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Liverpool Mercury

Liverpool Mercury Merseyside, England

30 Dec 1858

u- i LOLA MONTES IN AUSTRALIA. is I Z~- ~- . -. - -- a this (From Life in Victoria, ?? eil'?J lives Y ilamey. thing | Lola Montes, after a short preliminary engagement nent; at the Theatre Royal, Melbourne, was induced to vhich visit Sandhurst, where

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Liverpool Mercury

Liverpool Mercury Merseyside, England

15 Dec 1858

LOLA AIONTEZ. Madame Lola Montez delivered her second lecture on Friday evening, at the Rotundo, Dublin, to an audience almost as numerous as, acd much more fashionable than, that which assembled on the occa- s sion of her filrt appearance. The subject

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Liverpool Mercury

Liverpool Mercury Merseyside, England

20 Dec 1858

LOLA MONTEZ ON THE COMIC ASPECT OF FASHION. I (FromSaendeA' ZN~c8.Ldfter.) Madame Montez, Countess of Landsfelt, delivered her second lecture at the Rotunda last Friday even- ing, having for the subject The ?? Aspect of Fashion. The arrangements were

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Liverpool Mail

Liverpool Mail Merseyside, England

16 Aug 1851

spoil moulder peaceably away even in consecrated ground. —Roman correspond dence of the Daily News. Lola Montes ox the Stage.—What has bacome of Lola Montes ? is a question, suppose, frequently asked in London by many of the myriads Who hare seen or heard

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Liverpool Mail

Liverpool Mail Merseyside, England

19 Feb 1848

in that city on the 10th, and of which the notorious Lola Montez was the moving cause. In the University Munich the students have a set of clubs, to one or other or which every student belongs. Lola Montez instituted club of her adherents, the members

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Liverpool Mercury

Liverpool Mercury Merseyside, England

22 Nov 1853

eounced to them, and which Is so much in conformity with the character of a powerful and magnanimous monarch. LOLA MONThS IN CALIFORNIA.-Lola Montes, Countess of Landafeld, is still at San Francisco, where she has been again married, and in regular categorical

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Liverpool Mercury

Liverpool Mercury Merseyside, England

12 Jan 1859

insanity. e LOLA MONT1Z.-This lady is to appear on Mon- 'f day next at tho Concort Hall, Lord lelsou-strccb. a The Mfauchesetr Examineer, in noticing her appear- i, ance in that city on Saturday evening, says-' having .e associated tho name of Lola Montez

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Liverpool Mercury

Liverpool Mercury Merseyside, England

10 May 1894

? Florian, Matchbox, and Ladas to the Bushes, e his where Saltator was beaten, and Hornbeam, Speed, 3 Ates and St. Hilaire were aiso in trouble. Matohbox was here took a slight lead, and came down the ,red Bushes Hill in front of St. Florian and Ladas

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Liverpool Mercury

Liverpool Mercury Merseyside, England

27 Apr 1899

side, and Seintillant and Trident at the heals of Caizyan. and Desmond clear away last. So they came until approaching the bushes, where Flying Pox drew level with Caiman, and, shortly afterwards taking a clear lead, won in a canter by two lengths; uee

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Liverpool Mercury

Liverpool Mercury Merseyside, England

12 Oct 1894

Whrittier settled down an el od even money chance, and, after indulging Gallop- ci ohin Dick with the lead until reahing the Bush es, l es. he. then drew to the front and won very cleverly ci at by half alength from Amnandior. In spite of having ci ba all

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Liverpool Mercury

Liverpool Mercury Merseyside, England

26 Sep 1895

the Cambridgeshire e journey will be Fhorter than that he had now to I compass, I thought it well to journey down to tbe ,t Bushes and see how he was travelling. At that e stage George Chaloner, as they passed me, was v driving the horse to shake off his

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Liverpool Mercury

Liverpool Mercury Merseyside, England

18 Oct 1877

Snowdon; Agnes IFlare Bruclashaw; Scottie, Horan; r Ebctabe;,Hse; a Cornu; filly, Griffith,3 Lady Ofleon Hora ?? J. Macdonald;, Lola, G, ookeo.-fiettig 2to1at ticottle. I to I agat Agnes Is Piere,?7 teleo ga~ri filly. Queen Pippin, end Nothorn's a ot 0t eac

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Liverpool Mercury

Liverpool Mercury Merseyside, England

13 Feb 1856

-To liverpool -For cotton 7-32 to Id. par. lb.;. polioqj ?? 8&d.per bush.; flour, 2s.03dt lola. 3d. per brl.- To .porte. ,Havre. octton,ftJo. per lb.; grain, nominally 200. per bush,; waive Iflour, 700. per brl. To London: Flour, So. Pd. tto.toe. perL

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Liverpool Mercury

Liverpool Mercury Merseyside, England

30 May 1884

dnensts 7 413 11 VWlsteleck ?? 1 l- Wr'n *ed.lh 21 P'easscbamp .. :: 71'2 D7reeop- 2 31 Bar.bery . ?? 7 6s72 ?? 7 9 Ba1 ms ?? lola I Lord Alington'a and Duke ofWBris~ ealed1 0' socptancer to be Opeesad after ActMeis H1ORSES STRU9CK OJUT OF THEIR i I E2N

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Liverpool Daily Post

Liverpool Daily Post Merseyside, England

25 Feb 1941

Hill, to HILDA, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dodd. f\l BUSH-FISHER-Feb. 22. at St. Benedict's, Hindley. by the Rev, Fr Young. RONALD CHARLES, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bush, of Waterloo, to JOAN, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fisher, of

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Liverpool Mercury

Liverpool Mercury Merseyside, England

8 May 1895

190.000 bushels: latst year, nil 45,000 bu)sheli; this season. 21,006,000 bushels; catl l!ast season, 4 3,276,000 bushels. Clearanoed, B l' 0,00C husleis : last year, 155,000 bushels; this j! season., 14,636.0 bushes; las, t season, 33,95,5,000 31I bushelsT

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Liverpool Mercury

Liverpool Mercury Merseyside, England

2 May 1895

Champs ?? offcredl. Rockery held a slight lead of e- Lord Drusmond, with the others close up, until half. rm way down the Bushes Hill, when the favourite drew to the front, and won easily by a length and a half:; L four lengths between the second and

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Liverpool Mercury

Liverpool Mercury Merseyside, England

25 Jul 1854

deposits, litters the ground, and five hits of letters and newspapers flutter about the bushes, andt By and by tortoises of retiring habits, wise had taken to ever the bush mu a fright, and lay there till the men went, in ti, creep out and waddle about inquiringly

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Liverpool Daily Post

Liverpool Daily Post Merseyside, England

9 Jul 1868

69 FIR SWKEPS. Dressed HICKORY HANDSPIKES. DITTO CAPSTAN BABB. 4< Dozens MAST HOOPS and HANKS!. 300 ~ ROLLER BUSHES. Tons Common CAST BUSHES. .. IRON SHEAVES. 500 and Double BLOCK BINDINGS. Pairs ASHLLANCEWOoD an! HICKORY GIL (Quantity of FOTOHELS, RAILS

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Liverpool Mail

Liverpool Mail Merseyside, England

15 Apr 1848

length. Run in I nun. 21 secs. Riddlesworth Slakes, of sovs each, were won by Colonel Peel’s Lo Monte*, beating Franconi. on Lola Montes, who waited the cords, and won in a canter by a length and a halt. Stakes, of sovs each, with 100 added were won bv

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