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... spirit flies about the country that night, and poisons all the blackberries. This was told on that night by very intelligent girl, who was walking borne to New Quay with load of blackberries. I congratulated her on her success. I tried to gather great lot ...

Published: Wednesday 07 December 1892
Newspaper: Oswestry Advertiser
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 839 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

OSWESTRY

... Almshouses, her tenants, and others, to the number of fifty, excellent and substantial repast. Blackberries at Christmas. —We were recently shown nnmber of blackberries gathered on Llanymyneeb Hill on Christmas Day. The berries appeared to be ripe, but doubtless ...

Published: Wednesday 10 January 1866
Newspaper: Oswestry Advertiser
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 935 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

refowil the occapier to pey, Mr Croft dutrained on » stack hay. The tenant waa away from home bat had

... notice. Nothing could done and they had leave, but they had to distrain on something, and in thdr disappoint' meat the blackberries which abundantly lined the hedges the side of the road suttered severely. At tiiamberwen Mr John Ashford owed 4s, and a ...

Published: Wednesday 08 October 1890
Newspaper: Oswestry Advertiser
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1037 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

A SHKET ALMANACK THAT CAN

... may call inserted reasoning will be found our report of an educational meeting em. do not expect reasons to plentiful as blackberries, or look for faultless logic even from the chairman of meeting called together to listen to & lecture on education; but ...

Published: Wednesday 12 December 1866
Newspaper: Oswestry Advertiser
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1658 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

THE NORTH WALES BAPTIST COLLEGE

... vcsca—Wood strawberry. Cmnmon. Rubus ChamaiQorus—Cloudberry, Selattyn. Rubus idans—Raspberry. Craigforda. Rubus fruticosus—Blackberry. Common. Rubus ccuaius—Dewberry. Frequent. Rom tomentoa—Downy-leaved rose. Pentregacr, lon. Rosa can ina—Common dog rose ...

Published: Wednesday 23 July 1890
Newspaper: Oswestry Advertiser
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1005 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

OSWESTKY

... Llynclya. Kuyton-of-the-Eleven-Towna:— Edward Jones, Wigmarsh; William Parry, Rough; Thomas Williams, Eardiston; Robert Wilde, Blackberry Hill. Whittington:—Richard Charles, hittington; Edward Venables, jun., Frankton; David Pritchard, Hindford; Richard Daria ...

Published: Wednesday 20 April 1859
Newspaper: Oswestry Advertiser
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1506 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

.■Jsw HARVEST THANKSGIVING SERVICES

... were very effective decorations of flowers and cralo. Th»nrm«i of the pews were also decorated with flowers, grain, and blackberries. Among those who assisted were Mrs Barnes, the Misses London. Mrs and the Misses Louden, the Misses Jones. Miss Dutton ...

Published: Wednesday 23 October 1889
Newspaper: Oswestry Advertiser
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1986 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

CHESTER

... and recognised at ence by the Mayor and some others of the magistrates, who knew the original. Sketches of the English blackberry and sundry plants, remarkably well drawn, were also shown to the Bench, who were unanimous in their expressions of regret ...

Published: Wednesday 08 August 1866
Newspaper: Oswestry Advertiser
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 928 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

THE ROVING OSWESTRIAN

... have to pound away at the thick beads a thoughtless public, and no result ensue? Instances and examples are as thick as blackberries—as thick indeed aa the heads to which I have alluded—of the disease and death that too surely follow the breach of sanitary ...

Published: Wednesday 17 October 1866
Newspaper: Oswestry Advertiser
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1076 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

CONFESSION OF THE MURDERER COE,

... deed which I meditated. After getting John Davies to make an engHg|iueDt in the afternoon Wood for the purpose of picking blackberries, at oue o’clock I went to borrow a hatchet. I carried it to the blacksmith’s shop. I bid it outside under bush, where it ...

Published: Wednesday 18 April 1866
Newspaper: Oswestry Advertiser
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 907 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

THE OSWESTRY AND BORDER COUNTIES ADVERTIZED. NOVEMBER 26, 1890

... for TyTeyrn, why should that teym bo Cynfarch? In the old days kings” (or chieftains, should now call them) were common blackberries in all Celtic countries. It occurs to me, by the way, that Canon Lee may possibly Intend tho word • Lord,’ by which he ...

Published: Wednesday 26 November 1890
Newspaper: Oswestry Advertiser
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1148 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

THE FLORA OF LLANBRYNMAIR

... u'rgweDjfn —Krwsiut. S. - W Ulow-kureU Spire**- Knruin hsly*- Rub** itla*h*— Raspberry—Mafonl 1 wjm. R. Jr til Branble, blackberry—Miami, M w jmr doon. Otur* Mr/ ...

Published: Wednesday 17 August 1892
Newspaper: Oswestry Advertiser
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 698 | Page: 3 | Tags: none