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York Herald

York Herald North Yorkshire, England

15 Apr 1848

D. M. (7 Subs.) Col. Peel's b. f. Lola Montes, by Slane, Bst4lb. (Nat) 1 Lord W. Powlett's c. Francoui, 8»t 41b. (S. Rogers) 2 5104 on Lola Montez. Franconi made the ruuuing at a steady pace to the cords, where Lola Montez went up, obtained the lead,

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Yorkshire Gazette

Yorkshire Gazette North Yorkshire, England

29 Oct 1853

The Despot beat Mr Gowland's and f Brandy. - Mr Shaw's bk d Sibthorpe beat Mr Heron's and r Geordie Rex. Mr Robinson's r b Lola Montes beat H. Loy's r and t b Lucy. Hammond's bd Heart of Oak beat Murray's ns bk b Wishtonwish. Mr Gregson's ns f Fortunatus

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York Herald

York Herald North Yorkshire, England

22 Apr 1848

th f. Dacia, by Gladiator, Sst 31b. (Nat) .„ 2 4 to 1 on Tisiphoue. The pace did not exceed a canter until they came to the bushes ; the favourite then took a slight lead, and after a fast close race in, won by a neck. Run in 2 mm. 7 sec. Match for 200

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York Herald

York Herald North Yorkshire, England

19 Feb 1859

THE COMIC ASPECTS OF FASHION. ea, a evening last, Lola Montez, Countess f J*hose eventful life has created so much interest from to time, delivered a lecture in the festival Concert this city, on 44 the Comic Aspects of Fashion. There was a respectable

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York Herald

York Herald North Yorkshire, England

4 May 1877

Morbey S 6 8 Mr Jemiiugs's Narbo, 2 yr* WJohnaou 0 6 6 Capt Machell's Lola, 2 yr* Hemming* 0 2 to I agst Tortoise, 9 to 4 Conquest, 6 to 1 eaoh Narbo and Ludy Hannah, and 10 to 1 Lola. After bein? slightly fractious at the post. Conquest (tot well away

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Scarborough Mercury

Scarborough Mercury North Yorkshire, England

23 Oct 1858

Coulthard has l>een lost in the Australian desert. His body was was found lying under scrub bush, and at a short distance from him his canteen and other bush accoutrements. Upon one side of that canteen, offering a convex surface tin about 12 inches long

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York Herald

York Herald North Yorkshire, England

24 Jun 1878

Biddulph's eh c Red.Comyn, 3 3-rs paid Mr J Whittaker . eh f Miss Pool, 3 yrs paid Mr F Leleu's b h St Cuthbert, 5 yrs paid Mr C Bush's gi_c Bishop Burton,* yrs paid Mr PlKenny's eh c Master Kildare,<-3 yrs paid Lordffiosebtry 'sfc/CrFirstJSpring, 4 yrs paid

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York Herald

York Herald North Yorkshire, England

24 Sep 1896

G Menzies's f by Hagioscope— The Widgeon Finlay 0 7 11 Mr Jno Dawson's Yardl y Boy Lnonie 0 7 11 Mr J Cannon's fby Marden— Lola Madden 0 7 11 Mr R Riley's f by Sweetheart— Dearest Mamma S Chandley 0 Winner trained by J J Ripley. 2 to 1 a*.,t Yardley Boy

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Yorkshire Gazette

Yorkshire Gazette North Yorkshire, England

15 Apr 1848

Slane, oul of Heeter, by Camel, Sst 41b (Nat) 1 Lord W. Powlett'a b. c. Franconi, by St. Francis, Sat 4lb (S. Rogers) on Lola Montez. Lola Montea waited to the oorda, and won in a canter length and a half. Run in 1 minute aud 4 seconds. The Willksden Paddock

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Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough

Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough North Yorkshire, England

28 Jul 1888

may die ? You have not tola Lola, I hope. Little Rainbow. No, I have uot let out anything about danger. Lola is only too anxious already. 1 will pat the infirmary in hand tomorrow, and I will take Mrs Greswold and Lola to Scot- land oa Tuesday.

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York Herald

York Herald North Yorkshire, England

9 Jun 1877

Acton s Plavfair . 3 Mr T Robinson's Vittoria ?? 4 Mr T itobinaou'a Fifioe 3 Mr R O Naylor 'a Btaphylua 4 MrC Bush's Miss Costa 8 Mr 0 Bush. Buglehorn (late Bhreckhorn) 3 Mr Alex Boltazzi'a John Day 4 Mr Alex Baltazzi s Gttroffen 3 Mr R Jardine'. Escort

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York Herald

York Herald North Yorkshire, England

19 May 1877

2to 1 agst Boottie. 6 to 2 Butterscotch, 100 to 30 Raft, and 10 to 1 Blue Stockings filly. Raft was first away, followed by Lola aud Braw Laddie to outside the distance where Bcottie came to the front and* won by a length ; same dis- tanoe between second

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York Herald

York Herald North Yorkshire, England

25 Jun 1878

Entrance 3 soys. each. —New T.Y.C. ?? Jardine's Jack Cade, 3 yrs, £50 ?? C Barrass's Bogie, 5 yrs, 50 , ?? C Bush's Bird In the Hand, 3 yrs, 50 Mr C Bush's Brisket, 2 yrs, 50 ?? J B Cookson's Good Thing, 4 yrs, 50 ?? J Lowther- Intriguer, 2yrs, 50 The BLAGDON

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York Herald

York Herald North Yorkshire, England

1 Jun 1877

low's br h Instantly, by Faul Clifford outof Algarellc. aged F Archer 1 6 7 Lord Lonsdale's Birdie. 9 yr* ..Hopkins 9 9 4 Mr C Bush's Oxon an, aged Constable I 8 7 Mr Noel's British Beauty. 3 yra Goater 0 6 to 4 agst Birdie. S to 1 agst Instantly, and 8 to

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York Herald

York Herald North Yorkshire, England

20 Oct 1877

Cornu Griffiths 0 8 0 Mr T Lunn's Lady Nelson Horan 0 7 10 MrDislsne's Wild Aggie 3 Macdonald 0 7 fl (car 7st lolb) Mr Shaw's Lola G Cooke 0 2 to l Scottie, 6 to I Agnes La Fiere. 100 to 30 Teesdale and Agnes La Fiere coupled, 7 to 1 each Hawthorn's dam

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York Herald

York Herald North Yorkshire, England

23 Jun 1883

July. Inteenational Pigeon Shootiso. — Ths most valu- able prises ever known were shot for at ths Gun Clnb ground, Shepherd's Bush, London, on Saturday, aad the affair proved most attractive. The chief prize was a enp, rained at £500, and thit was added

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York Herald

York Herald North Yorkshire, England

25 Jul 1878

jts _ rd Ifcreberj-'s Stratbavon, 6 yrs Lord Kosebery's Rosbacli, 4 yrs . Lord Ellesmere's Dalgarno, 3 yrs Mr O Bush's Beadman, 3 yrs Mr C Bush's Farnese, 5 yrs Lord M Ceresford's Caramel, a^ed Lord M Beresford s The Callant, 3 j _*s Mr T Jennings's R-fle

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York Herald

York Herald North Yorkshire, England

3 May 1890

from 7 to 2 the offers extended to 4 to 1, at which price Eucalyptus became favourite. He had beaten all his opponents at the bushes with the exception of Carthusian, but it was left for him to prove tco great a thorn for the favourite, who in the end was

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Yorkshire Gazette

Yorkshire Gazette North Yorkshire, England

31 Jul 1880

Lord Rosebery's f. Doneaster—Czarina, Sst 71b—Constable 0 Lord Bradford's f. by Galopin—Adversity, Bst 71b —W. Macdonald 0 , Bush's Lady Chelmsford, Bst 131b—J.Osborne 0 . Lord Falmouth's Golden Plover, Bst 101b (car. Bst lllb)—F. Webb . 0 Mr F. Gretton's

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York Herald

York Herald North Yorkshire, England

5 May 1877

?? smile. (6 «JM^ 9 4 Mr C J Bedford's Architect , Mpuru S Even. IoU, and 3to 1 agst any ether. After several breaks away, Lola cam< away in front, and after a grand tussle with the Juno ttUy, won by a short neck ; bad third. The winner was not sold.

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