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Chase Blackwood sates himself, that his writing has very much been influenced from his life overseas, his travels to over 50 countries, and the challenges and experiences of the human condition he has witnessed and experienced.
37) Pringles friend Leigh Ritchie reported a letter from him dated 12 January 1832, in which he states that "The prosecution of Blackwood is not an affair of mine.
The Blackwood sisters live in "a bizarre fantasy," he adds.
Blougram explicitly says that he is "thirty years of age" (BBA, 944), half of Blou-gram's age (BBA, 897), and a journalist who contributes material regularly to the distinguished literary journal Blackwoods Edinburgh Magazine (BBA, 945).
Years after Haydon's suicide, when I was in my twenties and a few inches taller, almost three feet high, I read somewhere, in Punch or Blackwoods, or in Man in the Moon, that Haydon had idolized Napoleon and considered him one of the great men of all time.
4-mile Cadillac Mountain South Ridge Trail (trailhead near the Blackwoods Campground entrance), which leaves the forest to ascend the big peak's gradual slopes; be on the lookout for raptors at Eagles Crag.
But it is also true that few of these young writers take children's books or magazines as models for their productions, preferring to imitate or to parody novels such as those of Sir Walter Scott or periodicals such as Blackwoods or Punch.
The Blackwoods were among a number of clients who complained they paid Mr Peters for work which was never properly finished.
It may be one of the oldest spirits on the market, but gin is enjoying something of a renaissance with new "boutique" brands such as Martin Miller's, Hendrick's and Blackwoods giving Gordon's and co a run for their money.
Blackwoods, pawnbrokers and clothiers, Parliament Row, Hanley.
A Michael Blackwoods cross from the left was headed powerfully into the roof of the net by Stuart Whitehead from close range.
34) Agnes Skrine, "A Lady's Life on a Ranch," Blackwoods Edinburgh Magazine, 163 (1898): 6.