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Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

3 Nov 1849

Sach, the village post-mistress), James Bush, son of a blacksmith, and William Horsneli, called in sit with young Harris, with whom they were acquainted, and whilst the latter went out to get some water, Bush, seeing patent walking slick gun hanging

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Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

2 Sep 1908

machinations of an unscrupulous woman, Lola Selby (alias Lady Merton), in search of wealth. This part, which is of course the one around which the plot revolves, is admirably taken by Miss Hildyard. Whether in Lolas adventures in Africa, as the mistress

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Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

27 Oct 1849

doubtful. The Ast.mblee Nationale, under the title New Phases in the Life of Lola Montes, says— A private letter, received to-day from Tortosa (Catalonia,) informs us, that Lola Montes has had a warm tliscussion with her young husband, and which ended

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

8 Apr 1848

governor of the workhouse for some yeats. —Wolverhampton Chronicle. Lola Montes. A letter from Berne, in the Deutsche Zeitung, gives to all whom it may concern information of tbe proceedings of Lola Montes. That lady travelled from Berne to Munich in company

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

25 Sep 1847

committing the accused. Lola Montes as Countess. —The Journal ties Dtbctt publishes the following letter, dated Munich, the 13th insf.. containing some curious facts relative to the celebrated Lola Montes;—“The Countess of LandsfeM (Lola Montes), ptevioua to

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Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

24 Jul 1852

the murder of a man named George Bush, of the parish of Timsbury, near Bath, who was found in a field near Priston Church, on the morning of the 2nd of December, 1851, with his throat cut from ear to ear. George Bush was a dairyman, and it appears was

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

3 Nov 1894

tar doom It Oat al Mn WWI ass the Odor* wad sew be aided oar brew he they shad saimod c oses Mr. ball for cab. be !..rate. lola Spealls ease the asted his rat ay tea seembe slake a be Ommesnasey lama. whams bed rest se wedd the that for year a he taloa

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Faringdon Advertiser and Vale of the White Horse Gazette

Faringdon Advertiser and Vale of the White Horse Gazette Berkshire, England

23 Mar 1901

girl, introdeeed Stem a* hie yoang friend end pupil Miss He eean took hieleare bat be did not go bsok to hieroome. The righl Lola had robbed him of Me eelm; be wee eo reetleee and distorbed that knew be ooald not shut himself with all thie Unolt of thought

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

25 Sep 1847

his visit.—Manchester Guardian. Refuge for Female Criminals—Miss Coutts has determined to prepare a domicile at Shepherd's Bush, under judicious and merciful regulations, capable of maintaining a considerable numberot discharged female prisoners who have

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

22 Aug 1857

person, named Rosa Bush, to procure the same act to be committed. It will be remembered that the subject of the crime was a young Jewess, who resided with her parents in James-street, Westminster. With the assistance of the servant girl Bush (sentenced at

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

9 Nov 1895

held the nipper band, and Bush ha u te spy. again. From now up thee the game continued pretty fast, but no further place, and the Caversban2 team added than, to their credit by two goals to one. Teams (-othersisain : Z. Bush igoal), T. Clerk and E. Rumble

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

7 Mar 1874

on board her and yet not know whether it was the Theinis or the (Morey ? And with the exception of the trumped-up story of lola, an voice had ever come from sea or there to proclaim that any person was saved from the Bella. Then, would a man with a year

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

5 Mar 1898

votortosubt tosogor, the webs the ; boreegb,ationted whir is borough, lola Z enter fir all ditto per hi= per day, for=te gob for as& nod lune= 17 pia., for lei pia ; Mier void sower Bushing, far°, ads.; minor denim munteted with the MINIM SAO; ditto outside

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

3 Dec 1892

SUICIDE BY POISONIIII. —At the Borough Bench, yesterday, John Bush, living at 27, Wolsy-street, was charged with attempting, on Monday, to commit tumid!, by taking a quantity of oxalic acid.—Ann Bush, living at 27, Wolseierstmet, and mother of the defendant

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

13 Aug 1908

sad TVA slam gullet gamer% army 11W , all only gig pee mouth. as tales _tt gars. (106411tiCOTTA4111. As algal bun Cossitry ':BUSH at Crowther** D.,t 'rat la • week. barb ISM sad litres Caneir.—AgLalr. Oran Them*. Ed .a 1 gamma 'Derain* 111111INIMI. Coaled

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

4 May 1872

particulars had seven days prior at the offices of Nleivos. Norman awl Son, auctioneers, Uxbridge and Beaconsfield, Southlands and Bush Green Farms, Denham, Rucks, ANNUAL SALE ON THE FERN ACRES ESTATE, FULMER, BUCKS. MESSRS. NOR AN and SON Have been (Avowed

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

17 Oct 1896

the &v. B. Noma reddea, and there were silo seat Item Wilder and T. Bead Goftw, K. J. J. D. Williaanesa. W. H. J. Dow, R. bushes Drake, J. , . J. harm, sod J. haeretazy).Bevy Ton Waairentar Gums. R. D. Bate mob dating to form a wood-earvime at . The Makatea

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Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

8 Apr 1865

whichthe government should adopt. He had applied to tiie Owl for advice, but the Owl seemed to be always beating about the bush, and not inclined for such long flights as some of his friends were disposed to take. . , All the members of the cabinet

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Berks and Oxon Advertiser

Berks and Oxon Advertiser Berkshire, England

22 Apr 1927

: imitoundling as thee' which we eared during the la,t half century. World has travelle., far—very. far—since Cie Nays of 'Lola. BRITIaN EMPIRE AND TIM 'PltoN a. I am led to indisige in these reflections by Abe fact that a few days ago there was inlatituted

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

3 May 1902

tEh.s arm Banding,* LAO Madam Raconteur Gonad 86th and Pith Jere. 1222. Th. Ccanica morn On right of hot= either or say of lola by paste Way to day of rho and bats tans for and Chadian Ilan =Mbtoad of ths Aworoinsc, at his Estate Away CMkos, 17. Marlin

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