... party bent on blackberrying. The very wordpossesses a fascination in itself, recalling as it does pleasant- memories of bygone days, when we were wont to play truant from school and spend the greater portion of the time a-blackberrying a weakness that ...


... BLACKBERRY JAM. Tke istdical prepartiM for which the blackberry i* famed, partly in reUtiow to ailment*, but more especially is regard to bronchial and cheat affection*, bare always been ackoowlodirad by the medical prefeesioo, and imagine that it would ...

Published: Saturday 01 October 1887
Newspaper: Weekly Irish Times
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 910 | Page: 1 | Tags: none


... TURNED UP AND BLACKBERRIES. Such are the somewhat s tit** of the pieces constituting the bill of fare the Opera next week. Blackberries, with whieb the evening's commences, is mer'y.-'raa>a a- Tvrned Up, and which Willie Edonin Alice Atherton have ...

Published: Saturday 19 November 1887
Newspaper: Northampton Mercury
County: Northamptonshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 280 | Page: 5 | Tags: none


... PLENTIFUL BLACKBERRIES. A lsrg>* of Royal and Imperial guests are stayin*.' at l'’i*d* ii*l'org Castle, and will remain for the Cart the end the month. Th® party comprises the Ling am- t.'* ern of Denmark, the King of Greece, with bis son> ■.••■igo and ...


... “TURNED UP” AND “BLACKBERRIES.” OFERA TO-NIGHT TACH EVENING A MATINEE PANTOMIME 07 HOUSE, FORMOSA. BATDEDAY. HUMPTY DOM BTB. FIVE NIOI TORQUAY. Character* Helen Mathew*, J. C. Soiitb, a J. Wilson, Ac., and Messrs. John Rowse, Mark Mom Mcllor, Lytton ...

Published: Wednesday 02 March 1887
Newspaper: Western Morning News
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 44 | Page: 4 | Tags: none


... rhe fruit of the dwarf crimson bramble, ortics.*. which, if not actu lly the blackberry of moder-i times. ws« probably similar to it. Then, ag-in, the extract of blackberries is admit ted on all sides capable of bring transformed into jelly far turpassmg ...


... might with advantage be tried, at any rate as an experiment, on this side of the Atlantic, Here in England the bramble, or blackberry, is confined-save in a few isolated instances wwhere its development has been attemnptdJ, and not without success-to one ...

Published: Monday 19 September 1887
Newspaper: Pall Mall Gazette
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 661 | Page: 5 | Tags: News 


... IN THE BLACKBERRY TIME. A Tale in Two Chapters. r. The scene was a shady walk in a wood of young oak and ash saplings, on whose trunks tiny patches of sunlight were splashed wherever the leaves overhead were not too dense to allow the inn's rays to filter ...

Published: Thursday 13 October 1887
Newspaper: South Wales Echo
County: Glamorgan, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 2044 | Page: 4 | Tags: News 


... BLACKBERRIES! Plnyad oxer 200 in London. Followed by tba Original Melo-Dramatio Paroioal Oomady in 3 Acte, eatitiad TURNED UP. Aai 1 A Beafs*. Aet .a. A Storm. Act m. Hurricane. Admission Stalls, ss. & 4a. Inner Circle 2s. Balcony Is. Plan Box ...

Published: Friday 11 February 1887
Newspaper: Cambridge Chronicle and Journal
County: Cambridgeshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 89 | Page: 5 | Tags: none


... IN THE BLACKBERRY TIME. A Tale in Two Chapters. II. Eva looked frantically around. Tar. long, binding, dusty road seemed deserted; in the fields the cattle only were grazing and t'ae black rooks seeking food. She set her teeth, and averting all her Strength ...

Published: Friday 14 October 1887
Newspaper: South Wales Echo
County: Glamorgan, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 2148 | Page: 4 | Tags: News