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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

15 Apr 1848

The Biddleswvrth Stakes, of JW sovs. e.«ch, h. ft. D.M. 7 subs. Colouel Peel's Lola Mon tea, 41b. (Nat) 1 Lord W. Powlett's Krsnconi, at. 41b. (S. Rogers) .. 2 5t04 on Lola Ifontes. Won in a canter by a lemrth and a half. JMMhi fimi'l'ick Stake* of 50

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

15 May 1847

Imperfect rentilotion compels each individual to administer to himself a slow poison.— / Jr. Robinson. Lola Mo.vTES.-The Augsburg » be following lines from Lola Montes, dated Munich, April 29: ‘‘Won. out with being made the mark of so many secret and public

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

18 Dec 1858

were members of a riband Lodge. They are of the class of working men, and of ages ranging from mere lads to gray*haired men. , Lola Montez delivered her second lecture in Dublin on Friday evening. The subject of her discourse was The Comic Aspects of Fashion

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

28 Oct 1848

vrs, 7at 5Jb. Moor, yrs, 7st Paalmatnger, jrs, 6st 121b, Ueraldine, yr*, 6M Serenade 3 Lola Monter, 3 yn, 6mt 3lb, Keraun, 3 yrs, sat 131b. liackbiter. 3 yrs, sst 131b, Maid of Sou 1 ,3 >rs, 131b, Tophann, 3 yra, sst

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

1 Sep 1849

until a recent period, taken part quartet with Major Stephens, his equerry, and Hlagrove, like a steady musician. Lola Monte*.—Mr. and Mrs. (Lola Montes), 1 have embarked at Marseilles on board the Maria Antoi- netta, cm rxmU for Rome. RsTtrjtxrn I.rtter*

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Cambridge Intelligencer

Cambridge Intelligencer Cambridgeshire, England

16 Aug 1794

Vlrlieft oprortutiity to inffirm you of the arrival of a fqoattron of French into ne ar at the ifland of Gliadalmitie, and of the lola of fort I • lenr d'Ere. which was taken iv! dorm, Fri , lay, the instant. Ugh riwfday, the ad init. L received hill fence from

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

19 Jun 1886

disaster had perhaps occurred on the lake, and search was made in that direction. It soon led to an important discovery. In some bushes near the lake the doctor’s hat was seen, and not far off the King’s overcoat. It seemed to have been taken off hurriedly and

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

16 Aug 1856

on a public road, south. In ELM. Lot —-7*. 3h. 33p. oi AKAHLE LAND, in Laddus, with newin-fr*-c»eu Ham anil Stable, between Lola 15 and 16, aud in the occupation of Mr. Ji>buSnutbwell. Lot 15. *4a. Ok. 4p. of and ARABLE LAND, two piece*, in Laddue, anutting

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Cambridge General Advertiser

Cambridge General Advertiser Cambridgeshire, England

29 Oct 1845

rarotaused. oar( o 1 ao.teral bad quality and racer Barley r dearer. The few oats °Berri am re..chly takes at to i*r qr over lola rates. Old beaosare Wale, aad mate Lrab prey.. Currency so rue white a% . 10 - 710.. r‘ to +is. Am to bit. BAIN y. ?Irto33r

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Cambridge General Advertiser

Cambridge General Advertiser Cambridgeshire, England

25 Oct 1848

int our It, oileake r tare as valurble as wheat, weight, and more u..ls let as stirrer as eater barley, which art CO•red • bush Again. the same restating oh.. that se rams el all loads dot* their phorphorio rod from the soil, these seeds wit exhaust them

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

22 Feb 1840

Slallabrass, whose tenancy trill expire at Lammas next. Lor 4. —All those Five Acres (more or less) of AKABLK LAND, lying in Black Bush, next the Mill Drain south, land of Thomas Esq. north, and Ponder’s Bridge Drove east; in the occupation of Mr. John Lamb,

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Cambridge General Advertiser

Cambridge General Advertiser Cambridgeshire, England

19 Jan 1844

Prudent then told witums that lie 1 d Reeve (OULtY). eomine from Falmouth, had met a girl sham ti:, y I, bad carried into the bush, and modeled. Other wit' nesse, desenhed iiionareonduct,on time part of Reeve for ('bitty), in Kinglet ol ',rhino. I :tor.

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Cambridge General Advertiser

Cambridge General Advertiser Cambridgeshire, England

2 Jul 1845

Co CaTII , & 11.-Au. Wi 1,41 DAT. Judy 2nd, ot two ERY respectfully sa-ource they are di-'! ci'ehwii ii. the in 0 . 0. :0 Lola ed • .u. n0. , ,c of and mialonnea SELL BY AUCTION, Ind J. We orwoar it, anatomy , earl Oa Mateo , . the 1 4 th due of Jell

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Cambridge General Advertiser

Cambridge General Advertiser Cambridgeshire, England

1 Feb 1843

Meggy, Esq., Esq., Great Tuner-street. John Richards, Esq., Reading. John Richards, Jun., Eaq., F.S.A., New Bridgeat. Thomas Bush &under, &q., Lincoln's Inn- UNIVERSITY AND TOWN £2,000 Are ready to be advanced in one sum on approved Freehold Security .

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Cambridge General Advertiser

Cambridge General Advertiser Cambridgeshire, England

23 Aug 1848

country in regard to the rotation of cropping, the restriction of the quantity of wheat. the repair of fences with rails or bushes, and the meeting of sputa's.. -Mr. Painter replied spun the e.e., and maintained that, as the fantod under a lease, the question

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Cambridge General Advertiser

Cambridge General Advertiser Cambridgeshire, England

22 Nov 1848

J. Bri e fl y, fa., w.llen manufacturers. SNIITIIFIELD. Potdtry, .. 6 .. 0 Wthniesout and Mercer, Skton.r.strmt, 01l lies,* lola fresh the Low tat. 'lints, /mem 313 Th. t•lloweg stater.. aeon the imports of Ily• Moth WI ea Fthit and Vegetable* - „ float

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

20 Jul 1844

K and I* \S I I I.AM), tincrtuwr par* Freehold and the remainder l>*)is**hold WILL, lie SOLD AUC r lON. » ▼ the month next, Lola, the I* hitr IWI Imw, Wisßcru. . , The trhtiit nf tk< iaaf superior qmililn anti ww. iimzhtsf and llutluJ. Land in the IniirhiHjil

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

31 Dec 1853

place and some to another); but would we were tended with the greatest of kindness from the people. remained with them iu the bush they call it two days; we then hud steamer from Port Melbourne, and landed us all safe, with scarcely rag to our backs shoes

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Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England

7 Oct 1854

gratification. Children Tramps during the week 1 Corn Market, T/iar*doy.—The corn market waa steady last week’s prices. stone (4 bush ) white, from 58s. to 60s per ur.; rsd, 50s. to 58s. Oats and barley stationary. Muikei, Thursday. - A large supply of sheep;

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Cambridge General Advertiser

Cambridge General Advertiser Cambridgeshire, England

18 Oct 1848

Soong, Biegleagrade; Chary, Harbin ; Wood, Royston; Roger.. New• n Mut:Sergeant, Linton; Nunn, Bury &Edmonds. Workload. Tarawa; Bush. Lynn ; dbn; Clore; Mang. Hay.r-kill. W••• for lam paws, • W•••••••••• • Frabove outer ent• fact, hundred. of !suites are sole

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