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Thame Gazette

Thame Gazette Oxfordshire, England

4 Jan 1859

LOLA MONTES ON THE COMIC ASPECT OF FASHION Countess of Landsfeldt, delivered her second lecture at the Rotunda. Dublin, a few evenings ago, having for the subject “The Comic Aspect of Fashion.” the opening portion of her address, of which brief outline

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Oxford University and City Herald

Oxford University and City Herald Oxfordshire, England

27 Jan 1855

bounty. The last reported exploit of Lola Montes in California was horsewhipping of tho editor of the Orasa Valley Telegraph, forwriling of ths Lola-Montes-like insolence and effrontery of the Queen of Spain.” According Lola’s account, she parried blow aimed

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

21 Oct 1858

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

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Bicester Advertiser

Bicester Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

23 Oct 1858

Coulthard ben been lost in the Australian desert. His body was was found lying under a scrub bush, and at a short &island , front him his canteen and other bush accoutre- Upon one side of that canteen, offering a convex surface of tin about 12 inches long

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Oxford University and City Herald

Oxford University and City Herald Oxfordshire, England

1 Nov 1834

Com* mercial Room of the Bush Hotel between the hours of eight and teu •'dock on the night question, but that appears to about the only truth to which he deposed. 1 have the authority of Mr. Cartwright, the landlord of the Bush ; Mr. Kiddle, a commercial

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Oxford University and City Herald

Oxford University and City Herald Oxfordshire, England

16 Feb 1861

consequence of which departed immediately to ,) apau. FOREIGN Lola Monte* is dwnl—reslly de*d this time; and the York Kvniing Fort gives the following edifying account of her death;-The list moments of Lola Montes uttered a singular contrast to her earlier career

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Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette

Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette Oxfordshire, England

3 Nov 1849

influence.’^ Lola Montes.—The Barcelona journals of the 19th instant had announced that the husband of the celebrated Countess of Landsfelt, Mr. had suddenly disappeared from that city. The Fomento of the 201b, however, stales that Lola Montes succeeded

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Oxfordshire Telegraph

Oxfordshire Telegraph Oxfordshire, England

28 Feb 1883

promoters of the meeting. The proceedings were commenced with the singing of the bymo Hold the fort, after welch Mr. F. Bush engaged in prayer, asking that those who bad taken the temperance pledge and donnesi the blue ribbon, might be led on from

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Oxfordshire Telegraph

Oxfordshire Telegraph Oxfordshire, England

1 Aug 1888

Bev. O. IL Kelly Reed. 67 votes: Dr. titephemeem. 70 ; Bev. Joseph Bush, 316. The last vats having been ratified by the • Legal Hundred,' Mr. Binh was declared president for the . Mr. Bush entered the Wesleyan inhale, In I and after a tans of reeldeuce at

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Henley Advertiser

Henley Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

24 Oct 1903

or diecoloured lower leaves ex ie. upon any break them off to vivo air free play amongst them. 13nan FRUIT —0 often sees the bush fruit in gardens be i tog eeidence of neglect, not so much in the matter of pi g, but rather from the effects of age. A few

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Oxfordshire Telegraph

Oxfordshire Telegraph Oxfordshire, England

16 Mar 1870

; la bags), WOOL boo ace on an ••Lteoei se ode, the tote of the otacitot bas Icon baaltb7. .ad the value of all dm:riotous lola been sell usietsiami. Itsaoroarv—The deittaild for wool delis. the Pod of • woe duo MA cleasober. have sot meadow. the iadatemace

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

17 Dec 1885

Mr. h. de C. Oakeley, m bush ■ tidalammiut. 12s. ; price per - note, directed to Organist, and asked Mr. Short if he required them. A Dows Case.-A. Johnson. Red Lion speech acknowledged the gifts. Wood of , r ti 2)<> qrs. bush. ; total amount, once and

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Oxfordshire Telegraph

Oxfordshire Telegraph Oxfordshire, England

28 Jan 1880

sommihasty :—lstoator Md. S. to is ; ditto, 3e. 4d. to 4s. Y.; prim imiodlOM N. lola ; palm Mot& Mita, de. M. Ga. M. ; to AL 4d. ; inferior la M. MU 4d. ; 34. 4d. lola 4d.; One awe. 4.. 4d. to ads.; 3e. 6d. to Is. ; mon dilto, b. tole. 4d. pot Mb. by

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

12 Feb 1857

41 Ditto, fine Suffolk 41 44 Grey 15 M Takes per bush. 7 Seed Canary par qr. 7S lta|>e per last 18/. 41/. llempseed per qr —> Mustard, whiteper bush. 10 14 Cakes Linseed per 1000 12/, 11/. .

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Oxfordshire Telegraph

Oxfordshire Telegraph Oxfordshire, England

23 Dec 1868

oser the loose atones to the islet, and burst Into the bushes. They re• jelled use. I dashed aside into the water. It was about two feet deep. Down I went with giant strides, scraping the bushes all the way until I reached the lower end of the islet.

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Oxford University and City Herald

Oxford University and City Herald Oxfordshire, England

12 Dec 1835

follows:—I took the stick and carried it a little way, and just the Stone and Arches, in the Moor, there a bush, and I threw the stick into the ditch, the bush : the stick was like the post of a rail; the slick now produced I will swear was not the stick threw

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

14 Apr 1855

birightest colours spring uip profusely among tire tents, while the notes of th-e lark anti finch families. resound frons every bush and shrub. This agreeable change has produced a cor-responding one irs the ti-cops, and if' an opinion may be formned from

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

15 Apr 1865

which the Go- vernment should adopt. He had applied to the OWl for advice, but the Otle seemed to be always boating about the bush, and not inclined for such long flights as some of his friends were disposed to take. All the members of the Cabinet seemed

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Witney Gazette and West Oxfordshire Advertiser

Witney Gazette and West Oxfordshire Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

26 Jan 1895

with you, Baby Louise! Why' you never raise your beautiful head. But some day, little ooe, your cheek will grow red With a Bush of delight to hear the words said, I love you, Baby Louise. Do you hear me, Baby Louise ? I've sung your praises for nearly

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Oxford Journal

Oxford Journal Oxfordshire, England

20 Dec 1851

supposed that Macomo would not he able to hold out much longer. 'The gaffirswere still ine great force in the Fish- River Bushs and in the Amratola. R;Eacroacuseast rOR rmx CAPS-The 1et Battalion Rifle Brigade, which returned la-st year from the Cape

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