Search British Newspaper Archive

Help

Amend Search

Enter the name of the person you would like to search for. Genes Reunited will then search the site for names that match.

If you are searching for a female relation we recommend you start your search using her maiden name.

Filter results by

Help

411 matches for Lola Bush in the British Newspaper Archive

Enter the keywords or phrases you are looking for in the search box. You can enter more than one, for example Locomotive or Jack the Ripper.

You can narrow down the results by county, year and article type to get more specific results.

The text in the results may look strange. This is because we have scanned the original newspaper pages using high quality scanners and an optical character recognition (OCR) process which creates the electronic text. Both these processes produce the most accurate results possible; however, it is inevitable that some errors slip through due to the age and condition of some of the original pages. When you view the original image the text will display correctly.

These matches have been found in the British Newspaper Archive. If you would like to read this article, click on the preview image to see more.

You are filtering by:

  • County: Dublin, Republic Of Ireland

Page 0 + 1 of 21

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. ...
Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

28 Feb 1913

sinner to 366 To-iar • start wili be. to the Phalli/Of mad the; Mr. J. Napa% the ruasorsga rs TOUIMIIAMEMT. 6.11/1/7. The lola ths bush We his shims la seems loam ihs hestps tar 215. andlo6 Mid shied eels • at his inn at a red Crinbridga tar i s .. rats

View article
Type: Article
Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

1 Jan 1859

LOLA MONTEZ. (From Li/c sn Victoria, by Williona Kelly.) Lola Mfontes, after a obort preliminary engagement at the Theatre Royal, Melbourne, was Induced toavlslt ec Sandhuret, where a new and splendid theatre had just rf then been finished, and which

View article
Type: Article
Dublin Evening Mail

Dublin Evening Mail Dublin, Republic of Ireland

13 Dec 1858

LOLA MONTEZ. Madame Lola Montez delivered her second lecture on Friday evening, at the Rotunda, to an audience almost as numerous as, and much more fashionable than, that which assembled on the occasion of her first appearance. The subject of her discourse

View article
Type: Article
Dublin Evening Telegraph

Dublin Evening Telegraph Dublin, Republic of Ireland

30 Nov 1881

introduced to Lola! Muutez, who happens to be in a coach which is stopped by the bushranger, and at makes a conquest of bun : Lola Monte; Countess of Latakia, said be, your destiny is to teems the wife of Ned Kelly. the King of the Australian bush. The parson

View article
Type: Article
Dublin Evening Mail

Dublin Evening Mail Dublin, Republic of Ireland

7 Feb 1861

Adjutant-General C . Mrs. C never thought much about Lola since she eloped with Captain James, twenty-four years ago. Last summer Mrs. C—— came out to New York and saw her daughter. She had heard that Lola was dying, and wished to possess herself of any property

View article
Type: Article
Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

7 Jul 1898

year olds; second receive 10 winner to sold for 200 but declared roe evening i«efore running sold for 100 govs allowed 71b. Bush (five furloi gs). Sir W Throckmorton's Herald- Jumps. Bst 100) Allsopp 1 Mr. Combe's GlenChoran, 81b (£100) R:ckaby 2 Mr. Lambton's

View article
Type: Article
Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

7 Jul 1898

PLATE of aora; two year olds 7st 21b, three Dst, four and opwanla 71b; and allowed 31b; the winner to bo sold for 50 sovs. Bush in (five furlongs). aOa.pt J Orr-fSwing’a Blue Smote, yra aMr J Kendall’s BoearilliM•, aged aCspt Berwick’s Telesinus, ®Mr

View article
Type: Article
Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

4 Jan 2008

Scattier Men. Aranhill Bor. Faster Garth Foxford Havoc, Foxhall Cheeky, Hotfoot Choi, Tiennana Rosie, Cookalw Queen, Aranhd Bush, Clourvnowen Tinnakelly Gtasheen Dos* Midand Mac Paddy. lOUCEP/IY S2S Rattynafr Sitane,Has Wings, Five lily Writes. Charity

View article
Type: Article
Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

22 Jul 1908

oast. tamps. per Wools. 3sl to 61; ferret., p r dce busolov. 7.1 to Id; osallisas. par bush, 3d to 3d; Lola, 3d; 'Mirk per dos bowies. Is to la 6d; throe per bush, 116 61; leatese. Tor doe, 3d . 6d; ad; neetlsi, pre dos, 3d; mot, per dos beware. a. to

View article
Type: Article
Weekly Irish Times

Weekly Irish Times Dublin, Republic of Ireland

26 Dec 1891

should be deep—broad and very deep. The body the girl lay «P<>a the dewey ih, aa be and dug, ever and anuu, would pause and bush his breath, thinking blio bad moved. At times the wind would make melancholy music in the trees, others sudden rustling the

View article
Type: Article
Saunders's News-Letter

Saunders's News-Letter Dublin, Republic of Ireland

19 Nov 1853

800,000 square feet; the New Crystal Palace will contain about one-fourth more, or nearly 1,000,000 square feet. Lola Hoxtrs California Lola Montes. Countess of Laodsfeld, is still at San Francisco, where she has been again Married, and in regular categorical

View article
Type: Article
Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

24 Sep 1990

Prudential Open Tournament by two strokes at Dundalk yesterday after performing a miraculous escape from bushes at the seventh hole. Jones was twice in bushes at the seventh, which was the lath hole in his round, but he slammed bane a 60-fool putt to save a

View article
Type: Illustrated
Dublin Evening Telegraph

Dublin Evening Telegraph Dublin, Republic of Ireland

22 Aug 1923

'NIGHTLY 9 o'e. STARRING FRANK MAYO. A lIIINILLING STONY. ADMISSION -1/3, 1/. 9D. GRAND CENTRAL CINEMA THE CAREER OF CATHERINE BUSH MEIROPOLE RESTAURANT. OPEN DAILY. P.M. and Aft:6.aon Teas. Claw Drama au AMOY (orises 3379). A 'PLUM ►AMU{ LASKY. ADMISSION

View article
Type: Illustrated
Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

9 Apr 1859

passengers any day the comnise- sionere may fix upon between the 80th of May and the Gth of June. MAnDAMl LoLA MoNTRsz.-Thursday evening Madame Lola Montez made her decue as a lecturer before a Lon. don audience, at St. James's Hall, the subject being;

View article
Type: Article
Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

11 Dec 1858

lerI to and the solo performances of Mr. Rt. M. Levey, A large, 01 end fashionable aittendauce Is expected, Ien me LOLA MO.NTEz. ?? Madame Lola Miontez delivered her sec sud lecture last uII evrmnig, at ties Rotundo, to an audience almost as nums'4 ilut moe

View article
Type: Article
Dublin Evening Mail

Dublin Evening Mail Dublin, Republic of Ireland

21 Feb 1848

place M. de Maufor, the Councillor of State who signed the decree conferring Lola Montez the title of Countess Landsfeld. Letters of the 12th supply a truly theatrical sequel:— Lola Montes reappeared to-day in our city, dressed In male attire. Sb<* proceeded

View article
Type: Article
Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

12 Apr 1848

and Ca. nary, ititmediately followed by Lola Ailontcz, Peter Ptndar, Sir Harry, Tancred, and Vulcan, the others lying off, I'll see you thro- it and Prince George beifg neoly last. After runniag about two miles, Lola Naontee fell, the field becoming very

View article
Type: Article
Dublin Daily Express

Dublin Daily Express Dublin, Republic of Ireland

8 Sep 1916

the way Ulster Man, Loch Stack, and Supremacy for most ol the way, while Lola was also prominent. Three flights from home Ulster Man drew I to the front, followed Elgon and Lola, and tho three were in close company the last flight, whera Ulster Man appeared

View article
Type: Article
Sunday Tribune

Sunday Tribune Dublin, Republic of Ireland

21 Mar 1993

Home Bush 2/1, 29 98, 525 Kahka 94, SANDVCOVE 8(A Harbison 3, A Davies 2, M 14 S SlOll 23 , x , se , . Ida Ford Cosvrorth, 101 192, 5. A Lu- /9 96 McCann 2, P Murphy), MARIAN vs ST VII- Av0ca- IS 3 3117 22 o. , ,dyk (Hol) Chip GenaSSl Lola Ford

View article
Type: Article
Dublin Weekly Nation

Dublin Weekly Nation Dublin, Republic of Ireland

6 Jul 1861

through the room. Even phlegmatic Pepe Blanco rattles a pair, and so does a little muslined-out sister of Jezebel, whose name is Lola. Tbe gipsies work on with their droning chant and sleepy, unceasing handclapping, and the guitar tinkles and chimes, in threading

View article
Type: Article