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Eddowes's Journal, and General Advertiser for Shropshire, and the Principality of Wales

PLENTIFUL AS BLACKBERRIES

... 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 ...

WENLOCK

... Davies. The defendant was there. He ordered her off. She said she was getting blackberries, and she would go when she liked. 1 said if she didn’t 1 would take her blackberries from her. I took her basket and shook the berries out. She took stone, which ...

INDIGESTION.—BILIOUS HEADACHE

... and ten years, and residing at Smethwick, went into the country gather blackberries. They wandered far Warley Wigorn, where the prisoner resides, and l*egan gathering blackberries from hedge which mi •am ted hi* garden from the meadow the boy* wore in ...

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... Reotlemen I'iw.ing , blwokh-rt. Limb -h.o fruit unripe, one eaid it ndirulou. ell them blackberries .hen the, were red. you know, said hie friend, that blackberries ate always red when AlUhe B a°rnt. of the native is in bis simplicity, as in the case ...

CHETWVND

... There was food for man and beast, not forgetting those wild creatures who peculiarly “seek th. ir meat from God.” The blackberries and acorns, the wheat, barley, and oats, were the best commentary on the words the banner over the communion— * He giveth ...

EDDOWES’S SHREWSBURY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1885

... being relieved with single dahlias of various hues. From the ledge depended blackberry leaves aud fruit, ferns, and a fringe of oats, while the capital was adorned with blackberry leaves and fruit, oak leav* s aud the apples, double and single dahlias, ferns ...

THE SHREWSBURY JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1884

... then gave her penny and subsequently half-penny. Afterwards she went to the Potterie* line and got under track to get some blackberries. Prisoner followed, and went under the track after her, and repeated the assault in more aggravated form.—Elisa Williams ...

EDDOWES’S aWHEWSBPBY JOURNAL AND SALOPIAN JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14. 1879

... subscriptions. The estimated cost of the wall is about Fatal Accident.— Mr. W. B. Allen held inquest on the 4th inst. at Blackberry Hill, Ruyton, on the body John Pritchard, aged 48, who died on Saturday, May 3rd, from injuries received a horse putting ...

TRIADS OF PRISONERS

... Somerset. the last day the old year youth called Nelder, of this town, picked very fine bunch ripe blackberries Exeter Hill; and on New Year’s Dav several blackberries and fine bnnch of ripe ones were also found in the hedge-rows near the Ottery Road Station ...