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Derbyshire Courier

Derbyshire Courier Derbyshire, England

8 Mar 1845

Mustard, p«r bush. ' Lite &• Canary per qr. io New Red Cinque Fuin, 3'» 40 I refuil Rye Grass 24 Carraway, 6« Vares, New 48 64 Coriander 18 li* Old . 36 J8 Rape Cakes, English, per Linseed, 46 t„n Io‘i l»'6 Sowing . . Foreign, ditto <) I,ins. Eng.HKO

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Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald

Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald Derbyshire, England

11 Apr 1885

■tfbtfr* «• “>• ®«?i T o I>B DBOHFIELD. DEB BYSHIRK. rBE SOLD by AUCTION Meeare W. BUSH at Mart, Eaat Parade, Sheffield. On TUE3DAT. the 14th April. Ifi.’S, At fow e’olock in the a/ternon, Coo* ditione of Bala and ia aaoh Lot or L)t« may then determined

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

24 Feb 1854

shoulder, when a man walked very quietly from the bushes about seventy yards in from of him. It was one of the beaters who had been sent to stop the phectsanis, and his leather gaiters dimly seen through the bushes, had been mistaken for hare the professor,

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Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald

Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald Derbyshire, England

31 Jul 1889

have forced thoir way in places betweon the chinks of the bouldere, and break tbe gray monotone of the wall's faoe. Whiterose bushes creep round the oottage and are trained into arohway over the door, mingling with honeysuckle and clematis. On nearing the

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Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald

Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald Derbyshire, England

4 Sep 1889

state of wilderness. The carriage-drive and gravel paths are green with weeds, the flower-beds overrun with sprawling rose-bushes, intermingled with groundsel and sow thistle. The damp spongy lawns are unmown and unswept ; the moles have thrown up their

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Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald

Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald Derbyshire, England

3 Aug 1889

have forced their way in plaoes between the chinks of the boulders, and break the gray monotone of the wall's face. Whiterose bushes creep round the oottage and are trained into an arohway over the door, mingling with honeysuckle and clematis. , neaxing the

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Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald

Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald Derbyshire, England

7 Sep 1889

aetata of willernosa. Tho carriage-drive aad gravel paths are green with weeds, the flower-beds overrun with sprawling rose-bushes, intermingled with groundsel and sow thistle. The damp aponjry lawns aro unmown and ; tha molea have thrown their little brown

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Ripley and Heanor News and Ilkeston Division Free Press

Ripley and Heanor News and Ilkeston Division Free Press Derbyshire, England

27 Jan 1939

(Heanor) 4; Generous Briton 2 *Three Hrse Shoes 3; Horse & Groom 3 *George (Hrtshy) 4; White Lion 2 Horse and Jockey 4; *Holly Bush 2 Talbot ItiQin Sun 4; 'Cross Keys 2 'Lord Byron (Cdr) 5; Pear .Tree 'Nag's Head (SL) 3 ; Nag's Head (Hi 3 It is impossible

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Buxton Advertiser

Buxton Advertiser Derbyshire, England

8 Jan 1859

Into account, may wonder how penny press at aQ possible in England, if is to compete with Us high-priced contemporarles.** LOLA MONTES ON THE COMIC ASPECT OF FASHION. Madame Mostea, Couwleaa delivered her lecture the Rotunda, Dublin, few evening having

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Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald

Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald Derbyshire, England

20 Apr 1889

question thus when Lola and Captain appeared, coming ont the lawn by a sidepath through the shrubberies. I caw them first; they were too earnestly euurageu in conversation, it seemed, to notice me until they were olose to wher I stood—then Lola exolaimed : *'

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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

29 Dec 1875

des- I sen- cribed in a former letter. I do not believe the Turks rogio, will attempt anything so rash, but desperate casesw bush, justify hazardous remedies. This is the only plan of ap a sen- attack on Montenegro which presents any chance of tin rtoldi

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

18 May 1914

ill Walker's Black Kite Wheatlc; 1 6MI Cockburn's Mispnnt . . Ledaoii 2 Mr McKerrow's Silver J ti, J 3 12 ('lavt,oil's Bush Fir; Bullock Mr Tanner's Great. 0 Whitnev's Old Broom Martin Sir C.ssel's Pick. . . - - -.C Hobbs 8 Sir W Copke's Grey

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

21 Apr 1848

about the size of Cottingham; but there arc thousands up the Bush ; those are the parlies for cash. Some come to town and knock down £lOO in a few hours, and go again for six months up the bush. Dear, I must conclude. Give a kiss to each of my dear children

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Ripley and Heanor News and Ilkeston Division Free Press

Ripley and Heanor News and Ilkeston Division Free Press Derbyshire, England

25 Dec 1925

it may still lie .• guiding star la him. well, what's the um of beating about the Rot his wife:' Jr,. liei.toe richinied. bush? he spoke recklessly. , I was a still with warm indiguatio• in her mice: drunkard—you may as well know the wore— What shoot

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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

8 Jan 1845

animal, wtich repjatedly raim to aiid frniii i ctump of bushes. The dog bhirhed, took hold of his amuister s coat, and showed other manifestatiiis of ia desire to lead his nmaster to the bushes. Mr. Goddard, thul lking that one of his mcissing sheep mitht

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Derbyshire Courier

Derbyshire Courier Derbyshire, England

8 Jan 1848

Jones, whom we see in the number before us. driven from home by •• incompatibility of temper” in his wite.to try life in the bush. On his voyage he sees all kinds marine marvels (including the equatorial line) which are most droily depicted; and landing

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Ripley and Heanor News and Ilkeston Division Free Press

Ripley and Heanor News and Ilkeston Division Free Press Derbyshire, England

18 Nov 1910

Colliery. Pit Accident. —Whilst at work in Haalam’s Pentrich Colliery on Tueeday just before noon, John E. Bates, of Holly Bush Farm, met with a nasty accident. He was pushing a |ub in front of him when a large coal fell on him, cutting his head, arm

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

3 Jun 1933

his Orchestra. (Shipping at 11.0. Time at 11.30.) LONDON REGIONAL. 6.0, Time, weather and news. 6.30, The Magyar Orchestra; Lola Shari (soprano). 8.0, Time; Calender's Band A T. Rowlands (cornet solo); Edith horpe and Cecil Baumer (two pianofortes).

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Belper News

Belper News Derbyshire, England

15 Jun 1934

into between 14.30 and 17.15 for running commentaries by Colonel R. 11. Brand the Wightman Cup, from Wimbledon.) 15.30—Percy Bush and his Light Orchestra; Arthur Reckless (baritone). 16.45—Time; Harold Ramsay at ihe organ of the Granada. Tooting 17.15—Children

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

30 Sep 1864

story is too unseemly to be admitted. fiowsTtr, time will tell.— MegitUr, UTTOXBTER. Cobn Return, Sept 28.—Whaat; lola| quantities, qrs. 4 bush.; total amount, £Bl 19s. pries per qr.. £1 19s. 6d. Beans : total quantities, 57 qrs.; total amount, £l2O 15s.

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