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THE BLACKBERRY

... THE BLACKBERRY. The blackberry bush—what • cad it is because it happens to be common in the vegetable world ! If it were an exotic, growing here and there, and only growing at all when you nursed it, made much of it, manured it, and all the rest, then ...

TIIE ST. NEOTS CHRONICLE

... and ardent spirits. ABOUT BLACIBIRBIZIR—Onee more the blackberry is not without its folklore, and there I. • popular superstition that the Devil always puts his cloven foot upon the blackberries on Michas! an Day, and on this acconnt it is considered ...

SATURDAY. KEPT. 91. 1971

... neer a truly marvellous crop of the wild black. berry. Journrying. hither and thither, through country lone and reveal the blackberry all its rick abandance, bushels upon burhvls Is the parirhes upon tons in the counties ; how many throughout ties country ...

CHARGE OF STEALING COINS

... three ; thine are most in request for buildingowing to their being sadly worked , and fruits al blackberry and dewberry Eke bat mach larger than our blackberry— Wkidi the summer time form the largest portion of yes food when not in work ; also cherries, ...

ENGLISH HOLIDAY RESORTS

... my den'. the street with • kettle tied to its tail. It Blackberries are good for the complexion. ?Chios : her vastly. Prerently the owner of the dog But, dear aunt, I don't want • blackberry coin. by in hot pursuit, whereupon the woman at the gate ...

Great Annular Solar Eclip»b.—On Sunday the Park and town of Greenwich were crowded by immense concourse of ..

... mathematical pamphlets, and philosophical dissertations on the relations between the moon and tide, were as plentiful as blackberries, provided for the amateuis by the pensioners, who reaped plentiful harvest by their hire and sale. At 19 minutes past ...

THE MARCH OF SCIENCE

... the time appointed for it being offered to the competition of every country the globe, diamonds should become plenty aa blackberries,' and this gorgeous gem, now the envy of surroanding Monarchies, and possessing an almost incalculable value, should sink ...

A PLAGUE OF SNAKES

... which were racers, horn-tail adders, gray adders, and pilots, in an old, worked-out flag stone quarry, while he was picking blackberries. They were all coiled in together, and when he disturbed them they made a terrible hissing. He and an Irish boy, named ...

IN MEAL OR IN MALT. :nom ) We may fake our &doe, In meal rah. which ever weprefer ; but

... to be feelingly alive to the chance of a splash U she jumps over that paddle, and willing to forego a scramble among the blackberry bashes for the fear of rents and mine. liar petticoats are to be on her bid for beauty bat always for care, and sbe is ...

FRUIT IN MANITOBA

... red chewy ; choke cherry ; blueberry ; gooseberry, two seriatim, one quite large ; red raspberry ; Aramberry ; sysberry ; blackberry, west of mountains; cranberry, marsh, high bode end eland ; miewbeery, swanspberry or oraniteberry ; elderberry ; currants ...

DISTRIBUTION OF PLANTS

... at Menai ages or to settle disputed dates. Ciestir fouled he Britian the Apple, Hazel, Elder, Buller*, Sloe, berry, and Blackberry; and his successors left Vine, Cherm Peach, Pear, Mulberry, Fig, Damson, Medlar, Walnut. ar. In all wobabilitr, some of ...

THE PEERS AT LORD SALISBURY'S. From TM Owl. A meeting of Conservative Peers was held on Mom day. at the

... assembling of the Cominona at the same house. Ceronetted carriages lined the pavement, and noble lords were as thick as blackberries about ' , tenets street. In constquence of the abwnoe of Lord Derby, Lord Malniesbury took tine chair ; but before had ...