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J ul i/ 28

... parties. A Bull in china-shop' could not have produce.! more confusion; there were thrusts of horn and kicks of hoofs plenty blackberries;’ claret was drawn hut and laced frills at last got the day over small heerand dirty shirts. The secret editors and their ...

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... which the adulation was so gross, that family, (as Kneller once said,) could know their precious fools again,were plenty as blackberries.’ He himself was at his eazle in a great bustle, laying on the pound brush of flattery with a perseverance truly laudable ...

October 6

... being parody Southey’s Vision of Judgment George the Third, is that the late king is alluded to. But blunders are plenty blackberries’ with i lately, and of course do not espect wool from ass. There nothing worth noticing in this chop-fallen paper, except ...

HULL’S LIFK IN LONDON

... employed ns many Counsel perchance had lost blackberries ! Did they think of the expeaces of the Xoble Karl in seeking to bring this blackberry-eating blackguard—as much so, at least, as eating Blackberries could make him—to justice? Where so many Counsel ...

7V nn Ua'iinsM^Oa AND SPORTING CHRONICLE; Combining. u>ith the NEWS of the WEEK, a rick Repository of FASHION, ..

... day or two at most. Lamentable Su pekstitioN.— The Sherborne JSlercury says, a species of blight or grub has settled the blackberry leaves, them serpentine manner, that the dead fibre shows through the remaining green. It will hardly credited many nersous ...

LONDON ADJOURNED SESSIONS

... preceding, when the child was without shoes or stockings, and very lame that she cenld scarcely walk. Her face was stained wnu blackberries. Thu body presented a shocking spectacle. Some medical gentlemen, who examined it, did not find any marks of violence. ...

BELLAS LIFE IN LONBON. THE 11A 11(3N kenfrew abandoned off THE DUTCH COAST. Extract « Letter from the Agent to

... week, about inc o’clock in the evening, as two children, the one eight, and the other four years of age, were gathering blackberries in field near Hastings, monster in the shape of « man, enticed the elder infant to the other side the hedge, where succeeded ...

BELL’S LIFE IN LONDON

... There was no external mark of violence. She died from general fatigue and exhaustion. Her stomach contained nothing but blackberries.—Kgan, the father, on being recalled, said his child left home perfect health.—The prisoner (a dull, heavy-looking young ...

PROVINCIAL MILLING

... from the mountains ‘Owned to penetrate almost to the hack-bona of many hungry '‘idler s who bad contentedly breakfasted an blackberries the lead tide. The choice of place was to have been tossed lor on ■lie night of the lait deposit, but Axon’s friends signified ...

Match-50 Sor. a. ft. Mile and half

... extra. Heats Two Allies. Air. l>cßurgh's ch.f. Sunshine, aged (Dockery) * i Afr.Ciarke'sch.m. Ucrtrudc,Cyrs . .81 Air. J. blackberry's b. m. by Jupiter, yrs. .Si Afr.Pegg'sb.g. Young Harry, yrs. • • Mr. Eicbuiußd's b.g. Scaramouch, 5 yn. 5 Won ctartfrly ...

LATEST STATE OF THE ODDS

... by Figaro—Tam bo ff*« dam Mr. Foljambe** kr f by Wbiakar, dam Walton Mr. Hooldswortb** b c Beagla, by Whalebone ■ br f Blackberry, by Sherwood Mr. Leigh** f Whisker—Brenda Lord Sligo a br c Brine, by Waxy Pope ■ ■ —be Canker Mr. Pelras’t cb e Tip, Swiss ...

A PEEP INTO THE KING’S BENCH PRIS®N. FKOM ■ SKBTCfI-BOGK 9f A I.LFOI AN—' I S A® Vi. bolt who

... Ranks and Chivalry Yes, this is one of lb«celebrated wbiCcfcathtrtof the British Army, who. In conjunction with Colonel Blackberry, failed not to recollect certain lines from Hudibras very critical moment ! For tbeir services, it was kindly hinted to ...