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Ross Gazette

Ross Gazette Herefordshire, England

31 Aug 1871

; I lon boo the pars 'No ilit:ordb ; lad bra ark Raoul lola the the bevies led hem Mend b a t s ate Yet rod Mend IMO arm be bat he vwas popL age ba mid he abseil bet to Fore it If she methweb The Maintain' decided on not granting the biome. On the a

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Ross Gazette

Ross Gazette Herefordshire, England

11 Dec 1902

BROOKE ECD'S, Market Square, Stafford Frn BUSH= OVER I ISMAEL Before having the Electric Light Installed in your Premises, apply for Prima to Edwards & Armstrong, 39, Broad-street, HEREFORD, ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS FOR COMPLETE INSTALLATIONS FOR PRIVATE

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Hereford Times

Hereford Times Herefordshire, England

1 May 1858

AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF LOLA MONTEZ. On the sth inst., at New York, Lola Montez delivered a portion of her autobiography to an audience which nearly filled Hope Chapel (!j, Broadway. Several leading journals had, she said, called for a lecture on Lola Montez. It might

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Hereford Times

Hereford Times Herefordshire, England

1 Dec 1860

undecided course, Topsy was drawn. Lola beat Glideaway. Romping Girl beaf Hopeful. Heirloom against Hazard.—Hazard was drawn, and Heirloom and Rowland, having each bye run, were pu* the slips together. THIRD TIES. Lola beat Bright Orb. Romping Girl beat

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Hereford Times

Hereford Times Herefordshire, England

7 Dec 1850

Miss Cooper's Mural Hours. LOLA MONTHS The Paris correspondent of the Atlas says— The great event ef the religious world, and which has become the most favoured subject of religious gossip, the approaching conversion of Lola Montes by the Abbe Deguerry

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Hereford Times

Hereford Times Herefordshire, England

1 Mar 1851

with a fair prospect of enjoying with his family for some time to come his singularly acquired fortune. LOLA MONTES AGAIN. When Mr. Heald and Lola Montes took their residence some months ago in the Cite Beaujon, they ordered M. Jacquand to paint their

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Hereford Journal

Hereford Journal Herefordshire, England

28 Jul 1852

mentions that the females are all dressed with caps white as snow, and not a bonnet to be seen. The Husband of Lola Montes.—The far-famed Lola Montes, who has left husbands and paramours in almost all parts of the world, has left in India the husband of

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Hereford Times

Hereford Times Herefordshire, England

24 Jan 1852

common person ls. By William 111 , 1695. bachelors were subject to a double tax on their male and female servants Lola Montes America.— The of Lola Montes at the Broadway Theatre, is announced. The house was crowded almost exclusively with the male sex. She

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Leominster News and North West Herefordshire & Radnorshire Advertiser

Leominster News and North West Herefordshire & Radnorshire Advertiser Herefordshire, England

26 Feb 1897

atrar u L the e , lreamahl e to la t e r6 ; etaed i d aliak e. : fore she lays herself out to welcome talent the tame in from bush- Dreadfully mutilated Wein The husband of the munieted worm la his moment its foot touches our cold shores. sacrifices met

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Ross Gazette

Ross Gazette Herefordshire, England

26 Mar 1885

mid his eta s wem any reliance holm _utterly howler. This mese t hi s m yi ag , however apparent. only arising f rom t h e (lOLA ABOUT TO ATTACH THE REBEL& m a imed. an d soon s mil e d th e enem y th e his of brutes and MOM agile° swept all before it-

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Ross Gazette

Ross Gazette Herefordshire, England

19 Jul 1894

wheel. He felt sure that before long the Board would have to build a school either at Arehenfield or Trtdorville. The Owarawan Bush wee suggested, but on account of purehaeing the mite and building, and erns staff of bathers, it was thought cheaper alter

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Ross Gazette

Ross Gazette Herefordshire, England

5 Jun 1879

to the nth Instant. It is rumoured that Ootowayo has boat the Royal kraal at Eland', with the of making the war henceforth a bush warfare, sad giving us no point to strike at. At present, however, the report is altogether unconfirmed. The chief Nanlalaa

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Hereford Journal

Hereford Journal Herefordshire, England

21 Sep 1907

J.W.S. also buys old silver. lace and china. No brawls shwa 11115 How is it that Fritter and Rommaan's Sewing Madinat are lola at about half the prise of most other tethers? The anther is simpfitity and!. = are sold foe Coe only, at =Simms so hire mar

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Ross Gazette

Ross Gazette Herefordshire, England

18 Jul 1895

of food for the stoat of ensue la 1894, as ootap•rot lank it. moot* ;mad le &calla of 1898; sad It shows how &Doodad am our &lola. sad bung's' (bosom fee Sto rovissla taw oar* whit His subset* showers, *NA sae MOW greatly gaited to awl a tissilor calamity

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Hereford Journal

Hereford Journal Herefordshire, England

19 Jan 1889

CIS. Monthly will purshase • handsome PIANO-1../ FORTE, in figured gnomic case, splendid inlaid panel front. steel frame, bushed keys, pinned hammers, gilt incised bracket trusses, trichord.—Tho London and Provincial Music Stores, El, kligh Town, Hereford

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Hereford Journal

Hereford Journal Herefordshire, England

8 Sep 1847

projected iron bridges and railways. letter from Munich of the 25th ultimo, in the German Journal of Frankfort, announces that Lola Montes Las been created a countess by the King of Bavaria. She takes the title of Countess Landsfield, which was that of a

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Ross Gazette

Ross Gazette Herefordshire, England

8 Mar 1900

bolas sharply round *Deaf the Swazis Hop, and away to the east towards Canso. The Bon position extends hem Splon Hop to oat lola, opposite Spearman% along some low hills and Mos shaped like a horse hoe, to a point about opposite Swum lop, when a stream

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Ross Gazette

Ross Gazette Herefordshire, England

26 Mar 1885

waiting for me; just what I wanted, thank you. Our force of 1,700 men hold Bin aerobes—that is, an earthwork surrounded by thorn bush, commanding the wells. We have forts on two commanding heights now. but on oar first arrival we had no men there, and Buffered

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Leominster News and North West Herefordshire & Radnorshire Advertiser

Leominster News and North West Herefordshire & Radnorshire Advertiser Herefordshire, England

20 Nov 1896

that our special responsibility was being disclrged. Alluding to Lord Rosebery's resignation, Sir Henry remarked that the lola of their leader, heavy as it was, need not hinder them from pursuing their public course with confidence and with hope.—A vote

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Ross Gazette

Ross Gazette Herefordshire, England

23 Apr 1896

siert, tor. During war lie was stationed at St. i n t e rposed, and was also fired upon by George, a sort of distributing lola for a large r eceiving an ugly wound in the breast. The Steric. When all hid gut their batch of rtuff off, and infuriated Austrian

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