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Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland

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NORTH-EAST (BELFAST) SHOW

... than 15 2 hands and over, driven ?? prize. £8; second, £4; thbirdl, £2;--1, Hugh H Smiley's Drumalis, Larne, Approval and Blackberry ; 2. W Gaffikin's, Nottinghill, Belfa't, Lady I1elen and Minerva; 3, W M In1lis's, Cultra, County Down, White lilac and ...

LITERATURE

... that he is a willig purchaaer, but itis essential i he that the steamboat communication should be con- r venient and swift Blackberry-pickers on the 4 coasts of counties Louth, Down, and Antrim wouldA nd it easy to ship fruit to him in good condition, and ...

ROTUNDO—THE ROOMKEEPERS' BALL

... Excellency and the Lord Mayor. The rest, Greeks, lurks, sailors, solldierslpnuns, niggers, &c., &c., were all as ri plenty as blackberries. All went off happily, and the festi- vities were kept up to a late hour, or rather an early hour a this morning. d RE ...

THE FASHIONABLE WORLD

... the King-street Wednesdays, proved vastly refresbing. High- nesses. royal and serene, have, in fact, been as plenty as blackberries; and 'the quadrilles of Almack's have benefitted materially by the foreign vivacity of their pas de basqees. Count Sandor ...

FASHION AND VARIETIES

... Plate at Nevwinarket, and, being entered for ! saie at 500 guineas, was allowed to go to Sir. Dea- con for 1,020 guineas. Blackberry. who dleadheated with Cinnamon , for -lhe Citizen.> Piate at Rilkenny yesterday, wil be pat up fur auction to-das after ...

LITERATURE

... is an interesting study to those who take an interest in statistics of longevity. Octogenarians are there us plenty as blackberries, while there are two names on the list whose age is over 90-those of Lord Stratford de Redeliffe and the Rlight Hon. Thomas ...

THE DRAMA IN FRANCE

... our minor writers have not the fortunate hope of finding Noblets, St Germains, Perrins (all lesser lights) growing like blackberries, and Felicia Malets, Jeanne Graniers, Samarys, and Jane Hadings at hand to interpret their second-rate dramatic .literature ...

FASHIONS AND VARIETIES

... Burghley. The Car ,e first fox, found in Salt Spring Wood, threaded Knipton ef Plantation, skirted Spinney., and was killed at Blackberry effe in I-Jill, where the ladies had fortunately taken up a pesition ,it after the first hurst. The 'Duke of Cambridge received ...

LITERATURE

... con. go centration, let him go to a'Drawing. roof at the Castle, t wliere violot eyes and Magenta compleiioae abound as blackberries In 8eptember.. If he love music, where lu does it breathe mnoie ravishingly from month or instru. or mnen~thaninoswet Eblans ...

LITERATURE

... A CHRISrAIAS STORY, .By Mns. GoldE. (London: Fisher and Co., Angel-street.) I Christmas stories are becoming plenty as black-berries, and, if well told, are the mostacceptable gifts of the season. There are many things to be said in their favour. When ...

THE FASHION IN FLOWERS

... white eatalpa blossoms with the seds nnd pistilts in silver, and the leaves powdered with silver dust. Silver and gold blackberries and shaberrics are charming mixed with tinted leaves. CamelliAb aro very fa8hionshle once moroe. The wreaths. aroe uaderather ...

EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS

... commendedl. l Painting On Fabric, S3i and Satin, Cl:>Y IV-Ist prize, ?? ers on fine satin pane!s, by Mrs H I Dobbs; . id, blackberries on cushion, bv Miss C Dunne. A painting of azalias and ChristTmas roses on cosy, by i Mrs llamisbn, was highly commended ...