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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

9 Feb 1861

DEATH OP LOLA. MONTEZ. The New York Herald announces the death in that city, on the 17th January, after a long and severe illness, of the celebrated Lola *Mkt- Sue war quietly interred on the 19th. Lola Kontos wu of Irish sad afeeriah-Spanieh aeoent.

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

5 May 1858

. . ' • . . .. ( FHB ' AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF LOLA MONTEB. Lola Wake Mimed a portion of her adobio*plyam 'odium which Dearly filled Hope I,_ . New Yolk : Several leading ' hod, ski Said, °ailed for a lecture oe Lola It sight be supposed that the was well weirrelt

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

24 Dec 1863

-Colonel Nixon. Colonial Defence Corps, Is composed of regulars and militia, and was formed for the mimosa of scouring the bush in every direction.-1 have, he., D. A. CAUMS, Lient.-General The Right Hon. the &crew, of State for War, War Office, Loudon

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

24 Oct 1849

weak and exit:m:444l condition. 1 dropsy, a hich first manifested itself hilellw tliwei, Dowager was at her OW a residence in Bush) Park, Ins het-nine decided. The accounts yesterday of the health of her Maje.ty eoi3 nue of the most diseouniging deseriptitni

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Limerick and Clare Examiner

Limerick and Clare Examiner Limerick, Republic of Ireland

27 Oct 1849

following— M Talking of chirms, I have news for touching the performances of your fair countrywoman Peg Waters, Mrs. James, Lola Montss, Countess Landafcldt, Mrs. Heald or whatever the lady'a real name be. She has incontinently abandoned her last husband

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

15 May 1852

tires at each step ; but lie who alter, perhaps, often • march of great lengi li, lint to annul mountains or penetrate dense bush and revines. tillel probably with a daring and intrepid enemy, as resolute as athletic, ready to murder any one who may fall

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

10 Apr 1852

NI ilium, ba, Chtfail, Crukur, The Dutch Government has refused its intervention in aid of Japan, against the United Sister Lola Monte* has been completely suectssful among the Puritans of 80-•ini. Mitchell's health is so delieste as to oldie him to give

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

16 Sep 1843

Somerset These troops will enter the neutral territory by different points, and scour the country downwards towards the Fish River Bush. where the recusant Kafir Chief, Tolo, and his marauders have taken refuge. Independently. however. of the regular troops a

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Limerick Reporter

Limerick Reporter Limerick, Republic of Ireland

8 Aug 1851

Hood had expanded lar lieyond its banks, and the current divided into two, leaving a small mound ot island in the Centre. In bush, upon this island, the body of M'Kcowii was found greatly mutilated and bruised, and nt distance a mile lower down the river

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Limerick Reporter

Limerick Reporter Limerick, Republic of Ireland

7 Jan 1851

the feuillatonisi, on account of some theatrical speculations, lias been declared bankrupt the Fans tribunal of commerce. Lola Monies continues in thu F.onch Nunnery, deserted her husband and admirers. Tuesday, a young gentleman, named Robert died from

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

18 Aug 1847

y. t. Glory to Gott on high. peace and good' will on earth. Impired the mission of this gond and faithful disciple of the Lola. That divine precept iliflueoceil all his actions in this life and hallowed his dying moments, in anticipation of lb. glue

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Limerick Reporter

Limerick Reporter Limerick, Republic of Ireland

11 Sep 1849

inquest for the present ended here. As soon, however, Dr. Hodges has ' made the analysis, will recommended—A’rwry Telegraph. Lola Montes sad her husband, Mr. are now joj Koine. THE QUEEN AT BALMORAL. Ballater. Tuesday. The Earl of Aberdeen arrived at Bilmo

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

5 Jul 1848

Barron, Esq., R. M. ; Considine, Esq. ; Cal Cox, Lieut Col Doyle, I.t Col Forbes, 92nd ; Lt Col Stratton, 64th ; It (ol Louis, lOLA. ; Major Dupuis, R.H.A. The Band of the 64th Rego. occupied a position in front of the carriage, an ripen van having been prepared

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

24 Jan 1849

brought in the hands of speculators, in many cases, two guineas, so great is the Noel mania. The Countess de Landsielilt (Lola Monte', ex there untie of the King of Bavaria) occupied the stage box at the Opera Comique last evening, and was the subjtet

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

29 May 1847

proclamation : ------- -•• •••••••••••• TO TR. &MOT TOR LORD • • • 'Whereas by an act putted in • the lgth year of the reign M. lola Majesty, king Geutge the Third, 'anilines! • go act to estabilth regulations fur presentmg la./duos die. eases in Deland

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

7 Jan 1868

relation between the partite. The mother warn to enter into security to keep tits peeve for fire yearn, and be discharged; lola Meant', one meth, and bard larhour, and give 'amity the same as hie another ; sod COM McAultffe, two manothe' at hard labour

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

20 Oct 1863

teuthiede et the that is his doom IMO IA& Proluthath were the beet um and the ha Oharthema. lie would caaelhie by mirth' bye Lola ittletrtheyekneek idea 'Shop htt MeMild 611' thepead at the ammo wit& ottirlii, ll W sMrelsd f• the Muth pottehilea at Imam;be

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

19 May 1852

Rides, are posted at llertrog, nenr Eirillo ' ll Poet, for the purpose of interrupting the retreat of the rebels into the Ares. lola Mountains. On Wednesday, the 10th bast. the 3 columns will move to the attack. The right column will direct its main exertions

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

10 Feb 1847

Colonel Wodehoaae, 50th, hag left England. L:ifut. Astell, 15th Regt. is apoointel to tio, Lord liardiage, Governor General lola. ho is a near relative of one of the Indiatiowelko4 I.ieut. Lord Rrowne, 16th Hussars, lstso, % tained leave for Ireland. Seudamore

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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

29 Apr 1848

(Owner) Mr Hartman's h h Mayboy Mr O'Brien's b m Jenny Und Mr Buchanan's b m Polly.. Mr Fusbery's c h lerlregor Mr Fosbery's c m Lola Monte* .. This was a very fast rice. The lead was taken by Mr. levers, which he maintained althrough, followed close by Mayboy

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