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FREEMAN’S EXM.OUTH JOURNAL—SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7 1876

... with a very small, old portmanteau, and little shattered bandbox. Resahe was right—Mrs. Kantwell entered the room. EMMA’S BLACKBERRYING. Wjtat mellow, (folden crust day it wag ! Just such one as makes inToluntarily step aside from crushing the worm in our ...

Published: Saturday 07 October 1876
Newspaper: Exmouth Journal
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 4130 | Page: 7, 8 | Tags: none

DISTRIOT NEWS

... rushes in the bottoms. The blackberries referred were probably black cherries, or Devonshire mazzards, which are generally retailed about the price mentioned. Tbe idea of country people paying 4d a pound for blackberries in a place where they could ...

Published: Friday 25 February 1876
Newspaper: Western Times
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 12116 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

SUMMERSTOWN

... heather, and rushes iv the bottoms. The blackberries referred were probably black cherries, or Devonshire which are generally retailed about the price mentioned. The idea of country people paying 4d a pound for blackberries in a place where they could pick any ...

Published: Wednesday 23 February 1876
Newspaper: Western Times
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 354 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

THE QUEEN'S DRAWING-ROOM

... velours Indienne, trimmed with the same and tulle; train and corsage of blue satin brocade, ornamented with fine old lace and blackberry fruit and blossom. Headdress, plume and lappets ornaments, pearls and diamonds. Lady Clinton—A train and corsage of pink ...

Published: Monday 15 May 1876
Newspaper: Western Times
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 678 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

THE QUEEN'S DRAWING-ROOM

... leaves, plume, of blue velours Indienne, trimmed d tulie ; train and corsage of blue satin brokr°m with fine old lace ana blackberry fruit and 4teoD^ ddiess ' plum ...

Published: Tuesday 16 May 1876
Newspaper: Western Times
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 596 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

ST. MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS, EXETER

... candles of a length extraordinary. The rails at the head of the altar steps were also decorated in fine style with corn, blackberries, and redberries, and laid on the top step were likewise cucumbers, vegetable marrows, and tomatoes, and, above everything ...

Published: Saturday 30 September 1876
Newspaper: Western Times
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 703 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

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 ...

Court and Fashion

... dress bonnets these are placed, en panache, curving gracefully, and have a most distingue appearance. Fruits, especially blackberries, of all shades, are much worn; the little grains that enliven the hedges and fancy grasses are also greatly in favour for ...

Published: Friday 06 October 1876
Newspaper: Exeter and Plymouth Gazette
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 1814 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

FASHIONS FOR OCTOBER

... dress bonnets these are placed, en panache, curving gracefully, and have a most distingue appearance. Fruits, especially blackberries, of are much worn ; the little grains that enliven the hedges and fancy grasses are also greatly in favour for this month's ...

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... become of me ? Ter. (holding the Doctor’s hand, and laying the other on Patty’s shoulder): Jemima—Grub—Doable Smut—Mole—Blackberry—Plumbago! You shall I stay the pot well, for you shall be the earth—the I dirt! Jemima. Patty. Tebbuce. Docroa. G. M. Fenn ...

Published: Saturday 23 December 1876
Newspaper: East & South Devon Advertiser
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 1363 | Page: 3, 4 | Tags: none

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 

Exeter Gazette SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1876. Affairs in Turkey seem to be getting worse rather than better. The ..

... energies upon the Income-tax, and demonstrations against the bad faith of the Government, promise to be as thick as blackberries in autumn.. Fortunately for the interests of truth, this taunt has already fonnd expression in the House of Commons. And ...