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Bristol Mirror

Bristol Mirror Bristol, England

2 Dec 1826

ROYAL AND UNIVSBSAD COACH OFFICE, BUSH TAVERN AND JACK’s COFFEE HOUSE, CORN STREET, BRISTOL. THE Public are mpcctfully infonneid that ihe followinsj ROYAL MAII-S and POST COACHES leave Che ahore Inn:— r.OfITZIOIT. ) Mail, in IShoara, every Afternoon,

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

3 Apr 1847

taster ner original cuaracier of Conauuce, in tbe L-ve Cfia»e. W xs Lola Montes ?—The romance of her history unfortunately is not preaentahle. But may venture »o far 10 say that the name of Lola Monica wasasumed lor stage purposes. Sne is not Spaniard, l>ut

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

18 May 1914

Bullock), Potency (Fox). Eau Claire (Ledson), and Lola (H. 5 to 2 agst Red Dennis, to Recondite. 9 to 2 Polyg-amist, 6 1 Potency and Lie'a Bed. to 1 Lola> 1 any other. On settling down Polygamist set the pace to Lola, High and Dry, Recondite, Claire, nd Potency

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Bristol Mirror

Bristol Mirror Bristol, England

4 Sep 1824

Piifate Contract, of which the notice will be given,— THE following LANDS and PREMISES, ia the after-mentioned or aocb other Lola maj be agreed oo at the lima af Sale, Viz-: Lot 1 Claia of PASTURE LAND, called Cotsg Stilt, containing by admeasurement 6a

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Bristol Mercury

Bristol Mercury Bristol, England

11 Nov 1876

Naiab, Mnj Jr Bush, Carpenter, Matthews, G. Wills, J, Inasiip, ?? Gibson, and R, Taylor. Docks Committee.-Aldermen Ford, Lucse, Jones, and Baker; Messrs. J. J. Thomas, Wetherman. F. Terrell, C, Nash, Wedmore, IV. P. King, T. T. Taylor, Major Bush, W. l:1.

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

14 Dec 1866

the association goes on increasing with its years. the mibUc lom sustained by the city of Bristol in the death the late James Bush, Ksq., it is not for your committee sjieak ; h'it they cannot refrain from recording the fact here that when the mournful

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

1 Mar 1859

ONLY. THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING The Peformances will commence with Mr Buckstone's powerful Drama, in Three Art*, called GREEN BUSHES; Or, A Hundred Years Ago. Miami (the Huntress of the Mississippi). .Mdm. Celeste Mdam. St Aubert (her original character,

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

3 Jun 1933

Anglais. 3.3o—Percy Bush and his Orchestra. 4.30— Recital Dale Smith (baritone). 4.4s—Harold Ramsay at the organ of the Graaada. Tooting. s.ls—Children's Hour. 6.o—'Weather and News. 6.30— Magyar Orchestra, directed by Walford Lola Shari (soprano). B

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Bristol Mercury

Bristol Mercury Bristol, England

1 Jul 1885

Blue Grass, Matln I I e I moriT, M aster amos , -Allewhcastl e co eg lt.Primne Cheddar, Sierr , Ret Trip filly, PreoleFah lola, Tierltoft, Pzrasro, Greenbaen, Bagley Green, Oarrie. Medge, Eqrlty, Buokthorpe, ?? Enig Erant, Amber, Treason, and LIlydale

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

1 Mar 1845

Miltord Order, Ih7 ijr« oats. In the Il'i/Uam and Maria, Humes, from Milford . -C. Vining ainl Stiii', hush barley, bush black outs, VHi bush white do. In Uii* Ah, Haines, IroDi Cardigan View article

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Bristol Mercury

Bristol Mercury Bristol, England

21 Jan 1886

Jones, 1Hthway, Wali, pborge, Cope Proctor; and Messma Davlee, Moore, JAmes Petbiclk, C. Wills, Abbot. Board, Dix, Aloop, Bush, Priebard, Bu~gett. A. Baker, Colthurat, C. B, -ire, Jeffertlee, Cripp, Hardilng, Budges, 0. Nash, 3all, Locleley, R. Gardner

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

3 Mar 1932

Dunn (monologues). Harold Scott the piano. A Night Soho, lyrics E. and Anthony Jayues; music Adolphe Hallis. Lola Gt>rdou, and Anthony with Lola Gordon, Donald Mather. Anthony Jaynes, and Adolohe Jiallis at the ■piano. EJen.i (soprano). Gerald Yof' )U

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

19 Feb 1848

the exe shall ever permitted ! GERMAN! Th a Kino Bavabia ami> •• Munich, Feb. o'clock p.m. coma of the re appearance of Lola Montes i polled bauisli her:— •• Ixila Montes re appeared to-day ir attire. She proceeded yesterday only from Munich, and made

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Bristol Mercury

Bristol Mercury Bristol, England

29 Apr 1848

fown-councils, under proper supervi- At a meeting of thepanahionere of Clifton, on Tuesday st. John BaptUt-J. 11. Harbour, W. H. Bush. i might enabled to render to tbeir fellow-creatures, either in *l*l reference, iu these remarks, either last, for the election

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

19 Nov 1929

Tommies, somewhere in France, was one the and appreciated features the revue. Courtenay, with fine singing and character acting; Lola Harvey, a fine solo piano artiste; Olivette, an exceedingly graceful dancer; were other members the company who contributed

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

23 Dec 1902

OLD BRISTOL BILL OP FARE. CHRISTMAS CHEER THE BUSH INN IN 1790. To Vie Editor of the Western Daily Press. Sib, —Nothing could better illustrate the gastronomic tastes of our ancestors,, and their notion of Christmas cheer, than the bill of fare, or rather

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

30 Jan 1942

Doel (Chippenham). Freda Tanner, distinction (Malmesbury). Joan Heslop Wood, distinction (Chippenham). words per minute Roy Bush, distinction 'Westbury). Herbert Williams, distinction (Warmley), Celia Ralph, distinction (Bath). Audrey Atkin, distinction

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

7 Sep 1850

black lead, I cask annatto. In the Liskeard, Anderson, from Plymouth:—!. Adams, 140 Morris, from Carmarthen :—J. Williams, 480 bush outs, casks butter. . , In the Lord Garlics, Davies, from Wick:—T. Bull, 300 bils Dispatch . Chapman, from Chepstow:-10 qrs

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Bristol Times and Mirror

Bristol Times and Mirror Bristol, England

27 Mar 1847

Chepstow, Fisher, from ChepstowOrder, 15 qrs barley, Walts, from Bridgwater Order, 60 bush barley. In the Packet Collings, Mineheud Order, qrs 4 bush oats, II qrs 3 bush grits and oatmeal. barley, 45 qrs wheal Hour, 31 qrs ' •)/ U'ales, Winter, from Bid

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

6 Sep 1932

St. Leger is the St. Leger.'' SHIRLEY-2.3O—NOVICES* ALL-AOEI) HURDLE RACE of 100 sovs: two miles.— L NANCE O'DONNELL (Mr R Bush): •_>, RESULT (J Delaney): 3. WIDEAWAKE (C Laver) Also ran—Donnybrook, N'obile, Vellum, Winged Victory, Anthurium. Stake (Knight

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