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GRECIAN THEATRE

... surrounded by servile toadies, calls a council for the consideration of a very important question. Unless the charmed blackberries, which are to renew the power of his kingdom for spreading venom and making human kind unkind to each other, be discovered ...

NOTES ON NEWS

... hundred persons. Floods of this kind are, however, are told, means uncommon, and that “violent storms” as plentiful as blackberries autumn. On one or two occasions, indeed, the island has been almoet destroyed hurricanes. Altogether St. Kitts is not a ...

Published: Saturday 17 January 1880
Newspaper: The Sportsman
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 2405 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

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... stilighter was incemest. Tired of shooting in the gardens cur. roaming the town. where men with guns were*. plentiful as blackberries, and were inilistrimivately tiring In every &motion, we went off to out. lying eardene, about a mile dieunt. thwigh the ...

Published: Saturday 31 January 1880
Newspaper: Field
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1271 | Page: 18, 19 | Tags: none

The return of Mr, Clarke for Southwark by fifty-six votes more than were polled for both his opponents is without

... conflicting claims must always oe heavy enough to drive any committee to the borders despair. Good candidates do not grow like blackberries on every hedge. They are not to be picked every wayside. Every allowance is to be made for the difficulties of choosing ...

Published: Monday 16 February 1880
Newspaper: London Daily News
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1397 | Page: 4 | Tags: Commerce 

THE DAILY TELEGRAPH, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1880

... them, any more then to a sapper, nothing seems too difficult, and when they have really made Koh.i moors plentiful as blackberries, the pound sterling will begin to be in danger. If we 'mistake not, it was Sir William Marcourt who originated the phrase ...

HALLEY'S MOUNT

... Peak, the culminating point of St. Helena. Here a few roughly-squared blocks of tufa, now over grown with wild-pepper and blackberry brambles, are all that remain to mark the site of Edmund Halley's observatory, where 200 years ago he noted the transit ...

Published: Saturday 28 February 1880
Newspaper: The Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 276 | Page: 30 | Tags: none

ELEVEN STALL STABLE

... Cock, • brown gelding. 54. I'eter, • brown gelding. The above have been driven together, and in single harness. -- 55. Blackberry, • brown nob; quiet to ride and drive, with good action. The following Horses, that have been driven in a team and are ...

Published: Saturday 28 February 1880
Newspaper: Sporting Gazette
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 245 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

I« 4 tilli; M'AU LINE. —We«t-ond Areata, \* ?? \ ! i \ ?? ai.il M»N, il and 43, ViadJoK-stlvel,

... f.3. COCK, a Brown Gelding. £4. PETER, a Brown Gelding. Ihe above have been u riven together, and in single harness. to. BLACKBERRY, a Blown Cob ; quiet to ride and drive, with good action. The Following Horses, that have bees ?? ix a team, and aie quiet ...

Published: Saturday 28 February 1880
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 20164 | Page: 1, 4, 8 | Tags: Classifieds 

ASAB BAY

... the culmninating point of St. llelena. Here a few roughly-squared blocks of tufa, now over- grown with wildl-pel)er and blackberry brambles, are all that remain to mark the site of Edmund Ialley's observatory, where 200 years ago he noted the transit ...

Published: Saturday 28 February 1880
Newspaper: Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1888 | Page: 31 | Tags: News 

THE REFEKYLE

... Old Bailey. It speaks volumes for the spread of Christianity and edueaticat that these young ladies are now as common as blackberries. The Duke of Edinburgh, who has gone to fetch his Duchess home from St. Petersburg, is provided with every requisite in ...

Published: Sunday 29 February 1880
Newspaper: The Referee
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 5423 | Page: 7, 8 | Tags: none