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17 matches for Lola Bush in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • County: Gwent, Wales

Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Gwent, Wales

7 Apr 1860

the gamekeeper was about to ferret for rabbits, and that on entering the wood for that purpose, he saw a scarf hanging upon a bush. As he approaefied he saw rpan, and, observing his coat off, he thought that he had his hand in a hole, in search of a rabbit

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Type: Article
Usk Observer, Raglan Herald, and Monmouthshire Central Advertiser

Usk Observer, Raglan Herald, and Monmouthshire Central Advertiser Gwent, Wales

8 Jan 1859

ments Which then clothed the human race; and the only ornaments for a long time worn were the wild flower's plucked from the bush, the rich berries from the tree, or the sweet, shells from the beach. The only tinge which a lover could find on the cheeks

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Type: Article
Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Gwent, Wales

15 Sep 1849

as a thoroughly satisfactory emanation of his genius. The collection after the service amounted to £237. THE CHARGE AGAINST LOLA MONTES. MARnnoßOircH Street.—(Wednesday). At two o’clock precisely Mr. Clarkson entered the office, and said he had received

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Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Gwent, Wales

21 Aug 1858

Cd.; old, 3s. 6d. sa. 9d. imp. bush. Glouciisteu, (Saturday AugustU.)—Wc mpott a decidedly dull market for English and Foreign. Hates nominally unaltered. A little new is brought the market weighing 65 OGlba. imp. bush., proving the quality to unusually

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Monmouthshire Merlin

Monmouthshire Merlin Gwent, Wales

12 Mar 1852

him with rowels to his sport about the length of the animal's ears, and then run him four-mile heats. A NEW TRIUMPH OF LOLA MONTHS.— Lola Montes arrived at Washington on the Oih, and quite astonished the natives. One of the papers says that an Iroquis chief

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Type: Advertisement
Usk Observer, Raglan Herald, and Monmouthshire Central Advertiser

Usk Observer, Raglan Herald, and Monmouthshire Central Advertiser Gwent, Wales

16 Apr 1859

lint and linen bandages in case of war. The Portuguese Government has authorised the free importation of Indian corn. Madame Lola Montez (Countess of Landsfeld) appeared last week at St. James's Hall as a lecturer on English and American character. In an

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Type: Article
Monmouthshire Beacon

Monmouthshire Beacon Gwent, Wales

7 Apr 1849

found to be imnicnstdy strong, and consisting of a double line of iiitrenchments, in front of which they had planted large bushes in every direction, so as to mask themselves, and to prevent the movement of cavalry. Their camp had been pitched upon the

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Abergavenny Chronicle

Abergavenny Chronicle Gwent, Wales

13 Jul 1883

wind and pain in the stomach, sick headache, giddiness, and swelling after meals, dizziness n aid drowsiness, cold chills, Bushings of heat, loss of appetite, shortness of breath, ens.tiveness, scurvy, and Blotches on doeskin, disturb'-1 • imp, frightful

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Abergavenny Chronicle

Abergavenny Chronicle Gwent, Wales

8 Jun 1883

Self•proterting Broccoli. Thinning out Parsley, Spinach, and Turnips. Sowing Brawl Coleworts, and Spinach betty. en Current bushes. Plaittirc Asparagus, Buda Rale, and Calve Tronchada. Pears on walls that hays set too thi klv, so as to teat e two in a bunch

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Pontypool Free Press

Pontypool Free Press Gwent, Wales

5 Jan 1906

sheet innethately. HOClBT.—Poishipool v. Cardiff Old Boys.—At °Wilt on Saturday leasing by Ido train. PooVviool Joe , ; F. Z. Bushes and W. E. B. Watkins LB. T. Hughes, J. A. Parker, and P. Tinker ; Z. Montan, J. Bennett, Z. Mosley, L. Jones. and P. Oo ;

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Monmouthshire Merlin

Monmouthshire Merlin Gwent, Wales

15 May 1847

nobly rescued the survivors of the Tweed. A gentleman in Kent has naturalised canaiies to his garden, A pair of them built in a bush, and the hen batched three eggs on the 27th ult. A lady, named Downes, who was born to a handsome for- tune, but had been ruined

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Pontypool Free Press

Pontypool Free Press Gwent, Wales

10 Aug 1900

bar. an. berthed with cloth, the Ira el • Susie. tore, Itig slight taper, will • make • capital Mel lei lb ' parr.* ; lad bushed, • small tat ale is beet for co• front holes, though We often forced op.o will, a less wedge Wed is a wooden boodle. Damp

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Abergavenny Chronicle

Abergavenny Chronicle Gwent, Wales

9 Jan 1880

Prutherce, tiWttll 11111, licallioll TIII.MIII Bellue Vas Inn. Ihaiffs.towu, John\ James, ti obe Imf, Beaufort, J;:rces rhitisms. Bush Inn, Cect:lia ll;Notinn. Waite norm! Inn, 1i,..0.t0rt. S.Lnuni Thorn, 1).ow run, Daliestown. E.inar.l Foxwea, Grk•vb.wat..i

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Chepstow Weekly Advertiser

Chepstow Weekly Advertiser Gwent, Wales

30 Nov 1872

and reed wulttae until the wither allows of complete exposure. AruMweed of May kinds Cappinga hedges and small pruning* of bush fmlls are generally urn for firewood, except the fun see of saddle or cannon boiler, for which In some gardens all etuff may

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Abergavenny Chronicle

Abergavenny Chronicle Gwent, Wales

29 Aug 1884

..„.,,, ; „ ? .. Os Mk hot. a& 11 . 21 . 1ert hea lamossak :•M Weal =Om P•rforli7 ow esal Wise. aged SI Ar Teiri illbe bush polishes' was for seise COS Is Ina ism, sew sad boa boa Mosrourblo bassi for opoodas elboote . b.l66 losimid wig sui llf=lW

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Type: Article
Abergavenny Chronicle

Abergavenny Chronicle Gwent, Wales

12 Sep 1884

planted oat In spring, when they rAol/ root and make nice little be hes Wren the Sod of the same ora•ert. The most satisfactory bushes ID porn • are three year.ohl oath which will leer a f..lr arel, th, first sen.en after pl nting They shoukl be selectl

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Type: Article
Pontypool Free Press

Pontypool Free Press Gwent, Wales

1 Jan 1909

pounds of grass, or aPPCOI:tnst,I37 11.,000 Was. The yearly coneumreion of gra-s w. , uld thee wean not fit slow of SAC (POO Lola. These quantities aro prodigi,us, and tbey dinetrate the Enamels which th e land brings forth Similarly, the annual amount

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Type: Illustrated