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Yorkshire and the Humber, England

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Leeds, Yorkshire, England

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THE DERBYSHIRE CHILD MURDER

... respectable man, whb was foreman at-somo ironworks in the neighbourhood. On the 20t4 4ugust the girl 1leauor Windle was out blackberrying with same 4llren, apd at half-past nine in the morning prisoner was seen trundling his barrow, and about tea-o'clock he ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... Superintendent of N'uisances, applied for an order to destroy nineteen hampers and sieves, containing l,OOOlb. of unsound blackberries, which had been seized on the premises of Wnm. Paley, fruiterer, Kirkgate Market. The order was granted. Tins REGUL.LTIONS ...

NISI PRIUS COURT, THURSDAY, MARCH 11

... addreesed the Jury for the defendent. He was C not there to deny the promise. They had had promises proved plentiful as blackberries, for It teemed that whenever any of the il woman's relations came across the defendant he renewed his pro. I mises of marriage ...

YORKSHIRE ASSIZES

... constable shortly after the lad's death the only food found consisted of three small cakes of bread, a few crusts, some hard blackberries and peas. ?? up ia a cupboard. The eldest child used to go out hawking and the youngest to school, the lad in the meantime ...

NISI PRIUS COURT, TUESDAY, July 12

... who had promised her marriage. On Thnrsday evening, after fac- tory hours, she was proceeding with a companion to gather blackberries in the town's plantation, when they encoun- tered the sister of her sweetheart, who abruptly told them that her brother ...

MANCRESTER

... how- of ever, he got about his ears from this course, boe rather surprised him. He found that bugs were as nu plentiful as blackberries; and that they seemed to 4 relish the hides of the souperior classes as well as Ml those of the swinish multitude. To ...

Police

... put 10s. into the poor box ofth Court. o h DismiessaNo CAsrE-Williama Watberough, aged seventeen, was charged by William Blackberry, aged seventeen, with having Stolen,0 aL fustian ?? prosecutor is a working and friendless boy,'( lodging at No. 00, Golden-lane ...

THE EXTENSIVE ROBBERIES AT ARMLEY

... compan~on. had narro:v escapes. The acident was caused by people celuer- itnz over treacherous, jagged clif sides in search of black-berries. c HUNSLET RURAL DI1STRICT MCUNCIL -This air body met vasterdave, Mr. J. Farrer (Ceulton and Woodlas- set ford) presiding ...

Police

... put l~s. into the poor box of the Court. Disrau~gsiNc CASax-Williamk Watbarough, aged seventeen, was charged by William Blackberry, aged seventeen, with having stolen a fustian ?? prosecutor is a working and friendless boy, lodging at No. 50, Golden-lane ...

THE ALTON MURDER

... again and said if we would go into Mr. Chaleraft's field he would pick some berries for us. We all went, and he picked some blackberries. He then told me and Lizzio Adams to go home, and he took Fanny up in his arms and carried her up the Hollow. I went away ...

Accidents, Offences, & Inquests

... man with one leg escaped by a miracle losing that one, and as it is, is much hurt; a lady is ?? cut, and bruises are ]ihe blackberries. A4 soont as I saw uficient peoplc attetding the wounded, I sent an old getntle- man, with a terribly crushed liat, one ...

THE RIGHT OF SEARCH, AT HOME

... applications to them, according to rule le, and law, for their warrants authorising such ot searchings, are as uncommon as blackberries in 3y February ! re sy Our attention has been directed to this matter ot principally by the searches which have invariably ...