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23 matches for Lola Bush in the British Newspaper Archive

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Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser

Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser Down, Northern Ireland

5 Jan 1859

LOLA MOHTEZ, Lolft Monte*, after short preliminary engagement I at the rbeatro lloyal, blelboorne, was to visit Sandhurst, where a new and splendid had Jest then been finished, and which Lola filled In every corner, night after night, with enthusiastic

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Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser

Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser Down, Northern Ireland

15 Dec 1858

LOLA MONTEZ Madame Lola Montes deliv red her second lecture on Friday evening, the Rotundo. audienco almost as numerous as. and much more fashionable than, (hat which assembled the occasion of her first appearance. The subject of her discourse was * Comic

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Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser

Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser Down, Northern Ireland

11 Dec 1858

LOLA MONTEZ This celebrated personage made her first appearance aa a lecturer, before a Dublin audience, on Wednesday night. The extensive publicity given to the event by her skilful agent made every human being in Dublin acquainted with the fact that

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Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser

Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser Down, Northern Ireland

8 Jan 1853

notoriety his marriage with Lola Montes, and whose death, by the foundering of his yacht off Fort St. Julian, at the mouth of the Tagus, has been reported the daily papers, executed a will in which he has bequeathed to Lola Montes a interest of 30.0001

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

22 Feb 1848

Social Man!” Lola Montes. —The Journal de» /,/(?&«/« quotes letter from Munich of the 10th inst., stating that disturbances, occasioned by the indignation and animosity prevailing against the Countess Lend-ftdd, better known the name of Lola Montes, had

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Downpatrick Recorder

Downpatrick Recorder Down, Northern Ireland

18 Dec 1858

DOWNPATRICK: SATURD MADAME LOLA MONTE?,’ LECTURES. Madame Moktbs delivered her second lecture on Friday se'nnight, in the Round Room of the Rotundo, which, as on Wednesday evening, was crowded by most fashionable audience, by whom the lecture was listened

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Downpatrick Recorder

Downpatrick Recorder Down, Northern Ireland

28 Feb 1852

that circuit, viz Mr. Coates, Mr. Lawson, Mr. David Lynch, Q.C., Mr O’Haia, and Mr. John Pennefather. A New Triumph of Lola Montes.— Lola Montez arrived at Washington on the 6th, and quite astonished the natives.” One of the papers says that an Iroquois

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Newry Reporter

Newry Reporter Down, Northern Ireland

19 Sep 1885

Wormed t h at be was alive. His mum eau Mahood. iFo;;;;C: Mosordarobeg. woo sbierled loy tin N_ -w.:: se LW posed el MI Wog lola Moon sod oomoosat of pry airs. . _ M.Osraiek 'laded that b. was Masai of lb. losidiog. His father died twelve isemetbs ago

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Newry Reporter

Newry Reporter Down, Northern Ireland

3 Nov 1888

COUGH MIXTURE. 114. dia goosipt el as inisest litrides Burn 4 Las. CONNOR'S QUININE ANE IRON TONIC. Ab invaluable remedy for Lola at ♦pW., 3 Nervosa liability, to Homo. 1/4 ja=. Mist Norwegian Ood Line Oil. We lisrea's Importatics. Dorm 2/. & I/. S. CONNOR

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Newry Reporter

Newry Reporter Down, Northern Ireland

24 Oct 1885

stands, a steamship from Douglas come to Warrenpoint, not to carry visitors or excursionists to it, but to transport them to the lola of ti I n. The matter is one of extreme importance not only to Warren. point, but alto to Newry, of which it is to some extent

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

25 Jan 1853

Mayor, at the Mansion-House, in the custody of Haydon. the detective officer, for final examination. Mr. Mullens, of the firm Bush & Mullens, Solicitors to the Committee of Bankers for Protection from Felonies and Frauds, appeared for the prosecution : Mr

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Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser

Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser Down, Northern Ireland

16 Aug 1851

and said that Lord llanclagh did not use bad language ; at the station he was excited and angry. Frederick Swinburn, of 22, Bush-lane, city, drysalter, said he went by the last train on Sunday night ; he was carried through the barrier by the pressure

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Newry Herald and Down, Armagh, and Louth Journal

Newry Herald and Down, Armagh, and Louth Journal Down, Northern Ireland

27 Nov 1858

im- On-cl do! so placed.” j during the summer. mediately above specified will include that extension I Maine „ do. I Arrival Lola Montes ix Ireland.—The Onl- I Mancoi.d Wek/.el.—This an unusually good crop, toitsrcasonable limit. Deducting tlio expenses

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Downpatrick Recorder

Downpatrick Recorder Down, Northern Ireland

3 Dec 1859

the beginning to tlie end j vent prayers every day for the conversion of the French ,be ~fe . « ted ai,d . sincere Christian. Lola believed it to be a mistake,and defendant would , Canadian people Well God Nlmighty has ranted Montes.over since her marriage

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Downpatrick Recorder

Downpatrick Recorder Down, Northern Ireland

26 Feb 1848

families? Signed , of the parish of Death James Abtbcb, Esq.— We regret to announce the sudden death of James Arthur, Esq., of the Bush, near Antrim. had been in Belfast transacting business during the past week; and proceeded homeward Sunday, a little alter

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Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser

Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser Down, Northern Ireland

30 Apr 1859

the bosh, hotels, theatres, solitudes, tbe rangars. the oonviols. Ibe diggers, Mist Catherine Haves, the governor and Miss Lola Montes; aud he seldom ceases bis ** almighty tall string of chatter,*' always vivacious, suggestive and impertinent it is.

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

4 Jan 1848

of land which Winslow now occupies. Brutal Assault —-Two armed with large stu-kt, entered the house of John Burns, fanner, l>o!la, on Saturday evening. The fellows stood before Burns’s wife in menacing attitude, then told her to tell her husband, who very

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Newry Telegraph

Newry Telegraph Down, Northern Ireland

7 Sep 1847

accordingly.— Louth Advertiser. I.ola .Monte? letter Munich of the 36th ultimc, The Gennun Journal of Frankfort* announces that Lola Montes has been created Countess the King Havana. She takes the title Countess Landsfeld. which was that noble family now extinct

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Newry Reporter

Newry Reporter Down, Northern Ireland

19 Nov 1904

medid, county ened D., E.0 . .P1e0. flexemno Acme, Bleekhnde. and all • - mem ef Nmbee They shsold to• planted in ' bush fruit be grown. !should tee sprayed with the Crown Solicitor had delivered Seeding. in trio Councillor. An ameudment was proposed

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Newry Reporter

Newry Reporter Down, Northern Ireland

15 Jun 1886

be clearly seen in the moon-light. Tom glanced at the windows. Who could tell but thatjeome marksman was hidden under the bushes of the shrubbery, and that he might be fired at as he slept. He perceived that fortunately the windows were provided with

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