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POTATO MARKETS

... per la KM. to ts. 24. per couple hare*. 2S. 94. tolla fid. each grouse, to per brace partridges, 2». to 9.1 per brace; blackberries, 2*4. to Sd. per quart; new potatoes, 10d. to per 20lb. . apples, l«d. to 44 per lfilb : pears. 14. per lb.: plums. 24 ...

CATTLE MARKETS

... SOibs.; IHitter, I*. . Ja. per roll 240z. eggs for 1# ; fowls, 2s. frl. Ss. 8.1. ; ducks. S«. . W. la. la 2d. per couple ; blackberries, 2|d. per quart. round potatoes, la per load ; apples, per ; pears. Id. 1 Jd. per ; plums. 2d. per lb. ; beef 9d. per ; ...

CATTLE MARKETS

... 6.1. each: frouse, X Ad. to 6.1.. par tridasa. X od. to X Ad. : pheasaiiti. X to o*. per tasaos; w.Htdeocka, X X per ; blackberries, isl. (Kl. per quart . r.am.l potatoes, to. p. ioa per loa«l; fluke do., to. Ad. to !««. c.l bad . apples, lftd. tola 4d ...

LLIGENCER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1867

... found the top* of apple trees, among the clusters of apples. In summer they live partially fruit. Ist.—Rain and thunder. Blackberries ripe. 3d.—Wind and showers. Found a nest the lesser redjjole, composed almost entirely of the seeds of the dandelion. 6th ...

Huddersfield Charter of Incorporation. —On Sunday evening the 15th inst., nmneromly bigned ]>etitiuns were sent ..

... home, and at 2.45 p.m. the body was discovered in the water by Robert Shaw, of Meltham M ills. The deceased was gathering blackberries, and, it is supposed, fell into the water accidentally, and, no asMstance being at hand, was drowned. The Fatal Collision ...

SPECIAL MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL

... children were killed. On their return several witnesses were examined. It appeared that the children had gone out on a blackberrying excursion. On approaching the Church Path crossing over the railway they saw goods train passing slowly. As soon as it ...

THE ARREST OF GARIBALDI,

... the children were killed. their return several witnesses were examined. It appeared that the children had gone out on blackberrying excursion. On approaching the Church Path crossing over the railway tliey saw a goods train passing slowly. soon as it ...

nmr.Ki’K Board of Guardians— Fauper 11 Return of the number of persona relieved dun week the December quarter, ..

... with a stick. The defendant admitted being ■ the held, but denied either having dog with him or snare. had been gathering blackberries, ,i «»t down to eat a few. Wright Gledhill, who was M f. the defence, said he was taking a walking near restate of the ...

THE YORKSHIRE POST AND LEEDS INTELLIGENCER, SATURDAr,

... three halfpence. He also gave Fanny a halfpenny, and her sister halfpenny. then went with them the Hollow, and picked some blackberries for them. afterwards told Lizzie and witness to go home and spend their money, and then lifted Fanny up in his arms and ...

FEBRUARY

... sparrow*. Many a weary hour does he while away in cutting sticks with hia knife, or swinging a gate. knows wh>;7« all the blackberry and hazel bushes are, oft- stopped at them, and gazed at the ye* rlpe fruit. He knows of all the greenfinches' Ucsts, and ...

WOCDUTS WHIMSIES*

... other fruit, were below the average. In autumn there was not much wind, and garden fruit, blackberries, &c., remained long ou the trees and bushes. I saw blackberries, some greeu and some ri|»e, on the hedges in November. The leaves in the woods and plantations ...