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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

26 Oct 1849

squabble, bis fair and fiery friend Lola Montes, or Peg Waters, or Mr*. James, or Countess Lansfeldt, or whatever her name really is, has shaken herself free from young Heald, bavingfirst had secured upon her for life, Miss Lola, dIKXW. a year, which, with economy

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

22 Feb 1850

home. The next day, when she told him of Mr. Bush's being shot at, changed countenance and appeared confused. He also inquired in which house Mr. Bush Uved. It was about twelve o'clock, soon after Mr. Bush bad returned from his visit to Elis. Barker,

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

21 Aug 1857

then removed, the Comptroller promising to communicate their Worships' wishes to the Commissioners. Lecture by Lola Monies. —The celebrated Lola Montes has been lecturing in Canada on Female Beauty. According to the Canadian papers, the lady proceeded to

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

2 Apr 1847

occasioned by the practical joke of Lola Montes. Good Shot at a Rhinoceros.—We proceeded along the reedy margin of a small rivulet, and, passing through a narrow, stony gorge, entered a valley thickly sprinkled with bushes. On a sudden we remarked an object

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

11 Jan 1850

to excess, He took for his subject the vision of God unto Moses in the burning bush, which, though burning, was never consumed. The comparison drawn between the burning bush, and that peculiar nation, the Jews, is indeed worthy of our observation. The

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

25 Feb 1848

proud of such a man as Sir H. Pottinger, who has thus brought second war to a successful termination Bombay Times, Jan. 15. Lola Montes arrived at Bonn the inst., and left on the 17th for England. According to an TJlm paper, the King of Bavaria had given

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

24 Jul 1857

Guilty.— Manchester Guardian. Lola Months at Panama. Occasionally some distinguished passengers passed on the upward aud downward tides of rascality and ruffianism, that swept periodically through Cruces. Came one day, Lola Montes, in the full zenith ofherevil

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

18 Jan 1850

available to meet his deficiencies, in preference to his trade creditors, whom he owes some large sums.— Yorkshire Gazette. Lola Montes.—We understand, from the Ih-'sl authority, that Mr. Heald, late of the 2d Life Guards, whose resignation of his commission

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

21 May 1852

subscribed, but none, yet, paid in. Lola Montes has been lately engaged in a Battle Royal with an Italian Count. At party in her rooms, at Howard House, New York, tbe gentleman so far forgot himself, it is alleged, as strike Lola a blow in the face. He was

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

29 Oct 1847

visiting Munich at the present moment, perhaps the most curious is the residence of the Countess of Lansfield, the celebrated Lola Montcz. Among the apartments thrown open to public admiration is the Countess's bedchamber, which is fitted up with royal

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

26 Aug 1853

work labourers they have but one alternative—for the husband to go Into the bush shepherd, and his wife to accompany him hut keeper; they have, however, sort of horror of the bush, and prefer privation with sympathising croakers to plenty in slab hut with

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Grantham Journal

Grantham Journal Lincolnshire, England

7 Jan 1860

proportionate figure.—lndian Paper. On Thursday, two men, named Simpson and Goldstraw, were descending a deep shaft at the Holly Bush Colliery, near Hanley, and when near the bottom the rope broke, and the two poor fellows were killed. It is said that death

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

15 Feb 1861

engagements have occurred. The natives have not courted fight, and the weather has been unfavourable for expeditions into tbe bush. Moreover, General Pratt's force was weakened by tbe necessity of sending 400 men northward for the protection of the capital

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Skegness Standard

Skegness Standard Lincolnshire, England

6 Nov 1929

iilack, 9; each, or any other colr.ur.—J. V> mtou. Ihe Dyeworks. street, Louth. Keccit mg Otface 111. Laetgale. Louth. PAT LOLA. Pine Pocket Inhaler; unia equalled; antiseptic properties lor combating Hu, bronchitis*, asthma, catarrh, colds, latest design

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Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian

Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

5 Jul 1947

102, Boston West a. Hammond W. Appleby End 102. ,21 R. D Robinson J. S. Lyell On Skegness Foreshore green on. V Scott J- P- Bush Monday L. Lowe A. Norman 21 * t Nelson C Walklev H. Goy J. Cole 21 E. Ashley F. Day 13 19 G. Lowe B. Dickinson 21 S Green Aimis

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Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph

Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph Lincolnshire, England

14 Jan 1939

ADVENTURE (Mrs Dawson) F Clark 7 11 2 NOBLE ARTIST (Mr C Bewicke) Private 11 1 BABA (Mr L Mortimer) Bladon a 11 1 OPHELIA BUSH (Ld Southampton) M Vasey 8 10 13 BIG BAD WOLF (Mr A Saunders) Mitchell 8 10 11 TRAITOROUS (Mr J Deuchar) Lyde 5 10 11 GUILDER

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Grantham Journal

Grantham Journal Lincolnshire, England

29 Mar 1879

Salop). The mere means lake. Lock was the Scandinavian god of mischief, *nd perhaps still lnrks in Locewood and Locetoe, though Lola was name much used by mortals. Does übiquitous Puck mod at in Pocelieotoe, or is it only indication the dwelling-place some

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

5 Mar 1847

Munich of the 22d ult., mention that the populace of that capital were so exasperated against the ex-Parisian lionne Senora Lola Montes (the new favourite of the silly King), that the authorities had been obliged to order her out of tbe city. She left

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Grantham Journal

Grantham Journal Lincolnshire, England

21 Aug 1858

volunteer under the eye of Lord Hardinge in the Punjaub. This King—we need not say how unlike in character to his father, of Lola Montes notoriety —is not disposed to yield any countenance to the spirit of religious bigotry; and, not unmindful the faith

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

26 Mar 1847

adjacent Island of Biesiton. The population of the two is about 60,000, mostly Chinese. The Rhenish Observer announces that Senora Lola Montez has been created Countess de Sternheim, and that the diploma conferring Bavarian naturalisation is to be given to her

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