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Tichborne trial : startling affidavit of Lady Tichborne, mother of Sir Roger Tichborne, now a prisoner in Portsea gaol, whom she unmistakeably recognised as her long lost son
Bib ID 1131565
Format BookBook
Author
Tichborne, Henriette F
 
Description Redfern, N.S.W. : Published by Daniel Smith of London, [1883?] 
10 pages ; 21 cm. 
Notes

Also includes the affidavit of Mr. Thomas Tant.

Cover title.

Text on lining papers.

"The proceeds to be devoted towards defraying the expenses of taking Arth ur Orton, now a lunatic in the Parramatta Asylum, to England, so that Sir Roger Tichborne's identity may be clearly established."

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 17160

Subjects Orton, Arthur, 1834-1898.  |  Doughty-Tichborne, Roger Charles, 1829-1854.
Other authors/contributors Tant, Thomas

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