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20 matches for Lola Bush in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • County: Cumbria, England

Kendal Mercury

Kendal Mercury Cumbria, England

1 Jan 1859

LOLA MONTES ON THE COMIC A??UT OF FASHION. her hiving the subject The Comic 'Aspect , off Fashion.'* tie audience Was large and attentive, with the exception of individual, who baying eotne apparently%ith the view himself exclaim hee aw, bee-aw, iu

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Cumberland and Westmorland Advertiser, and Penrith Literary Chronicle

Cumberland and Westmorland Advertiser, and Penrith Literary Chronicle Cumbria, England

26 Oct 1858

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

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Westmorland Gazette

Westmorland Gazette Cumbria, England

15 May 1852

the 29th ult., during a discussion between Lola Monies and some persons whom she invited to her rooms at Howard House, New York, one of the individuals became excited aud so far forgot himself as to strike Lola a blow in the face. None of the persons present

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Whitehaven News

Whitehaven News Cumbria, England

23 Dec 1858

OF FASHION. LOLA MONTEZ THE COMIC ASPECT (From Saunders’ News Letter.) Madame Montez, Countess of Landsfclt, delivered her second lecture at the llotunda last Friday evening, having for the subject “The Comic Aspect of Fashion” The audience was large

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Westmorland Gazette

Westmorland Gazette Cumbria, England

8 Jan 1859

legs close up your horse's sides, And your elbows close your own. E. P. Chifney.' Lola Montkz at Sydney. At this establishment (the Victoria Theatre, Sydney) I first saw Lola Montez, and, profiting by the opportunity to get a chat with her after the ent

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumbria, England

30 Apr 1852

so much. For six years the cry of famine lias been raised in the Western Highlands and Islands, and tbis it is proposed to bush by tbe removal of the surplus population. are told that 400 families, or 2,000 individuals, seeing no o.ber prospect of escape

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumbria, England

1 Nov 1851

ilu* ovi.lem*c* for .svle-i..-tieal ,! vovag*. and will not consequently allow Brifisli ships to ■ nnrwles, wlncli, the first bush the matUT, are not undertake it. have aceonlingly l»s*n delugvsl with granger tiian tlmsc niiracl.*s Nv*r.;.turc wlik Ii tl

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumbria, England

5 Mar 1859

It appeared to him that there was too much 1 Barnum” in the conduct of the Newcastle Directors—too much Lola Monlez, if they liked. (Laughter.) Lola 51ontez talked about America as a fine strapping young lad —and she might be supposed to be a pretty good

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Westmorland Gazette

Westmorland Gazette Cumbria, England

28 Feb 1852

route the movement of the bushes, and by the plaintive cries of ber child, which every moment became more and more faint For several minutes she continued her chase: mad with despair, she rushed into the thickets of the bushes. Her clothes were soon torn

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumbria, England

13 Oct 1860

market once year. are situate lon branch the boundary river between this province Otago. Th-g eat ia naot of liml er. The rest bush is miles from here, which would bee nsidered wt heme long way to cut timber. Our mode of eon-eying it in bole drays, vety slow

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumbria, England

26 Jul 1851

runco. for ii-1; caM-.-j..- j.l cherrte*. (n . strawberries, per lb. j,orsf betru'S. -id per i|uart. duly Wheat, 0« •‘•d per bush K.itley, ! , S» to -I Com .• torn : .r the k euditig Tuesday i.ts; :—When:, It;* '(rs I* uusb. (S .S.l per (jr

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Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser

Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser Cumbria, England

14 Nov 1854

produce unmixed good result, is very much questioned; for charity, lik‘- human nature, L sometimes blind, often misguided. Lola Montes, the ex-danseuse, has become a bond fide California settler, and seems as contented in Crass Valley as if she had lived

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumbria, England

2 Aug 1862

AUCTION, on Monday, the THIRD DAY—FRIDAY, 9 a.m. 4lh day of August, 18G2, at 3 o’Clock in the L COMFRS* PKIZF. Afternoon, the Bush Hotel, Carlisle, by order of the £l2 ; thir I. XOj’f-.urth, £3; and Assignees of Mr. Daniel Mc.Alpin, the following or making

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Carlisle Express and Examiner

Carlisle Express and Examiner Cumbria, England

5 Feb 1876

Crescent, became the purchaser at ‘630. Mr. Norman was solicitor for the vendor. Thorsday afternoon Mr. Hardy aold. at the Bush Hotel, in the presence of large company, several lots of property situate Carlisle. The first lot, consisting of two dwelling

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumbria, England

20 Dec 1851

Wednesday night, bring* New York journal* the 6th iust. Their chief point Interest terms the simultaneous arrival of M. Kossuth and Lola Montes. Invasion of the Sandwich Islands.— The last arrival from California has broogltt the somewhat startling inleliigvrvce

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumbria, England

1 Jan 1853

has been the railway ; and has called the post-office or at the Old Bank ; such audj such person has been seen going into the Bush the Royal Hotel, or has spoken the landlords these | excellent places of entertainment. Our office has been beset. Fellows

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Kendal Mercury

Kendal Mercury Cumbria, England

1 May 1852

advantage than at the hour of sunset, when a peculiar magic light is shed over the wide valleys strewn with lava, without tree or bush, and hemmed in by dark mountains, whose summits glitter in the rays of the departing sun; the jokuls (glaciersJ are veiled

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumbria, England

29 Sep 1860

and .n.. Bigg Market. Newesstl. . Garhu t or Coleman, Gateshead-, Parrtge, Umhnurj • R 'vhoV Agents’:— Drew. Boron, k C-i., Bush L-ne, I , & Sons. . London. IMPORTANT SAI.E PURE-BRED SHORTHOKNF.It CA'TTI.E and LEICESTER SHEEP. mixcHELL’S AUCTION MART.

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Kendal Mercury

Kendal Mercury Cumbria, England

1 Jan 1853

January. Melancholy Accident.--'The following is extract of a letter dated Lisbon, Deo. 20, received via France Mr Heald (Lola Montes' husband) went out one the vessels of the Royal Yacht Club, having in his company a beautiful young lady. The yacht

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Type: Miscellaneous
Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumbria, England

27 Jun 1851

~~ CHURCH LEASEHOLDS. MEETING of Persons interested in CHURCH LEASEHOLD PROPERTY will be held Wednesday, July 2nd, at the Bush Hotel, CARLISLE, at Two o'Clock p.m. precisely, to take into consideration the Bill now pending before the House Lords, relative

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Type: Advertisement