The soil of this immense region is strongly impregnated with sulphur, copperas
, alum, and glauber salts; its various earths impart a deep tinge to the streams which drain it, and these, with the crumbling of the banks along the Missouri, give to the waters of that river much of the coloring matter with which they are clouded.
Then it reached them through the Press that they habitually flogged to death good revenue-paying cultivators who neglected to stop earths; but that the few, the very few who did not die under hippohide whips soaked in copperas
, walked about on their gangrenous ankle-bones, and were known in derision as the Mudir's Cranes.
Jack Quigg and Ryan Saunders scored for Copperas
as the match finished all-square at 2-2 after extra-time.
Hill sorting office could close, Royal Mail bosses told union leaders yesterday.
The large, baroque-style pub has been a fixture on the corner of Lime Street and Copperas
Hill for over 100 years.
Liverpool John Moores University has revealed a new image of whatits [pounds sterling]64m redevelopmentof the former Copperas
Hill sorting office could look like.
Closest to the camera on the right are Edge Street and, just before the facade of the market, Copperas
Police swooped on homes in Ribble Road, Stoke, and Copperas
Street, Aldermans Green, yesterday and took two 49-year-old men into custody.
He leaves his wife, Betty Folsom Landry, son David Landry of Worcester and daughter, Jacqueline Suero of Copperas
Cove, TX, three step-daughters, Sandra Strand and Suzanne Folsom of New Hampshire, and Robin (Folsom) Borsook of Ma.
LIVERPOOL'S abandoned Copperas
Hill postal sorting office is to be given a new lease of life - as the first-class "epicentre" of John Moores University.
The attack happened at around 1am on Saturday, November 1, when the 19-year-old was crossing the bridge over the A1 between Broad wood Road and Copperas
in South West Denton, Newcastle.