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Wells Journal

Wells Journal Somerset, England

18 Dec 1858

LOLA MONTEZ ON FASHION. Lola Montez has been lecturing in Dublin on The Comic Aspects of Fashion. On making her appearance on the platform she was greeted with warm applause. She commenced with the observation that fashion was coeval with the sins

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Western Chronicle

Western Chronicle Somerset, England

25 Dec 1903

ADAME LOLA MONT ISM IVJL SWEET FOR THE 11A1R is the best and most up-to-date prepaiulton. never fads. Vide The Major’s” opinion m Mararice Journal •'To-day.’—Postage paid, ls3>J, 9.1. and bottle.—72 Dean Street, Soho, London, ana Had low. Kent. 14164

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Weston-super-Mare Gazette, and General Advertiser

Weston-super-Mare Gazette, and General Advertiser Somerset, England

18 Jun 1864

HOU= OF LORDS.--Jum 14. Loan Lola.—Tbe Xarquis of Clenricarde smutted a m bendon which bad arisen from some reanarke of Eirrrrandlle as to Lord Elgin. The noble earl had been understood to my that Lord Elgin had oAii:ted the idea of diverting the troops

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Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette

Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette Somerset, England

28 Jul 1864

than when dressed in morning wrapper. Others are not themselves unless they can flame out gorgeous dyes, like the tulip or bush rose. Who has not seen women just like white We know several double marigolds 'and poppies. There are women tit only for velvets

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Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser

Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser Somerset, England

11 Oct 1848

of the boy, and a vcrdict of Accidental Death was returned—Globe. Lola Montes.—A letter from Berchtesgadem, in Bavaria, of the says Yesterday morning the Countess de Lansfield (Lola Montes) arrived here, where the King Louis 1. has been residing for

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Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette

Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette Somerset, England

5 Dec 1850

Clater, *c. Lola Montes.—From correspondent of the Atlas in Paris, we learn that the gossip of the religious world there, is the approaching conversion of Lola Montes. It appears that the Abbe Degoei ry having called upon the fair Lola to solicit her

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Western Gazette

Western Gazette Somerset, England

23 Jun 1933

Davidge and Miss M. F. Bush. The wedding took place at Holy Trinity Church, Warmwell, on Saturday, of Mr. Joseph Barrett Davidge, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Davidge. late of Poole, and Miss Muriel Frances Bush, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Bush, of Warmwell. Mr

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Western Gazette

Western Gazette Somerset, England

28 Jan 1921

Messrs. Bradford & Sons, Corn Merchants, Weymouth—W Bush. Special of Ids worth of goods, for second fowl in show (same condition No. 4), presented by Messrs. Bradford & Sons, Corn Merchants, Weymouth— W Bush. j Special of 10s worth goods, presented Mr W. T

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Bridgwater Mercury

Bridgwater Mercury Somerset, England

21 Apr 1858

the hilt COM ISTinif, AMIE. Maw, gates • Soh. Wel £1,117 ; pi is. 10. 1 We; teed swat, Sl4l Us.; prior por quarter. • IN I bush. ; IN not ; pass per gents. SI Ite. lasswass lass —• It sever hiss but it puss. so Mod frihrdster bee sew get two. • mils*

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Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette

Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette Somerset, England

31 Jan 1850

Iirfrri r-tiiiun »<> to SLSSl •v&iicltBd down and l ut m- Lola Montes Inconsolable. —A Barcelona journal, of the instant, says— letters from Cadiz, we learn that since the celebrated Lola Montes received epistle from her husband announcing his final

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Weston Mercury

Weston Mercury Somerset, England

6 Aug 1881

Stabbins, Mrs. Bush, and Mr. John Matthews, and described as— „ , 615 Great Bardltcta.. Pastors 1 —A Close of rich allovial GRAZING LAND, adjoining the main road from Wotle to Weston-Mper- I Mato and bounded otherwise by Lands of Mrs, Bush, Mre J. H. S

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Western Gazette

Western Gazette Somerset, England

5 Aug 1938

K °.Vle; 2, Mr. I® A er cutting). Results of coma ®Je: —Ankle, Miss Crooks; Roberts; bagatelle. Mr. H. Mrs - w Bush; pegging ' John Bush; 2. Miss ' Miss F. Bartlett. shapwick tiki s. resent from the Shapwick G.F.S. was presented to Miss sA v tr, ,.v

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Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette

Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette Somerset, England

31 Jan 1942

Doel (Chippenham); Freda Tinner, distinction (Malmesbury); Joan Heslop Wood, distinction (Chippenham) 50 words per minute: Roy Bush, distinction (Westbury); Herbert Williams, distinction (Warmley); Celia Ralph, distinction (Bath); Audrey Atkin. distinction

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Chard and Ilminster News

Chard and Ilminster News Somerset, England

15 Mar 1879

advancing a onewhat more to the bit than ths•• who fir-t stint-ken oa, oceti;Sen garnet. to the billow of the pool win alto the bush Nyorel it in gloat force, taking speed antontage of the whieh we 6•4 m 4 hid Wmc to eat doevi. Th. tamp tra. that abl b. anyanee

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Shepton Mallet Journal

Shepton Mallet Journal Somerset, England

18 Nov 1932

previous Column. over Weeks cutting back some bushes hanging over the wall.- • Mrs. Lucken, who gave her evidence with considerable amount of gesticulation, said the 7th November her husband was cutting back some bushes, and Weeks was outside in the road. He

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Weston Mercury

Weston Mercury Somerset, England

13 Jun 1891

Tithn Map, and the occupation Mr O. Washer. For further particulate apply to the Ancnomna, Brent Knoll; or to Messrs o. Bush a bush, Boßdtora, 9. Biidgwatreet, Bristol.

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Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser

Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser Somerset, England

9 Aug 1922

Meadow Vctchling, Lathyrus praiensis (Kast Dorset). Sloe Bush. Mr. W. S. Price, of Wellington, writes me:—“ this neighbourhood it is curious tliat in autumn the Black-thorn is always referred as Sloe-bush, and believe many young people for this reason fail

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Weston Mercury

Weston Mercury Somerset, England

16 May 1891

ritual- In the Pariah ot EcentKiioU. SELL AUCTION, the KNOLL INN, Full particolara ehortly the AucTtonnae, or May, MISSES O. BUSH BUSH. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, made for displaying earn, adraeflago oa Viow BoHdtora, BrletoL (or Coorcnlcpoe Saia. gale at 530 p

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Weston-super-Mare Gazette, and General Advertiser

Weston-super-Mare Gazette, and General Advertiser Somerset, England

27 Dec 1873

Park p Britton Mrs. 6, Atlantic t, west Burleigh Mrs and f, 11, Manilla o liurleigh Mr and Mrs, 7, Manilla c Bush Misses. 2, Illimbetnan v Bush Mir Caroline, 1, Elizabethan v Butbuid Mr and Mrs, Brighton h, Beath Byron Miss, Comp h, Wellington o Bytheway

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Frome Times

Frome Times Somerset, England

3 May 1871

Wind that shakes tho Barley.” He jumped up, flung the bewitched bokkus into the bush, and fled. Meanwhile the mallee, who has care of the shrubbery, awoke, listened—yes, his bush was resonant with sweet sounds—it was decidedly bedevilled. The tunestopped

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