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Northern Standard

Northern Standard Monaghan, Republic of Ireland

18 Dec 1858

LOLA MONTEZ. Madame Lola Montez delivered her second lecture cn Friday evening, at the Rotunda, to audience almost numerous as, and much more fashionable than, that which assembled on the occasion other first appearance. The subject cf her discourse was

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Teesdale Mercury

Teesdale Mercury Durham, England

5 Jan 1859

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

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Cardiff Times

Cardiff Times Glamorgan, Wales

8 Jan 1859

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

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Kendal Mercury

Kendal Mercury Westmorland, England

1 Jan 1859

LOLA MONTES ON THE COMIC A??UT OF FASHION. her hiving the subject The Comic 'Aspect , off Fashion.'* tie audience Was large and attentive, with the exception of individual, who baying eotne apparently%ith the view himself exclaim hee aw, bee-aw, iu

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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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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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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

25 Dec 1858

LOLA MONTEZ ON THE COMIC ASPECT OF FASHION. (From Saunders' News Letter.) Madame Montez, Countess of Laudsfelt, delivered ber second lecture at tbe Rotunda last Friday eve- ning, having for tbe subject The Comic Aspect of Fashion. The arrangements

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The Atlas

The Atlas London, England

19 Dec 1858

LOLA MONTEZ ON FASHION. I am in favour of anthority, particularly when it agrees wib my own opinions. (Laughter.) Well, I need an authority which is not one at any rate that the Whig party ought to think lightly of. In the year 1797, sixty-one years ago

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Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser

Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser Gloucestershire, England

10 Jan 1859

LOLA MONTES ON THE COMIC ASPECT OF FASHION. Madame Monte,'. C.mntese of Landsfehlt. delivered her second leetnre at the llotnn.la, Dublin. a few evenings ago. having for the subject Tice Comic Aspeet of Fashion. In the opening portion of her address

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Beverley and East Riding Recorder

Beverley and East Riding Recorder Yorkshire, England

8 Jan 1859

EPITOME OF NEWS—COURT—MARKETS. &c. LOLA MONTES ON THE COMIC ASPECT OF FASHION. Madame Montes, Countess of Landsfeldt, delivered her second lecture the Rotunda, Dublin, few evening* ago, having for the subject “The Comic Aspect of Fashion.” In the opening

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Morning Advertiser

Morning Advertiser London, England

27 Dec 1858

LOLA UOXTES IN AUSTRALIA. [From Life in Victoria, by William Kelly.] Lola Montes, after a short preliminary engagement at the Theatre Royal, Melbourne, was induced to visit Sandhurst, where a new and splendid theatre had just then been finished, and which

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Ross Gazette

Ross Gazette Herefordshire, England

31 Aug 1871

; I lon boo the pars 'No ilit:ordb ; lad bra ark Raoul lola the the bevies led hem Mend b a t s ate Yet rod Mend IMO arm be bat he vwas popL age ba mid he abseil bet to Fore it If she methweb The Maintain' decided on not granting the biome. On the a

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Liverpool Mercury

Liverpool Mercury Lancashire, England

30 Dec 1858

u- i LOLA MONTES IN AUSTRALIA. is I Z~- ~- . -. - -- a this (From Life in Victoria, ?? eil'?J lives Y ilamey. thing | Lola Montes, after a short preliminary engagement nent; at the Theatre Royal, Melbourne, was induced to vhich visit Sandhurst, where

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

1 Jan 1859

LOLA MONTEZ. (From Li/c sn Victoria, by Williona Kelly.) Lola Mfontes, after a obort preliminary engagement at the Theatre Royal, Melbourne, was Induced toavlslt ec Sandhuret, where a new and splendid theatre had just rf then been finished, and which

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Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

17 Feb 1908

WeSk. I Last Week. Last year. Dole. Dob. Lola. 1,1W,248.000 1,189,766,000 254,081,000 192,168,000 60.503.000 60,097,000 78,6^0,000 1.132300.000 1,137,383.000 1,057,346,000 66.734.000 67,392,000 53,194,000 313.027,000 814.178.000 268,818,000 283.077,230

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Wigton Advertiser

Wigton Advertiser Cumberland, England

11 Jul 1903

FIELD AND FARM. GARDEN GOSSIP. who hare not yO grown Camps:lola (says seer should give this sad lately Bellflower a trial. GAPES IN POULTRY. Perhaps one of the most important points in connection with the cure of gapes in poultry (E. J. B. says) is

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Dublin Evening Mail

Dublin Evening Mail Dublin, Republic of Ireland

13 Dec 1858

LOLA MONTEZ. Madame Lola Montez delivered her second lecture on Friday evening, at the Rotunda, to an audience almost as numerous as, and much more fashionable than, that which assembled on the occasion of her first appearance. The subject of her discourse

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Liverpool Mercury

Liverpool Mercury Lancashire, England

15 Dec 1858

LOLA AIONTEZ. Madame Lola Montez delivered her second lecture on Friday evening, at the Rotundo, Dublin, to an audience almost as numerous as, acd much more fashionable than, that which assembled on the occa- s sion of her filrt appearance. The subject

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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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Bicester Herald

Bicester Herald Oxfordshire, England

24 Dec 1858

LOLA MONTEZ ON FASHION. Lola Monter 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 of

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