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Brighton Gazette

Brighton Gazette East Sussex, England

20 Aug 1857

unique and clever performances. Lola Montes. —The renowned Lola Montes i'h now spending few days at Niagara Falls. She has appeared at the Buffalo Theatre as a sort of interlude to her season of pleasure. On Friday morning Lola took the tram for Buffalo, and

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Sussex Advertiser

Sussex Advertiser East Sussex, England

6 Nov 1849

Mrs. Sach, the village postmistress), James Bush, son of a blacksmith, and W. Horsnell, called in to sit with young Harris, with whom they were acquainted, and whilst the latter went out to gel some water, Bush, seeing a patent walking-stick gun hang up

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Eastbourne Herald

Eastbourne Herald East Sussex, England

12 Jul 1941

accompanied by Lola on the piano. After Lola had rendered her concert arrangement of Wko Am I? Pamela strummed the guitar and sang Two Dreams Met, which was followed by another song, this time with a ukelele, Does He Love Me? Lola then accompanied

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Sussex Advertiser

Sussex Advertiser East Sussex, England

25 Oct 1859

souvenir, reraemberauce Lota Moat. I. suitably acknowledged the favour. Lola Monies sailed on the following day fur New York The paver contains the following :— 'Marie Heald Lola Monks, with thank* Mr.

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Sussex Advertiser

Sussex Advertiser East Sussex, England

18 Apr 1848

length. in 1 mm. 21 sees. Riddles worth Stakes of 200 soys each ; h ft DM. subs.) Col. Peel's Lola Montes Nat Lord W. Po.vlett's Franconi S. Rogers to Lola Monies, who waited to the cords, and won in canter length and a half.—* Run mm. 48 sec. Paddock

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Brighton Gazette

Brighton Gazette East Sussex, England

8 Oct 1857

42* 5->“ ™as to 41s ; oats. ; taros, «d to o, per bush. There eood supply, and trade was firm. : ■ s .. -WI d, !*».*« ' barley, 40« to r or; oat, 22s toSai, 4ls 655, , . . ~,,,,,as,- tares. 5s to Taper bush : bread, 1, to 1> ]or !k BatOBTOH, OCToasa I.—Now

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Brighton Gazette

Brighton Gazette East Sussex, England

15 Jul 1847

at from a bush, and severely, though not dangerously wounded, as were also both bis companions. A short time previously another minister bad been shot at in bis bedroom; but, happily, the villain misted bis aim. Little hu been heard of Lola Montes lately

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Brighton Gazette

Brighton Gazette East Sussex, England

7 Sep 1905

Parsons and Sons; sth, value 10e, presented by Messrs Clapekaw and Cleave. Ruby. 14fL flu., C. W. Valiance, N.V.C.C. 1 Lola. 14ft. Hollingisam and Walesa, N.V.C.C. Try, 14ft. Sin., i lt o lor a i : 1 0 1, N.V.C.O 3 lona, 15ft., J. , N.V.C.O

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Sussex Agricultural Express

Sussex Agricultural Express East Sussex, England

26 Feb 1914

LEWES WHIST CUP. Playing at home on Tuesday evening the Phcenix lost to the Holly Bush. Scores PHBUSH. C. Naldrett, sen., G. Naldrett .. .. 4 A. Thompson, C. Shoesmith .. .. S. Care, W. Church .. 1 A. Thompson, F. Funnel! . . .. 4 J. Ainsworth

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Surrey Gazette

Surrey Gazette East Sussex, England

23 Mar 1875

proportions of wheat, barley, sad beanssay, in • ebeshal mixture, 2 bash. of wheat, 2 bush, of beams or pew sad 2 bush. of barley ; the aimed, 3 bomb. of wheat, with 8 bush. of beams; sad the tided, 4 bash. of wheat with 2 bash. of Mama. From my owe eeaa

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Bexhill-on-Sea Observer

Bexhill-on-Sea Observer East Sussex, England

16 Nov 1901

TRkKS for Sale at SedlaMomb.—About 1,000 Apple and Plum trees, comprising very valuable assortment Standard, Half Standard, Bush and Dwarf, Healthy and Well-grown four and five years old Trees, follows-.—Bramley’s Seedlin?, the finest Apple Earth, large

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Sussex Advertiser

Sussex Advertiser East Sussex, England

28 Sep 1858

formidable beasts ofthe forest. At last their eyes caught sight of one of them, perched high up in a yellow wood tree, in the bush adjoining the residence of Mr. Jackson. There he stood with his tail almost perpendicular, eyeing his intended victims with

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Brighton Gazette

Brighton Gazette East Sussex, England

5 Aug 1847

Y.C.; 13 tuba. Hereford*, runta, Devon., Scot*, Ac.; from other parts o( England . «2 52 S S g Sa, SS 2 Colonel Peel’s b f Lola Montrx, Slane Nat I of variout breedt; and from Scotland, horned and polled --a ~a * -ra -.--O -rm. n Lord Eglintoun’s b

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Brighton Herald

Brighton Herald East Sussex, England

21 May 1881

and UANGLBTON BUSH FARM, together with two outlying pieces ARABLE LAND. SEVEN COTTAGES, SMITHY, and good COTTAGE, and an extremely valuable piece FREE HOLD BUILDING LAND, of about three acres, immediately ripe for Shops and Cottage*. The Lola will be offered

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Brighton Gazette

Brighton Gazette East Sussex, England

20 Jan 1886

will kW sad rioted oat Ma apt abaft the aasarrare Mak gam. Mawr saw a goat el pbossomielbalbere ly Mosel awl foal mos Maas .1 bush, awl essered Mom come, ad Mewed' weal S. Obssoolla sedisse I. ibM. a doembplies rll •s , mod, is esommasass, 46=1 emaWaldse

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Brighton Gazette

Brighton Gazette East Sussex, England

28 Aug 1856

efforts could firm the hopeB which we might reasonably entertain from central region the watersheds are T~ (Sundays excepted) at lO.la a.m., 3. pm., 5.15 p.m.. 7.30 p.m. . quly meet witli desultory and i»artial success, and Ui»‘Jhe the have ma«ie of tlie causes

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Surrey Gazette

Surrey Gazette East Sussex, England

24 Dec 1867

patting and rolling him from one paw to the other under the currant-bushes ; and settling on the brisk above, she called the little folks to the spot by her cries. Jamie plunged tinder the bush, and caught the cat with luckless Tip-Top in her month; and, with

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Sussex Agricultural Express

Sussex Agricultural Express East Sussex, England

28 Feb 1947

HAILSHAM.—Rosemary Luxind; Daphne Cannon; Lola Suiltii. HAYWARDS HEATH.-David. Daohne and Bruce Tucker. HEATHFIELD. —Mary Turner HORNET COMMON—Shirley Dadswell. HORSTED KEYNES.—Mary Kina. La. WES. Painala Bush tv: Borah Wilson: Stearall: lana Payne: Valerie

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Sussex Agricultural Express

Sussex Agricultural Express East Sussex, England

2 Jun 1933

recital of gramophone records, by Christopher Stone. 2.45. Harry Roy and his Band, relayed from the Cafe Anglais. 3.3o.—Percy Bush and his Orchestra. 4.30.—A recital of Lancashire songs Robert Jackson, sung Dale Smith (baritone). 4.45. —Harold Ramsay at

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Brighton Gazette

Brighton Gazette East Sussex, England

12 Apr 1888

torn. laa as a reiaaed natal cd par Wen. MR ATTREE begs to mambos that he ii Lastrected by the Trains nada the Will of tat WMr lola Zak Batt, to Sal by Awake, at the Mattis Asada 1., IN. North Streak Itrighton, a Koaday, Aril 11th, 1111111, at Tate e'elook

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