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3 matches for Lola Bush in the British Newspaper Archive
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Wexford Independent Wexford, Republic of Ireland
5 Nov 1859
boundary of light,” observed Lola, is the pale of Christendom.” iboogbt you were born the Ist of April, said a Benedict to his lovely wife, who had mentioned the 2Ut her birth dsy. Most people would think from my choice u'bush end, she replied.View article
The Enniscorthy News, and County of Wexford Advertiser Wexford, Republic of Ireland
30 Nov 1861
was kept by Irishman and a Scotchman—Dawvid Lewis ; it was a disgrace; the squalor and filth were worse almost than the two —Lola Springs and Rock Creek—which we called our horrers, and which had always seemed to be the ne plus w/err. ot western discomfitureView article
Wexford Constitution Wexford, Republic of Ireland
22 Aug 1860
benediction; and the mcetirg separated. Samtits. you fall into misfortune, diiengape yourself as srcll you caul Creep through the bushes that have the fewest briers. It is easy to exclude the noontide light elosing the eyes, and it is easy to resist the clearestView article