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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

20 Feb 1872

humble pie, It would be all right. being shown a likeness of the plaintlif, be odd, Al., pow Tom that as be seed to lola his bush dress. Auother, he mid, was no mots like him than be himself wee. Orton Vaster, was not muted with smallpus. Ile was marked

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Worcestershire Chronicle

Worcestershire Chronicle Worcestershire, England

10 May 1848

residing within it, but, assuredly, that Lola, who has subjected monarchsand ministers to her sway, is not the least remarkable the many it can thus boast of. — Arbroath Guide. —The Bath Journal says, We uuderstand that Lola Montes received her education at the

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

18 Apr 1911

she had plot, or that it had been oo ly suggested the d ra matised from some obscure tale, of which she was the author. But Lola Arlington was, as may well be imagined, in her glory, and believed herself to be the object ' of attraction to every spectator

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

28 Feb 1911

feel as if he would not be the same Mark I have known. And (if I am not mistaken, Mrs. Arlington) you think much as I do. For Lola Arlington had been unusually grave and quiet since the reception of the news, although her heart was thirsting to find some

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

23 May 1911

Mrs. Glamoye. Then let nu try to forget it in a new life, replied the Colonel. Come—my Nelly I—no more beating about the bush ! Will you be my wife, or will you not? I want the matter settled at once. Her only answer was to slip her hand in his. Bsoott

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

27 Feb 1851

have we heard of any personal injury having been sustained by this untoward incident. —Liverpool Standard. Lola Montes again. —When Mr. Heald and Lola Montes took up their residence some months ago in the Cite Beaujoo, they ordered Jacqusnd to paint their

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

17 Oct 1891

part of the 18th century : — <> 171S Sep. 4 Pd. 3 stones of Tallow tryed up, bad off Mr. Pew ?? 0 . 14 . 3 p. 3 bushs of ashes besides 4 bushs of my own ?? 0 . 0.4 Pd. to Jon. Jones p. making c it 0 . 3.0 We can only conclude that soap was the article which

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County Express

County Express Worcestershire, England

2 Jul 1887

is the Queen's Jebilae. But the most important is that a DOWN T114310&-WEEK DAY& 8124 DAYS. B V T E A STATION& la mil. m • lola e l s luta Pa l a a l p p m i n rip alp a l p Italy. BY JOHN ' lO 0 -I- .. 16 . .. • Be:ng an article of such universal

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Kidderminster Times and Advertiser for Bewdley & Stourport

Kidderminster Times and Advertiser for Bewdley & Stourport Worcestershire, England

24 Nov 1900

to son•eqoenee etrort.43 by ND. W H. Talbot), proemo• on bah Barth Borchardt has arrayed in Now Took. TIM fr°^”..°' ( .(.bush' • ° P.* .a. of 30 ` n of this leaderette,bat defendsote contooded that whet dthe Kiddrommater Coal Gam Comp . sod ex- newspopem

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

2 Aug 1862

nw on Iba Wold, E.eabatn. and Parabola, and Boada tharain mentioned, in tha Countiea of will ba LET BY AUCTION, in aeparala Lola, at the Honaa of WILf TBOTMAN, known by lbea%n of tbaSWAN TEWKESBURY aforeanld, FRIDAY, tba “lb dav of AUGUST neat, batween

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

7 Jun 1856

Peas, White .. 5 S 6 0 Beans, New, Eng 5 8 6 0 Ditto, Grey ?? 5 0 5 4 Averages: wheat, 27 qrs. 4 bush., 65s 4d; oats, 5 qrs., 265: beans, 12 qrs. 4 bush., 44s Bd. Shrewsbury, May 31.— The attendance of sellers was smaller than usual, and millers bought

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Illustrated Malvern Advertiser, Visitors' List, and General Weekly Newspaper

Illustrated Malvern Advertiser, Visitors' List, and General Weekly Newspaper Worcestershire, England

6 Sep 1856

spot each divested himself of his hat and coat, Mr. 0. hanging his coat on bamboo bush, when his opponent, seemingly by way of insult, perched his hat on top of it. The bush thus clothed was situated about ten steps from each, angle of some sixty degrees;

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

28 Jan 1854

at from the bush, and he either tumbled or jumped into the sea. The savages instantly made their appearance, and one of them watched till he rose and then shot him again. A gun was fired from the ship, and the murderers rushed into the bush. It afterwards

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

6 Jun 1871

of the Sidney Empire, on an excellent sheep station, there Is an intellient, pious old man, who rounds up his sheep in the bush every Sunday, opens his Bible, and after giving out • text preaches eserman to his sheep, which sometimes occupies half-an-hour

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

22 Jul 1854

bounded by Lands of John Sadds, Esq., and J. Martin, Esq. No. on Tithe Map, 316. LOT 3 Another Piece of ARABLE LAND, part qf the Bushes, in the occupation of Mr. O. Osbourne, containing 36 perches ; bounded by Lands of Alta. Scratchley and Mr. Grizsle. No. on

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County Express; Brierley Hill, Stourbridge, Kidderminster, and Dudley News

County Express; Brierley Hill, Stourbridge, Kidderminster, and Dudley News Worcestershire, England

2 May 1874

BENT will SELL by AUCTION. by order of the Trustee of the Will the late Mr J.imes Homer, the hooae Mr Jamss Cartwright, Old Bush Inn, High Strrct, Dudlsy, on Monday, 4tu May. 1874, Sir tor B*v*o o’clock in the Evening, •object to condition* to then read

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

19 Oct 1848

LOT The Thinnings of a PLANTATION in the Perish of Eastnor. adjoining the Tewkesbury Road between Bronsil Lodge and the Holly Bush, about One Acre; the Timber and Stores marked Bed. LOT 4.—Part of PENDOCK GROVE, the Parish of Kaslnor, adjoining the lasi

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

1 Jul 1911

th® the Mr Elias Froggan, AUCTION Ai ROYAL OAK HOTEL. KV. TI’ESDAV JULY lihh. 19li. for 4.4U o'ckii'k «h« Aftomcon, m Eight Lola (sub Conditions be ilien produced), VALL - ABLE FREEHOLD and LEASE HOLD SMALL COTTAIJE PROPERTY 4 ACCOMMODATION LAND tIDIOP-SHIRF

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

23 Sep 1847

SAUNDEKS ON Wednesday, the 29th day of September. !«- Four o’Clock in the altcrnoon. at the liouap u- ’ K Sansom, called the Old Bush Inn, it 1 Hnerley Hill, in the Parish of Kmgswinford the Lt.el, near Bntrley Hill arotettaid, havina r;,.l ' Club-room, with

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Worcestershire Chronicle

Worcestershire Chronicle Worcestershire, England

16 Feb 1842

SMALL ESTATE, MONK WOOD GREEN, PARISH OF GRIM LEY BE SOLD BY AUCTION. WHEELER AM) SON, Monday, the day of February, 12. the Bush Inu, Saint J obn’s, Worcester, at sis o’clock in the evening; ALL that Newly-erected DWELLING-HOUSE, with Bakehouse, Bara,

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