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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

15 Jan 1927

that until he had his hand that box of yours. would make Pedro tell him where it was before killed him.'' Lola did not reply. Through the screening bush she watched that passage that led from the sea. For what seemed an intolerable time to both they remained

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

28 Jan 1927

rocks in the nioonli-ht I Having that afternoon stalked Carleton and Lola to the dead lake, and later watched he man emerge therefrom to the bead, had doubt that he would find Lola there and since the way along the cliff wa s easier to follow he turned

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

16 Dec 1926

At the end of at least two hours he emerged from the wood at Hie northern end of the island, and but a little distance from Lola Ancaster's fishing ground. From the contour the island, as he had seen it from the sea, he recognised his whereabouts; and

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

20 Jan 1927

he wa3 out of earshot of the Portuguese. p ie of convenient rocks he halted and stood for moment looking down her. Lola . . . Lola . . There was note of passion in his voice, whether genuine o feigned the girl could not tell, but she shuddered it and

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

31 May 1895

your Frenchman. dare say he'll tell tihe n .With no more thai' a at this shot, Lola rang the bell, and ordered the carriage for her companion. As soon the'latter had gone, Lola went to her to think out the rest of the pro- Pjom. had been her reason for wishing

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

13 Jan 1927

equal terms, in which case he had no question of the issue. Carleton should trouble Lola no more. As the thought crystallised to grim resolve, looking ahead he saw Lola had halted and was waiting for him. When he reached her he found that she was standing

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

10 Jan 1927

I'ttle impulsive move forward. It was slight thing; carried her no way at all; but somehow she was in his arms. Lola! he whispered. Lola! The girl said nothing. A single night of peril together had done what weeks or even months or ordinary association

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

1 Dec 1926

and the vision had been remarkably vivid. He tried to set it aside; but it troubled him greatly, for ho was convinced that Lola Ancaster moved in the midst grave perils, and that rgain through the velvet night she had called him across the wide seas.

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

22 Jan 1927

| and in any case it was necessary for Lola's sake that should be taken. O'Ryan saw the signal and came swiftly the game might yet be won. since Carleton would scarcely j proceed to extreme measures with Lola until | what he sought, and which Silva had

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

18 Jan 1927

Flotsam of the Line s a^°. entered the thicket and the otht c y d - whil st Lola watched, knowing There Cll3appointmont awaiting Carleton. had sudden bellowing sound that Out 0 a note ferocious menace, then a tlie feathery bamboo broke Carleton for

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Gloucestershire Chronicle

Gloucestershire Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

27 Mar 1847

Methinks thou smilest in thy sleep. Tis sweet enough to make me weep, That tender thought of love thee, That while the world bush'd so deep, Thy soul's perhaps awake to me. Sleep on, sleep on, sweet bride steep! With golden visions for thy dower, 'While

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

11 Jan 1927

Flotsam the Line CITIZEN SERIAL. BY OTTWELL BINNS. was in that direction that he stared often, watching the bush for whole Minutes stretch through a broken, glased slit which couple of hundred >ears before had served the sturdy Dutch v 'onturcrs for

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

11 Dec 1926

voice reached her again, wheedling, crafty. My dear Lola He was moving towards her, ignoring the rifle in her hands, possibly hoping that she might be deceived by his affectation of friendliness. But Lola Ancaster's eyes flashed she cried out in a load voice:

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Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard Gloucestershire, England

17 Dec 1859

lived the life of a devoted and sincere Christian. Lola Mentes, ever since her marriage with Lieutenant Heald, in England, has claimed his name, and has always used it in business transaction,. Lola need neithrr play nor preach, for Heald enjoined in

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Cheltenham Mercury

Cheltenham Mercury Gloucestershire, England

23 Apr 1859

must have felt inclined teeny?—»wi >l. . ■ -km “Pray, Lola, please to moderate The rancour of your tongue; Baetentber, when the Judgments weak, The prejudice rtrong. The exaggeration Madame Lola Montes waa beyond everything I ever heard; no language

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Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard Gloucestershire, England

25 Sep 1909

at 1130 o'clock.— The Valuable Live and Dead FARMING STOCK, consisting of I_oo CROSS•BRED SHEEP. vie ..i0 Breeding and Draft Bush 50 excellent darkfeatured Lambe. 48 Barliefl rerttil s g i ta r t r ali.r . 2 Three.yesrold SWIM 4 alters In Calf. 7 fresh

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

30 Nov 1926

Presently, instead of being a black sheen illuminated by solitary star, the mirror became bright, and from it looked forth Lola Ancaster's face astonishing its beautv, the eyes living challenge. They moved him beyond words with their hint courage; with

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Gloucester Journal

Gloucester Journal Gloucestershire, England

25 Sep 1847

after sunset. Lola. Montes again. —The following letter from Munich, 10th instant“ The journals of to day have published a circumstance which has caused great astonishment. The reigning Queen has just conferred the Countess de Landsfcld (Lola Montes) the

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

4 Dec 1926

Flotsam of the Line 'THB CITIZEN SERIAL. OTTWELL BINNS. Lola Ancaster, the glow battle in her eyes, and a resolute look on tlie bronzed, beautiful (ace. calmly ejected the shell and reloaded, sparing she did so a glance for the boat. It had reached

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Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard Gloucestershire, England

6 Nov 1849

in the right side of Bach, who was sitting by the tireand had cautioned Bush that the gun might be loaded. Seeing the accident of which, unhappily, he had been the canoe, Bush immediately ran for the assistance of Mr. Barrow, surgeon, who promptly

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