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WORCESTER ASSIZES, MONDAY

... Gentlemen, I do not say that that nobleman was the Earl of Plymouth-for a trespass. The trespass consisted in the taking a few blackberries from one of the nobleman's hedges. The Jury were compelled to give a farthing damages, because the Judge said it was a ...

IRELAND

... Shortly after met a young wan at Blackberry-lene he was walking smart and was smoking a new pipe. ?? was going towards Aliltown. his dresswes dark, and from the lightness of his step he probably wore shoes. Blackberry-lane leBd& from liathinines church ...

ILFORD PETTY SESSIONS

... prisoners asleep in a cart in the high road to Essex. He questioned them, when they said they wvere oing to Epping Forest for blackberries. They had a basket in their possession, and upon searching it he found the apples, which bad been recently picked. The ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... i31b.' Aross the Flat, ;opgsiX. h ft ; tI : Ld F. Bentlifick' -Aso'deu s, &t. 'ol; beat .gif Grafton% s C bp .Waltqn,Out of Blackberry dat. 4b TwYrold urse- ?? to$gagt.o~~a ,deas zt * ?? Mr. Shicespea 's Tum',ler lst i at Mrjor .Wilson'a Atifier Sft..31b ...

HADDENHAM MURDER

... led T>m'a Wood, Ilttween Sharrow and Crooks Moor, their attention was excited by a set which the animal made at a clamp of blackberry briars Upon examining the cause of attraction, one of them drew forth a cotton bag, which centalind tba body of a newly-born ...

THE MURDER AT DAVENTRY

... o'clock, and lie noticed that her gown ieas torn out at the gathers. She remarked that sile had done it while gathering blackberries. Hadland was ti the way when a labourer named Letts came anid informed her ortat her mother-in-law was dead, and had been ...

COURT OF BANKRUPTCY—YESTERDAY

... inten- tionally delayed their creditors. A singular discovery of a supposed suicide was oade yesterday. Some boys were blackberrying in Anerley Wood, the property of Mr. Rogers. One of them, a youth named Osborn, got into a close thicket to pluck some ...

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT—FRIDAY

... month the prosecutor, along with a companion, was pro- ceeding to a wood in the neighbourhood of Highgate, to look for blackberries. On his way he iet the two prisoners, who were in company with two others. Ile was accosted by them, end asked what money ...

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE

... boy named George Ranton and another named Joe Dixon were in a field called Apple. yard'a field, near Sheffield, gathering blackberries, and they found a man in a hedge bottom quite dead. They obtained the assistance of a man named Somerset, who was working ...

POLICE.—SATURDAY

... support the charge.' Master Bodkin, and his cousin, aged ten, were in a field at Hampstead, with the intention of picking blackberries, when the defendant canse up and inquired, What businesshave you in this field ? Master Bodkin replied they were taking ...

POLICE

... Vorest,'and tbky sent the wo- man and the other'men to London with the caravan; next day they remained in the forest picking blackberries, and he lived upon them, some wheat and a piece of red herring. 'They slept on the forest-all that weeki what the en 'did ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE—FRIDAY

... e ltn them. Elizarbeih Tappin, t, lthpper So ateford-street, stated ttat o. watrplaceshy Week ?? ran Cameotp swit thula blackberries and iwhit lit called detberries. A yotung mat who lodged it the house curate to this door and told fie rriboser that thue ...