to their being easily worked, and ol great dura- bility. Wild fruits consist of blackberry and dewbeny— something like bat mnch larger tban our blackberry — which in the summer time form the largest portion of the negro's food when not in work ...

Published: Saturday 24 February 1872
Newspaper: Lancaster Gazette
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3662 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

WIDNES PETTY SESSIONS,

... informations. The summons for breach of the peace was dismissed. In the other case a tine of 2s. fid. and costs was inflicted. Blackberrying and Trespassing.— John Hewitt was charged with assaulting John Foley, a lad, seven years of age, on the 27th of August ...

POETRY SCRAPS

... the coral Trete. Two gentlemen passing a blackberry bush when the fruit was unripe. one said it was ridiculous to call them blackberries when they were red. Don't you know,' said his friend, that blackberries are a wa y, red when they are green. Husband ...

SPORT™ INTELLIGEm BRISTOL AND WESTERN COUNTIES STEEPLECHASES—Thbrsdav. The AVON HURDLE RACE of 50 vs, added to ..

... Brown’s Fez. ] 4 yrs Mr Burton’s lsattle*l Mr G W Shackleford’s cry, aged Shilling, Mr H Cowley’s Rambling 'Capt .Stirling’s Blackberry, Kate, fcgod j aged Mr Cowley’s Amorica,. CaptThorold’s Merlin,tgod aged Warner’s Inez, aged •Mr Darby’s Pearl Klng,i*3 ...

Published: Friday 17 March 1876
Newspaper: Liverpool Daily Post
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1620 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

IN MIRROR, Sept. 21, 1878

... bridge, where as saw en engine pass underneath, and on going further p r odor up to tie, anti told us to goo and get some blackberries. lie then left us, lout cone again when we were near another gate. lie give me a peony, and took all to a wicket through ...

SHOCKING OUTRAGE BY A BOY

... aged thirteen, Denyer, at Bromley. The complainant said he was in a field gathering blackberries from the hedge, when the prisoner came and laid claim to the blackberries had gathered. Complainant put them on tbe ground, when he was struck with a stick ...

TWO MEN SUPPOSED TO BE DROWNED AT BROMBOROUGH

... together—' arranged to go out at early hour morning to pick blackberries. Shepherd accordingly called upon Hollis at six o'clock the following morning, but, instead of going to pick blackberries they changed their minds, and agreed to the shore the nei ...

Published: Thursday 16 September 1875
Newspaper: Liverpool Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 280 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

SO-CALLED AMERICANISMS

... Sir Walter S ott, by Thomas Hsghes, in Tom Brown, and *y a great many other British writers of recognisec position. ' * Blackberry, to which Mr. Bartlett says that this term universally used in the United 8 ates for the English brambleberry, has been ...

Published: Saturday 15 June 1878
Newspaper: Burnley Advertiser
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 699 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

F Company

... being on the line of the pipeb laid through the field. About six years ago he had interfered with defendant gathering blackberries. had seep the defendant's sheep run after dogs, but the dog did belong him any other employd of the Liverpool Corporation ...

Published: Monday 22 June 1874
Newspaper: Bolton Evening News
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 743 | Page: 3 | Tags: none