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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

1 Jan 1859

LOLA MONTES IN AUSTRALIA. (From Life in Victoria, by Wißiam Kelly.) Lola Montes, after a short preliminary engagement at the Theatre Royal, Melbourne, was induced to visit Sandhurst, where a new aad splendid theatre had just then been finished, and which

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

25 Dec 1858

LOLA MONTEZ ON THE COMIC ASPECT OF FASHION. (From Saunders' News Letter.) Madame Montez, Countess of Laudsfelt, delivered ber second lecture at tbe Rotunda last Friday eve- ning, having for tbe subject The Comic Aspect of Fashion. The arrangements

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Winsford & Middlewich Guardian

Winsford & Middlewich Guardian Cheshire, England

21 Jan 1899

BUSH WIT AND HUMOUR. LECTURE IT TI. AT awoke lir. Moat* &UMW Imam T los • poll Wag Wawa,. it Oft if. • lung Waw* Yaw pardons OM dream. Oa.. imam. aia. w..w wow\ dmsdrl bed bed or tide dr Odd . *at T. lAA proved. did Imo dry di.* mod to dad dog Ida d midday

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Winsford & Middlewich Guardian

Winsford & Middlewich Guardian Cheshire, England

7 Sep 1901

TUE VOICE UV A NIT, NAVY ,uepre AM) VOLUNIIIEN MEM& to attend tl • terhite. .bush could .tele tail to pro. Tier till holm •• Nooeleo• duce tve.to-tou, end all a. Old tired. 111 a name la Y. Ito etruette pireedeuro. 1., 00 Moir*, at Wm.., and the

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

25 Dec 1897

you ? Anything. Madame Lesselle, said Lola. But tell me one thing before you go — Why are you so kind to roe ? Because once I fancied that I loved you, replied the Colonel, simply. The tears fell down Lola's cheek. I thought so. And I might have

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

2 Oct 1897

feel as if he would not be the same Mark I have known. And (if I am not mistaken, Mrs. Arlington) you think much as I do. For Lola Arlington had been unusually grave and quiet since the reception of the news, although her heart was thiisung to find some

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Congleton & Macclesfield Mercury, and Cheshire General Advertiser

Congleton & Macclesfield Mercury, and Cheshire General Advertiser Cheshire, England

17 Dec 1859

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

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

20 Nov 1897

thought she had only sng- gested the plot, or that it had been dramatised •om some obscure tale, of which she was the author. But Lola Arlington waH, as may well be imagined, in her glory, and believed herself to bethe object of attraction to every spectator

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

18 Sep 1897

evasive answer, Colonel Escott came to the conclusion that business matters were somehow going wrong with his friend ; but Lola Arlington was not to be deceiv- ed by words. She had watched Mark Kerrison's growing interest in Lily Power from the beginning

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Crewe Guardian

Crewe Guardian Cheshire, England

1 Jul 1908

cooker{ awl Hr. Eateries read Wass caefully. hen • meows wed& wide mina% mid glee Newis were 11 Mei= uncle. Yaw ewer Mae—tow bushed pounds—yea yeas prowl.* to Lard Do LOWS ire la • way whisa ehoweed les WM, hag ems** which Mr. Egleidas gargoyle he thought

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Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

30 Aug 1833

wt-rk's prices. Wheat hiLsh. 70TT>s 0 S Barley, bush, of COlbs. for pimlitu; 5 0 5 t» OaLs, bush, of Irish mealing 3 2 3 5 Peas, imp. bush. C» 0 ♦» 'J Beans, imp. qr. . 0 0 Malt, load of six imp. bush 42 0 44 0 Flour, & of 2H>lbs 45 47 Oatmeal

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Crewe Guardian

Crewe Guardian Cheshire, England

12 Jun 1875

wishing some bush. removal from garden, told kis gardener to pull them up by the mote. Some time after be went into the rani., and foundthe wiener digging trenches round the bushes. Why, George, he said, you need not dig aroma those small bushes in that

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Crewe Guardian

Crewe Guardian Cheshire, England

26 Dec 1874

on Neloolity uittlit last she heard priaosse tell her brother that he hut beet • fond the owl,: • hoo ',y e s to roost to • bush. brother toil, where soil prisoner replied. sod will Between fire and o'clook on the folkivel de hands moraine she boar.lpriedie

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Crewe Guardian

Crewe Guardian Cheshire, England

12 Aug 1891

their work The site is always that V. Visitor shall Jo all kiwds of things there. p:ogle, not one . thing for miry poop's. Bush I. very h.0.l audio* of error just leitiatwol io limitheark —a schema for helpruur rebating the distressed, but ranted ust

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Crewe Guardian

Crewe Guardian Cheshire, England

14 Jun 1873

o fe foamed that the only Way la Which drmakee•eas tbe wedd by fig h t such • represested. ( tpplaewed Is might to. aaked bush • stir pale about &tau. tare er e the& and such rev.. thing. .sere some of thew wile. be f.ared, have relied all that terrible

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Crewe Guardian

Crewe Guardian Cheshire, England

5 Oct 1892

tiptoo v, ma over the II usews hee, 7 Maras • goal I. but Festive got • dribble. but made metals Oaks. of, and retuned teed bush. Berraboat lowtrd tits mate, awl tool to rota, Compton be•seg returned after Wag atteoded to 0111 lilt Runner. .lab None.*

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Crewe Guardian

Crewe Guardian Cheshire, England

25 Jul 1891

en-elect to.. the raivert.ty ..fresebehlgt. Tel,. eel Geri.et valley. 1,, r1.41‘. and thence thesehe elem., the llolyleed red Bushes set Wren t (linter. and le elowerd• slang the highese to Shreer.ter•. voeld le • et great difficulty. The di.lare, teem the

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Northwich Guardian

Northwich Guardian Cheshire, England

24 Feb 1886

oath d lob! head, and bright, Intolligent Lim. in his menial mow he always mom d to ha in a greet hurry about something; bushing .J h.:getting about has Moe trilling things, as thotigh the I,,ll•being of he State dopen led no his earning theta thiough

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Crewe Guardian

Crewe Guardian Cheshire, England

10 Jun 1891

torgoatroat. gala, fr to Wow. slat be was dolor and Ito mold kites tat • sr Motor.. Wilma him to berm. and told Iwo {Anew 0.6644 lola hand tam Wow Mr. t. Lectitt. arab drudMa ßa tatr Cr w w e chaarh rte Jaw P. C. lowa amid ca the data he a duty Ia attatreet

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Crewe Guardian

Crewe Guardian Cheshire, England

24 Nov 1877

IDa la lay of Mambo, To. Mb BiClO Wan 4 awl 11.1kolora L 1. UONET Luba an mood Morlopie ANA Lanais ~1100, sum to o S Z Marlow Lola. sad Oarmts. ItGra. Moms. tr =oar required MaCM pa' Me. .2. Reed“. rlhllrr. mad UONUT.—.OIO4 8404 ADD nal to Adramml roppenell

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