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9 matches for Lola Bush in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • County: Bedfordshire, England

Luton Times and Advertiser

Luton Times and Advertiser Bedfordshire, England

23 Oct 1858

Coulthard lias been lost in the Australian desert. His body was was found lying under a scrub bush, and at a short distance from him his canteen and other bush accoutrements. Upon one side of that canteen, offering convex surface of tin about 12 inches

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Bedfordshire Mercury

Bedfordshire Mercury Bedfordshire, England

19 Dec 1859

she has lived the life of devoted sincere Christian. Lola Montes, ever since her marriage with Lieutenant Heald, in England, has claimed his name, and has always used it business transactions. Lola need neither play nor preach, for Heald enjoined in his

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Leighton Buzzard Observer and Linslade Gazette

Leighton Buzzard Observer and Linslade Gazette Bedfordshire, England

13 Aug 1889

state of wilderness. The carriage-drive and gravel paths are green with weeds, the flower-beds overrun with sptawling rose-bushes, intermingled with groundsel sow-thistle. The damp spongy lawns are uumowu aud unswept; the moles have thrown up their little

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Bedfordshire Times and Independent

Bedfordshire Times and Independent Bedfordshire, England

31 Jul 1860

France. George Stevenson, Keele, Staffordshire, *hoe manufac eluding some additional parcels of Spanish and Ameri- new (pr bush) 28 0 (per cwt) 440 500 demand for all kinds of hops, owing to the unfavourable J.^[ d y U aKWushoK done at £ duty on

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Leighton Buzzard Observer and Linslade Gazette

Leighton Buzzard Observer and Linslade Gazette Bedfordshire, England

2 Feb 1875

At Elevto (/Clock, 150 FINE OAK, ELM. ASH, had BXXCH TIMBER TRESS, I ASH POLES, salt able for bardie 19«JUU making, and 40 Lola of UNDRRWOOD, in Uuooombei Wood, and near Wood Ledge. Months’ Credit will given to of and upwards, the onoditinna. To View

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Leighton Buzzard Observer and Linslade Gazette

Leighton Buzzard Observer and Linslade Gazette Bedfordshire, England

1 Jun 1875

0 Mr. C. Bush’s ch c Lord Berners, by Lord Olifdcn —Suttee . .. 0 Mr. Jos. Dawson’s SeymQur, by Lord Gmdea —Fabiolo C Wood 0 Lord Ailesbury’s chc Temple Bar, by Trumpeter- Boundary < 0 Lam belt’« ch c Wfx>dlnn|*i,>y at ! 6»lo(*la. BnSschlosifer

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Type: Illustrated
Luton News and Bedfordshire Chronicle

Luton News and Bedfordshire Chronicle Bedfordshire, England

10 Aug 1905

Stevens to Sarah Elizabeth Higga. TOOMBS—FOUNTAIN-Aug. 6. STBavioar*. Charch Luton, the Rev.L. O. K. Oreenway. Harry Too mb* to LOla Meritta Fountain. W AED—DIMMOCK—Ang. 7, St Saviour*- Church, Luton, the Bav. t. C. K, Oreenway William Ward to Alice Dimmock

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Bedfordshire Times and Independent

Bedfordshire Times and Independent Bedfordshire, England

4 Jul 1896

former, with view to its being ultimately laid down to gra.-s a small orchard. tho market garden the whole ground taken up with bush fruits and small trees, but arranged as to enable comparisons m-ido between different methods cultivation from the profit-making

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Bedfordshire Mercury

Bedfordshire Mercury Bedfordshire, England

20 Mar 1869

capital Ash Poles and Blackthorn Bushes, About Ash and other Lots of Legvood, and 2 large-seasoned Walnut Trees, TO B* SOLD BY AUCTION, BY Messrs. SOK, Monday, March 22nd, 1869, ON the Estate of A. W. Peel, Esq., in convenient Lola, for which credit on approved

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Type: Illustrated