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SIDLI.K. BAR•H BERNHARDT

... into an inquiry as to the season for the arms net acme of entertains Lat of eirdimeg welcome. Though not as pleatifal as blackberries. they are at least pleatifsl enough, sad are not so far hidden away as to be beyond the retch of every reader. It is to ...

A PRUSSIAN SPI

... military pheno- menon who ifbut Prllfßilillll3 like sparrows, and to whom the helmets of hie dead enemies were as plentiful as blackberries—should now turn out to have been nothing but a Prussian spy, must go far towards exhausting the fund of Parisian credulity ...

MEANT. TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1870. SUMMARY

... the impertinent inquirer, replying, most likely, in the very convincing words of John that if reasons were as plenty as blackberries le: would not deign to make use of one. Mr. Arthur was particularly wroth with the late Commission which inquired . into ...

ROYAL COMMISSION ON PRIMARY EDUCATION

... Mahe the late Government, Royal Commissions be. 1811 to 1819, diminishing to half that amount in 1826. came as plenty as blackberries; but the commission The total grants in 90 yeses up to the close of the seas whose title appears at the head of this letter ...

Published: Thursday 16 February 1871
Newspaper: Ulster Examiner and Northern Star
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 3377 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

WHERE ARE THE MOTHERS?

... supplemented by a Waste—The following is an American third, under the appropriate title of ÜBle Dace. At recipe for making blackberry wine =Lem& the berries Naples, 11 LOG., in reference to the eacrod banner of with a woolen pestle in a wooden tub er bucket; ...

TENANT-EIGHT CONFERENCE

... public auction. humanity was precious is those early d a y., the pepulatien was ;intone, tenant§ were not quit! '• plenty as blackberries,' and he Ulster landlord, provided their recta were paid. never troubled thi ni. selves stout individual purchase.. WO ...

Published: Wednesday 21 January 1874
Newspaper: Ulster Examiner and Northern Star
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 4005 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

foe four calendar mootha—we would feel

... mould. Daring the diagracetal Orange riots of , last August threatening notices served on Catholics were as plentiful blackberries. Men of most respectable osition and of untlemished character, who were in no way whatever mixed up with the procession ...

Published: Wednesday 02 April 1873
Newspaper: Ulster Examiner and Northern Star
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 3777 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: none

THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF THE BANK ACT

... 2; Reedneer, 3. Niee ran. Oreprell Bill Plate—Stornoway, 1 ; Ondisa, f; Bethford, S. Four ran. Hur t.re' S. Nice ran. ,1; Blackberry, 1; Beabel, - o(:lll;;;iiandicap—Prospar, 1; Thetis, Who& deo. S. Sic ran. btawarde Stakes—Mai Buell, 1; Patriaiaa, 2, Labeim ...

BARNEY MAGLONE ON JUDGE KEOGH

... reprobation—amen. It's you that are the luvly judge es purty ee two new Plethora an' an ould one. May the holy bush of blackberries grow at your grave, an' the infernal angels have you in their Waved keeping to all jennyretions never born. May all sorts ...

a the bigotry wheal% strikes its roots deepest in the tender nitride of youth has no ohmi t o to

... poet's fancy. They are types of a moot women who an. to be tonnd in every town and pariah of Iceland, and are se Gawk a blackberries in autumn. When Ireland is blessed with snob women, it is not surprising that the Knglieh Divorce Court, like many ether ...

CURIOUS CAWS OF

... whereon Mgr. Donnett renesta, • labs wee of your opportunities, my friend. The hare es either side of us are filled with blackberries; if we set to work together I will be bound we gather enough to pay you two days' dinners; it that did gather enough toray ...

Published: Monday 13 September 1875
Newspaper: Ulster Examiner and Northern Star
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 4545 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

Bmii OF ENGLAND

... havathey dame? Mr. lea—Things beyont contain' In the lint place, heirs' in a Maiden City, where the maids are as plenty as blackberries on a hedge, an' as party as a &rause of glory, they're both bachelors. Mr. O'Neill—But aren't you a bachelor yourself Mr ...

Published: Saturday 28 August 1869
Newspaper: Ulster Examiner and Northern Star
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 4156 | Page: 3, 4 | Tags: none