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Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

17 Feb 1908

WeSk. I Last Week. Last year. Dole. Dob. Lola. 1,1W,248.000 1,189,766,000 254,081,000 192,168,000 60.503.000 60,097,000 78,6^0,000 1.132300.000 1,137,383.000 1,057,346,000 66.734.000 67,392,000 53,194,000 313.027,000 814.178.000 268,818,000 283.077,230

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Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

13 Dec 1858

MADAME LOLA. MONTEZ' LECTURES.z MADAME. NIONTEZ delivered her second lecture last Friday evening, in the Round Rooni of the Rotundo, which, as on Wednesday evening, 'wds crowded by a .muost fashionable audience, by whom the lecture was listeped.to throughout

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Belfast Mercury

Belfast Mercury Antrim, Northern Ireland

13 Dec 1858

MADAME LOLA MONTEZ’ LECTURES. Madame Mohtez delivered her second lecture on Friday evening, in the Round Room of the Rotnndo, which, as on Wednesday evening, was crowded by a most fashionable audience, by whom the lecture was listened to throughout with

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Larne Times

Larne Times Antrim, Northern Ireland

25 Dec 1920

“Good wine nerds bush.—Shakrspearc, VET TIIT.KE'S No HARM IS EMPHASISING I \< THAT THE BEST CHRISTMAS HEER CAN PE HAD AT JOHN GBAWFORD’S CROSS STREET. LARNE. ALL THE WELL-KNOWN BRANDS IRISH AND SCOTCH WHISKEYS. HENNESSEY'S ♦**, and V.S.O. BRANDY. PORT

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Belfast Mercury

Belfast Mercury Antrim, Northern Ireland

4 Mar 1852

friends.—Tmier. Cause and Cross-CaOrc.—Lola Montes in America.—Lola Montes and Mr. P. Willis, who has acted as her agent, have quarrelled, and both parties have written to The New York Herald in explanation. Lola declares that Mr. Willis made her believe

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Belfast Mercury

Belfast Mercury Antrim, Northern Ireland

3 Jan 1856

Correspondent. Abrest and Escape of Lola Montes.— The lastrxcapade of Lola Montes, connected with her departure from Sydney for Melbourne, ss thus noticed in the Sydney papers:—“ It appears that at California Lola was unwise enough to engage a company

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Northern Whig

Northern Whig Antrim, Northern Ireland

20 Aug 1850

afternoon, in order to fulfil an engagement there to appear in two concerts. Lola Montes Again.—Paris, Wednesday Evening.— 1 The Uutleliu de Pari*, of yesterday morning, announced > that Lola Montes and Mr. lieald had both Hed from Paris. The account given by

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Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

31 Mar 1913

CANADIAN PORTS TO EUROPE DURING WEEK ENDING MARCH 27. Wheat. Flour. Maize. Oats. Barley Thousands of Bushels. Bags. Bushels. Bush's Bush'* Liverpool 500 25 364 18 68 Manchester 205 London .» 161 26 154 27 Glasgow .« 8 12 East Coast 78 9 111 Bristol

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Belfast Mercury

Belfast Mercury Antrim, Northern Ireland

17 Mar 1860

Hindson, Liverpool .. 509 14|Pernvian Guano . ,|Mr. Orepory. Inverness .-902 15lBoae*,mixeddHllanddnst Mr. Gordon, Inverness 8 bush. 16, Concentrated Manure fur | Hoots Mr. Russell, Inverness .. lbs. ITTatapunian Guano .. Do. Do. ..460 IH'Mixiure of Manures

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Banner of Ulster

Banner of Ulster Antrim, Northern Ireland

24 Jan 1854

progressing fast to life. A similar result has taken place in pond in garden, where also hate boxes.” 'fat NoTowrocs Lola Mostss.—Lola Montes is still play, tog her old pranks. A correspondent of .Wuhville (/a-xett* gives an account her recant doings.

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Belfast Mercury

Belfast Mercury Antrim, Northern Ireland

4 Oct 1851

criticised in hmumcrabh variety of wavs, which mingled impartially, j>ro end cvn., and then decanied, may give the pillowing Lola Montes was never acknowledged dancer any n'*otentions; hut, nevertheless, there was novelty about her pea which recommended

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Belfast Mercury

Belfast Mercury Antrim, Northern Ireland

15 Dec 1858

but it is unquestionably an able, substantial, and remarkable book. Spectator. MADAME LOLA MONTEZ' LECTURES. A third and concluding lecture was delivered by Madame Lola Montez Monday night, in the Roond-room of the Rotundo, in the presence of an audience

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Weekly Vindicator

Weekly Vindicator Antrim, Northern Ireland

4 May 1850

stamp to all public documents, and are not to permit drums to beat nr fifes to play io front of their Ya-muus.— China Mail Lola Montes im Paris.— The Countess of Laosfeldt, or she is generally called Lula Montes, arrived in Paris about three weeks ago

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Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

27 Aug 1847

kingdom of Bararia, as will ble seen from the followinig let- ter, dacld Niirtzlserg; the ?? inst.:- -The bulldog of MIle. Lola Mualltez, vhich was the cause of a great tlnumuslt at SAI,- iicih in Fcbruary last, has just pilt the towia of Wtirlzbirg in

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Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

28 Nov 1859

alreaidy offered a gold umdal for eact of' the folur puovinces for a similar pmitp-me. LOLA ?? WOnan is residing in Blrooklyn, and not in this City, as the Iferald states. Lola is now living with some intimiate fiiends who have stood by her in all her varians

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Northern Whig

Northern Whig Antrim, Northern Ireland

5 Sep 1850

Andrews twenty-five guineas, M. Vivier twenty-five guineas, and Benedict one hundred guineas.— Liver]tool Mail. Lola Monte-.— Mrs. Heald (Lola Montes), notwithstancliiig her sudden disappearance from the sumptuous apartments she furnished in the Beaujon

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Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

30 Apr 1878

Sandelli's forces in was the Perie bush were attacked by the general on srim Friday, the 29th. The Kaffirs fired a few shots, but made a very feeble reematance. They are re. ported to be ooncentrating in the Perie nse. bush, and to have taken up a position

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Belfast Mercury

Belfast Mercury Antrim, Northern Ireland

26 May 1859

lantern of vistas in gold-fields, governor’s ball-rooms, bazaars, the bush, hotels, theatres, solitudes, the rangers, the convicts, the diggers, Miss Catherine Hayes, the governor and Lola Montes; and be seldom ceases his almighty tall string of chatter,’’

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Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

29 Oct 1914

Tprnbernr were slow beginnrrs, and Vanitie fliowed tb, way to Dragoman, Desmond M., and Lux. next lot Vennam. Ata’.'loLa, and ran the Bushes, when Vanitle was beaten,'and Dragoman wept Lux, fennaio.. and Mnnota, but tn dip J,ux rhallcnged and won length

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Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

1 Nov 1924

with 200 added; for two year okls; second receives 50 govs and third eaves stake. E. 51. STEPHANOLA, f Stefan the Great— Donna Lola. (Mr. M. Field) J- CUikls 1 GYGES, 8 4 (Mr. J. dc llothbcliildj (i ArchUxild 2 CUIA, 4 i.Mrs. S,,Whitburu) K. Joins Also

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