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Glasgow Morning Journal

Glasgow Morning Journal Lanarkshire, Scotland

15 Dec 1858

LOLA MONTES ON THE PLATFORM. Lola Montes delivered her second lecture in Dublin on Friday evening. The subject of her discourse was “The Comic Aspects Fashion'’—a theme which scarcely afforded sufficient scope for the display of those features necessary

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Carluke and Lanark Gazette

Carluke and Lanark Gazette Lanarkshire, Scotland

27 Jul 1934

come to know of this? Lola's face was white and strained and Stephen had added proof, had he need of it, of Lola's beauty of character; her goodness. Her one idea was to save a woman she had never even met from deep At last, Lola, you are daring to be

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Carluke and Lanark Gazette

Carluke and Lanark Gazette Lanarkshire, Scotland

27 Jul 1934

old bands drew Lola's gloves from her frosen fingers and massaged them back to life Wan. It was good to be here, away from all the luxury, the false atmosphere of her London life, the adulation of the crowd., the strain of her acting. Lola could be herself

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Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner

Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner Lanarkshire, Scotland

28 Jan 1882

Tb. 1.4 Yr • dui .1 r. b• .1. lira 6 .7 1 11. 8..0m Own ram Jr. whoa. lite, y 614 , Om Airdrie it mate. at tbe4 dm tha bush i• fr.. • but la be • fw ✓d haw W. Ll6OO £460 W6l soot 1 ▪ briar et Wry • .7.616•1• wry bk. • rYib at eras we esquire amid

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Glasgow Herald

Glasgow Herald Lanarkshire, Scotland

23 May 1889

was started to makie the running for Donovant. When Tons Criboo retireda The. '.urcaphoue brought thae field along to the bushes , where the Two Thousand winner Enthusiastwas beaten, and Donovan wenti to the B. front. He was folloewd bv his stable-compsanionI

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

26 Jun 1884

of 200 Bove each, ft, for two-year-olds; colts, est; fillies, est IOW; second MIMS stake. T. Y.C. (six furlongs.) 18 subs. Lola Alington's Match Girl, Sst 101 b Cannon 1 Doke of Patti:nide letogweil, list Archer 9 The last-named made the running into

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Glasgow Herald

Glasgow Herald Lanarkshire, Scotland

27 Mar 1896

near, ?? Chimes last, for a buarter of a mille, wshon Bush Chat diress to the front, followed by Deranrus, with Frasicis If. takiog- third place. sad Melange aod Sprooc set. lfl'vyup the straight Bush Chat was beateo. and Lord llceney took uptherulooiag

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Glasgow Herald

Glasgow Herald Lanarkshire, Scotland

6 Oct 1885

Me. white I/n 6 6% BrIne 5% Se 3m/on 35*ro MO. Fete. 0.10. Oil. iCier, Silt Fair (5.0. tirnab - 'l'0/m ?? 53' Pernerim, . -. LOla S?-lSc 3% MiMI 4y. ?74a ? ?? 3/mo tirerere..,,., - S?,a 3'Vra O'niriin p 3Yre Minranbam. ? ?? ? 4n?al 5 Son 3 Ac 42a ?? elicited

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Hamilton Advertiser

Hamilton Advertiser Lanarkshire, Scotland

7 May 1864

hers. They met she seised that of the youth with the firm ness of death grssp Floating his feet firmly behind the root Mb* bush, be put forth bis strength, and sought draw her up him. Assisted thus, she put her (oee into the crevices of the rock, and

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Glasgow Herald

Glasgow Herald Lanarkshire, Scotland

22 Aug 1898

cst s fu~lly 8010 lambs. This is ale pra~c'!-r sac' at ;bs ?? sor oee lambs. 'it- half-brod ocorian, embraces- ?? ass usual lola frost the Lowanled ?? se he con iazn', alat-r ad isis year. The osle romw.axrced ocihes-.aa si,ma was a torge Iathea.-ma-

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Glasgow Saturday Post, and Paisley and Renfrewshire Reformer

Glasgow Saturday Post, and Paisley and Renfrewshire Reformer Lanarkshire, Scotland

26 Mar 1864

From Baltimore we learn of a raid in the Chesapeake Bay on Saturday last, by which two vessels were captured—one a tug, the lolas, in the employ of the government as a despatch boat, and the other sidewheel steamer, the Titan, loaded with commissary stores

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Glasgow Herald

Glasgow Herald Lanarkshire, Scotland

24 Sep 1896

to I each Recoby anedh others, ire The Widgeon filly showed the way from lbs Slearest f. Menaea filly and Madrhen, r~ith the Lola filly nteit end Bereastplate in the rear. So they ran till entering the P strulgiot. when Sadeber, clrov to the front, but

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Glasgow Herald

Glasgow Herald Lanarkshire, Scotland

23 Oct 1890

thes front. They were succeeded by Nlat- El rater asd Alica4nto, with Belmnont meat pro- jhli Jmincen of the others. At the Bushes ln the last-named took a slighrt lead of Alicasata, th 'Testig, andi Viotoricus, and to this lot the issueatel 7, way now

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Glasgow Herald

Glasgow Herald Lanarkshire, Scotland

3 May 1894

have follu the top and the west sl pe covered with a crop of barley, while the east slope was a ta.ngle 1o weeds -and small bushes down to the rocky clip of sandstone, same 40ft. above the stream-be3. Four thousand years ago, however, there wavs no lofty

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

10 Oct 1895

Conlcan 25—1 Count M 0 12 Indian Queen 33 1 10—1 Bock Dote Argeuaut 100—6 Opera Glau 50—1 Seek and Find 0 6 Banquet IL 50—1 Bush 100— 6 Aborigine 66- 1 St Hilaire 20- Bard of Aron 66 - Vic 20—1 Tclncope 100—1 Bride of Sea 20— 1. Lord Drummond 100 1 Villien

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Carluke and Lanark Gazette

Carluke and Lanark Gazette Lanarkshire, Scotland

19 Feb 1926

g Orange. The previous night he and his man, Simpson, had packed it tightly with thorn bushes, pending the tardy arrival of Nally, the Killyduff mason. The bushes lay scattered about the grassy lime or boreea outside, and the gap seemed to yawn more widely

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

7 Jul 1886

second. The two crews got away, rowing over strokes the infnnte. Thames led the head the island, but then, helped the shelter bushes, the Hall eight drew level, and led a quarter length at Fawley. Then they gradually increased the Red House, where the of

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Glasgow Evening Post

Glasgow Evening Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

4 Oct 1883

eesehemelt and a s k laa to g• 1161 4. with Your 'dwelling -houses, situated at iduarryfoot, Bonny- t , an . him, which I did. lola just Inman and yell had rigg, was hold at £242 , the upset price being £ . ..t00. I ingenious and so far serviceable o n e

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Glasgow Herald

Glasgow Herald Lanarkshire, Scotland

21 May 1890

Brooklyn, Dasvite, and. ilirabelle, Th, l5 with Sebhatian, Palmiste. Wild Berry, and Corbedle lying Go! Iree wel up, to the Bushes, when the three placed drew QiwsY, Ha -0Em end Hirabelle, staying the longest, woo easily by two leegthaS De b three le~n

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Glasgow Herald

Glasgow Herald Lanarkshire, Scotland

2 May 1895

journey. The first to brealk the It line was Fossickar, who was followed by Sir Visto, Loveno, and The Lombard. At. the i bushes Sir Viato took the lead, hub was rrased by i TRirkoconnel i to the dip, where the critics pte- dicted he would fail. Comino

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