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BLACKBERRIES

... BLACKBERRIES. I pleased to sees short time ago in The Field attention direoted to this native trait. It is doobtlesa news to many, who live in the densely point. toted and highly cultivated portions of the country, to hear that the fruit of our common ...

Published: Saturday 24 October 1885
Newspaper: Field
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 243 | Page: 52 | Tags: none

SOME MAGAZINES

... filled the soul of the dreaming boy with love and delight and unutterable yearning. It fared no better in autumn, when the blackberry season set in. Joe went with his can to an old quarry where the brambles sent their runners over the masses of rubble thrown ...

PS NEWSPAPER

... best for anyone starting the cultivation of blackberries to try all the available sorts, especially the American kinds. By cultivating American varieties , I think we should certainly prolong the blackberry season, as, where I have seen them in gardens ...

Published: Saturday 24 October 1885
Newspaper: Field
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 775 | Page: 52 | Tags: none

-». — — Thu heavy intermittent rains that have lately fallen, after a Summer drought unusually pro- longed, ..

... them before they are ripe ; but a blackberry, Unless dead ripe, is the poorest of fruits, whereas when dead ripe it is almost the best. If you be a perpetual peripatetic in the lanes, you will sometimes find the blackberry pretending to rival the orange ...

Published: Tuesday 22 September 1885
Newspaper: London Evening Standard
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1609 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

JOHN BULL. THIS TH HISS HOLD OF AUTUMN

... paper, and went night ami sullocated drowned them their holes along the river or l»y the hedge bank. They are plentiful as blackberries, ami übiquitous. Cover the peaches and the plums can fully as you will, they will find their way under the muslin somehow*; ...

Published: Saturday 26 September 1885
Newspaper: John Bull
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1489 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

are not restricted to a narrow sum, and whore possible they should be inside the house. I have grown bettor

... should the be planted? [The bramble, blackberry, raspberry, dewberry, and clondberry are included in the genus Rubus, and belong both. liosaceie. Rebus rhaninl. folios and 8. oorylifollus furnish the blackberries of our hedges, and are well known to every ...

Published: Saturday 05 September 1885
Newspaper: Field
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1267 | Page: 20 | Tags: none

THE DAILY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER t, 1885

... 01111•011, and yellow. Resimiging along the coosarreide for such odd emoacices who have trod out what Leadorn tike nor the blackberries and this so they go, sod, harry this year observed bow emosplicoally *boobs% their berver• air her bombe wild truisms as ...

'AL CONSERVATORIES

... GRANDEST NOVELTY THAT HAS YET BEEN INTRODUCED. As the istrodacer• of the Wilson Junior Blackberry, we this delicious Raapberry EVEN MORE we did th e now popular W. J. Blackberry. ewes between • red Raspberry and • the jet black colour of the Blackbeef! = 6 :bit ...

Published: Saturday 28 November 1885
Newspaper: Field
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 274 | Page: 53 | Tags: none

A JOURNEY TO MOUNT KILIMA-NJARO, AFRICA: LIFE AT MOSHI

... homeward through the red lanes bordered with ilr.i- crenas, aloes, strychnia, and bramble, the latter covered with delicious blackberries, anil the strychnia, which is semi-cultivated by the natives, with tiny yellow fruit exactly resembling miniature oranges ...

EDGWARE PETTY SESSIONS,

... Park. He took a bolt off the fence and entered the garden. Witness called another man and stopped prisoner. He said he blackberry ing. Prisoner said the fence had been broken down, and that thousands of people crossed the place as a near cut to Exhi ...

Published: Friday 11 September 1885
Newspaper: Kilburn Times
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1397 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

RUPFED GROUSE SHOOTING IN THE EASTERN STATES

... about 50 acres in extent, and, as well as I can remember, about a mile from shore. It was covered with a thick growth of blackberry bushes, and a scattering belt of timber along the shores. The shooting was, therefore, quite open. Moreover, the birds had ...

Published: Saturday 09 May 1885
Newspaper: Field
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1337 | Page: 21 | Tags: none

WILD GARDENING AT CINTRL LODGE

... collinsia, de. Then as to the hedges. The brambles you saw were not all the common blackberry, but consist in pert of the double-flowered bramble and the large-fruited blackberry. MIS bitter I procured many years ago from Mr Rivers, but I have seen it growing ...

Published: Saturday 21 March 1885
Newspaper: Field
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 493 | Page: 52 | Tags: none