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STALYBRIDGE BOROUGH COURT

... doubt in the case, they were dismissed. Hawking Blackberries. Ann Moran was charged with unlawfully selling fruit within the limits of the Market Act.—Constable Anderton saw the woman hawking blackberries in Grosvenor-street, about midday, on the 2nd of ...

SINGULAR WAR INCIDENT

... are provocative mirth, and form subjects for camp stories for months after. I have seen soldiers chase hares and pick blackberries when a shower of the leaden messengers of death was falling thick and fast around them, and do many other cool and foolish ...

CORRESPONDENCE

... FRUIT. . t0 ,> The entire state is admirably adapted tion of fruit. Apples, peaches, plun*> ce s, rants, strawberries, blackberries, at* n and nectarines reach a rare size and a* ll Trees and vines grow rapidly, and J% climate is so genial that farmers ...

STALYBRIDGE BOROUGH COURT

... , and thinking he had been doing something wrong, he asked him what he had been after. He said he had been looking fer blackberries. He was sure the defendant was the boy.—Defendant: How could see me when I was in St. John’s School yard ?—Witness: you ...

SAD ACCIDENT AT GARSTON

... power, but the poor girl was beyond the reach of all surgical skill. appears that the boy had wandered away in search of blackberries, and had fallen into the pond when his screams arrested the attention of the nurse, who rushed into the water, but could ...

VEGETABLE.-3

... the rest, the prize for which fell to James Belfluld. Pears, Thomas Moors. Raspberries, Thomas Taylor, John Greenwood. Blackberries, W. Herod, W. Brierley. Siberian Crabs, T. Moorhouse, Gooseberries, John Travis, John Knott Vegetables. —Onions (white) ...

NOTICE

... Samuel Hughes, employed at Clayton Vale Printworks, were taking a walk in some fields adjoining, when they saw bundle under blackberry bush in a hedge bottom about two yards from the footpath. Etchells got apiece of wire and poked the bundle with it, when ...

DROYLSDEN

... and J. Greenwood. Beans, J. Greenwood and Thomas Kershaw. Peas, 1 and 2. John Greenwood. Cucumber, J. Greenwood and Moor. Blackberry, 1 and 2, James Belfield. Raspberry, J. Belfteld and J. Robertson. Gooseberry, J. Robertson and J. Greenwood. Plums, John ...

LECTURES AT ASHTON BY MR. THOMAS COOPER

... for us. Why did He destroy people’s property ? This tree was no particular person’s property, any more than we look upon blackberries and the like as property. In Palestine nothing is more common than the wild fig tree, the prickly pear, and other fruits ...

Sales by Auction

... Hyde-lane, Hyde, upwards of twenty dozens of BRITISH WINES, part of a bankrupt’s stock, including port, currant, elderberry, blackberry, tent, mucadina, and raisin.— Sale to commence at five o’clock p. m. Auctioneer’s Offices, Hyde-lane, Hyde, Household Furniture ...

HYDE

... labyrinths the better, the more difficult its execution the more pleasing ; and a man, too, who, had he gathered as many blackberries read “minims and semibreves,” or even many pins as he has pricked “sweeps’ heads” (notes), would be considerably richer ...

LEES

... and G. Hinchliffe. Ujwkofitable Costomers.— On Monday, old mail, named John Knight, more commonly known the soubriquet of Blackberry Cake,” suffered a slight mishap, when coining from the shippon at Hopkin Mill to the road. At this point the turnpike rather ...