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... when the fruit was swipe, one mid it was Modems to call these when were rad. Don't you kne Meek w, said Mend, ' that blackberries are always red whim age geom. A eansedian once arranged with his greengrooer, one Deny, to pay him quarterly ; but the ...

Published: Saturday 06 January 1883
Newspaper: Brighouse News
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 642 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

THE MISSING STEAMER QUEBEC

... apples, and 44 of winter apples. Pears do not thrive as well as apples. Plums, peaches, cherries, rasps, strawberries, blackberries, currants (black and red), are all largely cultivated and pay well. Goose-berries are not cultivated to any extent. Grapes ...

Published: Saturday 10 February 1883
Newspaper: Knaresborough Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 7917 | Page: 3, 4 | Tags: none

MAGAZINES FOR FEBRUARY

... table talk. J. S. Virtue & Co., 294, City Road. exquisite etching F. M. Regamey, from the late G. H. Mason's picture of the Blackberry' Gatherers, forms the principal plate in the February number of tbe Art Journal. The Works of Alma- are the subject of ...

Published: Saturday 10 February 1883
Newspaper: Yorkshire Gazette
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1624 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

INUNDATIONS IN GERMANY

... tall apples, and 44 of winter apples. Fears do not thrive as well apples. Plums, peaches, cherries, rasps, strawberries, blackberries, currants (black and redware all largely cultivated and pay well. Goose-berries are not cultivated to any extent. Grapes ...

SCOTLAND

... but stumpy body, with a abort tail and sets almostaeything nan get—roots ot plantain and dandelion, birds' egea. sloes, blackberries, rats, mice, shrews, frogs, toads. sod beetles aye. and lika tbe bears ten. ha tar great fancy for honey. Many time Ihave ...

SOMAKY OF NEWS

... ocean. j Poltical doctors who can discover the latent causes of, and diagnose national disease, are as j i plentiful as blackberries; but an impersonal; ' spirit of evil does not so readily approve itself : to the consciousness of credulous Tories as a ...

Published: Thursday 01 March 1883
Newspaper: Sheffield Independent
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4407 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

A LAND OF PEACHES

... neighbourhood of Sydney such fruits as the peach nectarine, apricot, plum fi g, grape , cherry, and orange are as plentiful as blackberries. The orangeries and orchards of New South Wales are among sights and in the neighbourhood of Sydney and round Port Jackson ...

THE ATTACK ON LADY DIXIE

... attempt having been made, it is stated, murder Lady Florence Dixie. At this rate- Fenian outrages will become as plentiful as blackberries, and what even worse a feeling of deadly animosity will spring between England and Ireland which must I have calamitous ...

Published: Monday 19 March 1883
Newspaper: Bradford Daily Telegraph
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1250 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

THE ROMANCE OF A.!DOEE

... eye could reach on one Bide of me ; on the other, a low grass bank, almost covered with long trails of small-leaved ivy, blackberry bushes, and long feathery moss, separated me from the woods. Soon I came to a break on the left, like a gateway without ...

Published: Saturday 24 March 1883
Newspaper: Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3779 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

RE WRIQRT AND BON,

... and good as she was witty and lovely. No wonder she was considere s leaky girl, and that, lovers were as plentiful as blackberries.? Or .that Peggy had the F ick and choice of the likeliest boys in the township; for like the famous Widow Malone She ...

Published: Saturday 24 March 1883
Newspaper: Knaresborough Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2701 | Page: 6, 7 | Tags: none

Chaptee XXVII.—An Adventuress

... Known them? In my country, said the Contessa (who was not au Italian at all), they are as plentiful as in England — blackberries. People with noble names, with noble ola houses, with children who must never learn anything, never be anything, because ...

Published: Saturday 21 April 1883
Newspaper: Sheffield Independent
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 7730 | Page: 16 | Tags: none