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Kentish Gazette

Kentish Gazette Kent, England

21 Aug 1849

LOLA MONTEZ. understand from undoubted authority that immediately on the marriage of Lieutenant Heald with the Countess of Lunsfeldt (Lola Montez), the Marquis of Londonderry, Colonel of the 2d Life Guards, took the most decisive steps to recommend to

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

26 Feb 1848

LOLA MONTES AGAIN. Mceich, Feb. 12, Eight o'clo k, Lola Montes re appeared in onr city, dressed in male attire. She proceeded yesterday only to Stahrenberg, three leagues from Munich, and made to-day last attempt to penetrate into the royal palace. Some

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Morning Post

Morning Post London, England

5 Sep 1808

* tbe ' ». r .*,YMARKET.-0(. FRIDAY next,! ei'lOlA » f ; r^ n(H (he piay «f TDK IiONKY I _rr .w ?? . An Mr. Y-»-Wf (first appearance in that | !)«_.•■ -- - . ?? ?? ar tp.- -'r t - thi. M \ YOR OF G-ARRATT.-lntbe! ih--

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Morning Advertiser

Morning Advertiser London, England

20 Oct 1849

William Bush Parker, Bristol, solicitor. Adolphus Frederick Crocker, Bristol, solicitor. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. IT. and D. Campbell, Glasgow, provision-merchants, to meet within the Waverlj Tavern, Glasgow, Oct. 24 and Nov. 14, at two. J. S. Ronaldson

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Bristol Mirror

Bristol Mirror Bristol, England

2 Dec 1826

ROYAL AND UNIVSBSAD COACH OFFICE, BUSH TAVERN AND JACK’s COFFEE HOUSE, CORN STREET, BRISTOL. THE Public are mpcctfully infonneid that ihe followinsj ROYAL MAII-S and POST COACHES leave Che ahore Inn:— r.OfITZIOIT. ) Mail, in IShoara, every Afternoon,

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Derbyshire Courier

Derbyshire Courier Derbyshire, England

8 Mar 1845

Mustard, p«r bush. ' Lite &• Canary per qr. io New Red Cinque Fuin, 3'» 40 I refuil Rye Grass 24 Carraway, 6« Vares, New 48 64 Coriander 18 li* Old . 36 J8 Rape Cakes, English, per Linseed, 46 t„n Io‘i l»'6 Sowing . . Foreign, ditto <) I,ins. Eng.HKO

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Globe

Globe London, England

18 May 1818

SALES BV AUCTION. MOST PLEASANT COUNTRY RESIDENCES, niKutc Imlwm-u SHEPHERD'S BUSH and WOKMIIOLTSCRUBS; Mac No. 8, BEAUMONT-PLACE, TWO HOUSES adjoining lu rach oilier, with excellent GAR. OBNS; BY MB COCHRAN, MONDAY, May. 18IH, at Tvo o'Clurk, st the

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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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Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

3 Nov 1849

Sach, the village post-mistress), James Bush, son of a blacksmith, and William Horsneli, called in sit with young Harris, with whom they were acquainted, and whilst the latter went out to get some water, Bush, seeing patent walking slick gun hanging

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North Wales Chronicle

North Wales Chronicle Gwynedd, Wales

6 Nov 1849

pretty kir. in dog, in hmis~carringe. On the following; day the ?? dog was t the rsidence f thefir Lo'la, and theO- .he but yea knowthe rest. Soe weeks aftr, Lola Montes heC to after having refused the 'most nasguifte offeras, ae Sal aado M.Iead'a imnd rinlg

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Sussex Advertiser

Sussex Advertiser East Sussex, England

6 Nov 1849

Mrs. Sach, the village postmistress), James Bush, son of a blacksmith, and W. Horsnell, called in to sit with young Harris, with whom they were acquainted, and whilst the latter went out to gel some water, Bush, seeing a patent walking-stick gun hang up

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Dumfries and Galloway Standard

Dumfries and Galloway Standard Dumfriesshire, Scotland

25 Aug 1847

merchants' dwellinghouses, except one, escaped. Lola Montes Again.—The Gazette dcs Tribvnaur publishes the following letter, dated the 12th inst., from Wurzbourg, in Bavaria: — The bull-dog of Mdile. Lola Montes, which, as will remembered, was the cause

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The Era

The Era London, England

16 Apr 1848

151b; D.M. (7nsubs.) i rwolon'e Peel's b t Lola Hasten, Sot 4ib . Nat 1 Lord W. PowletD s c Fraconi, st 41b lb o ntried) .. S. Rogers Betting-d to Meo r Lola Motes. Franconi made the running ea fair pacet Lola aiting till they had reached the cords, dthere

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The Era

The Era London, England

15 Oct 1848

Helter-skelter, 13 to 8 agst Lola Montez; nothing else named. Helter-skclter took the lead and made strong running, at- tended by Vexation, to the dip, where the falter gave way. Re ter Skelter continued the lead to the cords, where Lola Montez came out. A splendid

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The Era

The Era London, England

29 Oct 1848

agst Gaber. Gabbler and Elimen jumped off in front, and cut out the work, attended by M ?? and Tamarind. On reach- ing the bushes, hiimea went in front with a strong lead, con- tinued it to the end, and worn cleverly by a length; Man-of-my Heart, Tamarind

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

26 Oct 1849

squabble, bis fair and fiery friend Lola Montes, or Peg Waters, or Mr*. James, or Countess Lansfeldt, or whatever her name really is, has shaken herself free from young Heald, bavingfirst had secured upon her for life, Miss Lola, dIKXW. a year, which, with economy

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The Evening Chronicle

The Evening Chronicle London, England

21 Jun 1847

the Buffalo, which tract of country is to be defended by line of posts.” Lola Montes. —A case came on on Friday last before the Tribunal of Commerce, in which the far-famed Lola Montes is concerned. She bad, it appears, purchased some shawls from M. Cerp

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The Era

The Era London, England

4 Nov 1849

Lis priyate XOQlD LOLA MONTES. The Assemblge Nationale gives another letter Iroms its correspondent at Barcelona respecting Lola Montes. It is dated the 20th, and is as follows:- My pre-visions are realised. The husband of Lola Montes, forty-eight

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

25 Aug 1849

Facts and Scraps. The Effect Charcoal Flowers— About year ago I made bargain for rose-bush magnificent growth and full buds. I waited for them to blow, and expected roses worthy of such noble plant, and of the praises bestowed upon it by the vendor. At

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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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