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Blackburn Standard

Blackburn Standard Lancashire, England

29 Dec 1858

LOLA MONTEZ ON FASHION. Lola Montez lectured bst week, at the Rotunda, Dublin, on The Comic Aspects of Fashion, Ou making ber ap- pearance ou the platform, .he wu greeted with warn ap- plause. She commenced with the observation, that fashion wu coeval

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Preston Chronicle

Preston Chronicle Lancashire, England

1 Jan 1859

LOLA MONTES ON TEE COMIC ASPECT OF FASHION. Madame Montes, Countess of Landsfelt, delivered her second lecture at the Rotunda, Dublin, a few evenings ago, having for the subject The Comic Aspect of Fashion. The arrangements were much better than on

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Lancashire Evening Post

Lancashire Evening Post Lancashire, England

5 Jun 1918

Managing Director: Mr. EDWIN BUSH. (Tel. 533). 640 TWICE NIGHTLY 8 40. JOHN GREEN’S London Production, The Latest Brilliant Musical Comedy Rerua, “IS IT SAFE?” In Five Scenes. Production by Chaa. Raymond. Exceptional Oast. RENEE REEL GUS OXLEY PAULETTE

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Lancashire Evening Post

Lancashire Evening Post Lancashire, England

13 Jun 1918

amusements. EMPIRE THEATRE. PRESTON. Managing Director: Mr. EDWIN BUSH. (Tel. 533.) 640 TWICE NIGHTLY 8 40. M) 0 LEON presents Miss LOLA CHARM’S Original Musical Comedy Burlesque, “HULLO! BUBBLES”

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Lancashire Evening Post

Lancashire Evening Post Lancashire, England

8 Mar 1918

AMUSEMENTS. EMPIRE THEATRE, PRESTON empire! Managing Director: Mr. EDWIN BUSH. (Tel. 533). EMPIRE! THIS WEEK. 645 TWICE NIGHTLY 90. THIS WEEK The Faroorite *' Millionaire.” Will Collinson’* Burlesque, EMPIRE. tTTTr,.K«. ..T.» RT HOUSE. TOM E. HUGHES

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Lancaster Gazette

Lancaster Gazette Lancashire, England

7 Nov 1857

i..i_ ?? _>rirai ?? WILLIAM BUSH, BEGS to inform his friends and the public generally, that he is declining sending out a Traveller in the country, but the private aud Retail Trade will be carried on a. usual, at No. 00, renny Street. W. B. takes this

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Preston Chronicle

Preston Chronicle Lancashire, England

10 Apr 1847

metropo- litan press and the fashionable gossiping world here have been very busy discussing Ithe affair of Lola Montez and Louis of Bavaria. Dona Lola may possibly not be so well known to our readers as she is, or was, among the morce arinstocrtic blachlrcoeis

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Lancashire Evening Post

Lancashire Evening Post Lancashire, England

22 Jan 1901

had heard and done that day, and the measures he had adopted for saving Lola Arlington f»om an open shame. He hid nothing from her, not even the kiss had pressed farewell upon Lola’s brow, and then looked full in her eyes and waited for her verdict. “Toll

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Burnley Express

Burnley Express Lancashire, England

24 Jan 1931

stopped and listened, and then she heard footsteps coming towards her. Suddenly, frbm behind the bushes, girl came running towards her. The girl stopped, and Lola said: Why, is Tresfta. What is the matter? Treasa said: have been an errand the village

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Preston Chronicle

Preston Chronicle Lancashire, England

5 Jun 1852

Niblo's.. Miss Julia Benet) n was playing with great Malt at the Lyceum. 'The Newr Ill York Heralfd, speaking of Lola Nontes, says, Lola, it 01 t seems, lives in the greatest quiet and retirement Inl the i Icountry towns, lies got rid of all her princes

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Preston Chronicle

Preston Chronicle Lancashire, England

24 Jul 1852

cl to take the office of Secretary for Foreign Affairs, in the room of Lord Alalmesbury. Tna HUSBnASD Ov LOLA MIONTES. - The far-famed ti Lola Montes, who has left husbands and paramours in n almost all parts of the world, has left in India the husband

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Preston Chronicle

Preston Chronicle Lancashire, England

8 Feb 1851

our ?? Journal. CURama's SPaIRI OF ECCENTRcICITY.-.A relative of Bushe's, not remarkable for his flindoo ahiutions, once applied to him for a remedy for a sore throat. 6Why, said Bushe gravely, fill a pail with water as warm as you can hear it, till

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Preston Chronicle

Preston Chronicle Lancashire, England

17 Jan 1852

mother in Sweden, and had been so prostrated by the blow that she could not give her proposed farewell con- certs in New York. Lola Montes had made her ?? as a danseuse at New York. She was well received, hut the audience seemed to be actuated by a curiosity

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Preston Chronicle

Preston Chronicle Lancashire, England

19 Oct 1850

I _MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. I Lola Montez is said to have become devout anti gone to Madrid. Letters from South Carolina record the successful cal. Y ture of the tea-plant in that state. f Dembinski, the Polish refugee, has opened a Cigar store in New York

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Lancashire Evening Post

Lancashire Evening Post Lancashire, England

8 Feb 1919

AMUSEMENTS. Managing Director; Mr. EDWIN BUSH. fFel. 533.) NIGHT WILLIAM LACY’S Rollicking Pantomime, EMPTY DUMPTYT NEXT WEEK. 40 TWICE NIGHTLY 8 40. SPECIAL MATINEE ON THURSDAY, 30. LEO I .BON presents Mss LOLA CHARM In New and Up-to-Date Version the

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Lancashire Evening Post

Lancashire Evening Post Lancashire, England

11 Feb 1919

Director: Mr. EDWIN BUSH. (Tel. 535.) W'EEK. 640 TW ICE NIGHTLY 8 40. SPECIAL MATINEE ON THURSDAY, 2 LEO LEON present Mias LOLA CHARM In New and Up-NvDate Version of the Grand L I g«T«E Seen«■ Splendour Star ar.-i Full rhLOLA CHARM GEORGE lIIRSTE

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Lancashire Evening Post

Lancashire Evening Post Lancashire, England

13 Feb 1919

PRESTON M - EDWIN BUSH. (Tol. 533.) * 640 TWICE NIGHTLY 8 40. BPECIAL MATINEE THURSDAY, M, SO. IJX) I.EON LOLA CHARM » N«w and Dp-to-Data Varsian the Grand Panlamtoa, N this week. md Splendour! ,„ * ,_ „ „ ,„r . ~>T . a ''' F '' LOLA CHARM GEORGE HIRSTE

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Preston Chronicle

Preston Chronicle Lancashire, England

28 Oct 1848

MrO.4oasou's Elimea ?? 1.I n Lora Stranthmore's. ?? co I Elim~a and Gabbler got off together, and made the co runrnin to the bushes, and thence to the finish. Elimea Ab had a decided lead, winning very cleverly by a, length. i Handlepp Sweepstakes of 15

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Preston Herald

Preston Herald Lancashire, England

16 Jan 1886

nrnmonade concert Loudon a violinist. The lady’s real name is Lola and eke was Spanish violinist, who attracted the attention nephew of the late Czar’s inorganic widow. They were married, but Lola Cszmas has since returned to her professional duties. is pupil

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Preston Chronicle

Preston Chronicle Lancashire, England

25 Sep 1847

Europe amounted to £150,000. LOLA MoNTES.-Several of the noblest families in Bavaria, including those of Arco, Shoenborn, and Bassen- heim, have left Munich in disgust, in consequence of the promotion of the notorious Lola Montes to the rank of countess

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