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Tichborne

case false claimant to the Tichborne baronetcy sentenced to fourteen years’ imprisonment. [Br. Hist.: Brewer Dictionary, 898]
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1874: Arthur Orton, claimant to the Tichborne estate, was found guilty of perjury and sentenced to 14 years' hard labour.
R Walker, non material amendment to previous permission for construction of single-story front extension, 18, Tichborne Street, Hightown, Liversedge.
Asi, por ejemplo, "El impostor inverosimil Torn Castro" se basa en el articulo sobre el Tichborne Claimant de la undecima edicion de la Enciclopedia Britannica--, el relato sobre Billy the Kid se basa en un conocido libro de Bernard DeVoto;"El incivil maestro de ceremonias Kotsuke no Suke", en un capitulo de Tales of Old Japan de A.
The London Gazette, the official paper of the crown, includes legal notices, among them, on 3 July 1829, an announcement of the dissolution of the partnership between John Jeremiah Ewer & Julius Johanning, as of the 25th July 1829: "all debts, due and owing to the said partnership firm are to be paid by the said John Jeremiah Ewer," at "1 Bow Church Yard, in the City of London, and also at 20 Tichborne Street, Piccadilly, in the County of Middlesex.
However, there is more than an outside chance this will be run at the tempo she requires, with Bertie Blu Boy, Diamond Lady, Mighty Zip and The Tichborne all capable of bowling along, and if they do go hard in front she is well capable of taking advantage off a 1lb lower mark than when scoring at Windsor.
The director David Yates is an example of this, having filmed Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and his debut feature The Tichborne Claimant in Liverpool previously - we're delighted to welcome him and the team back.
Achilli Trial, Tichborne Imposter case) with which they were associated.
The case of the Tichborne Claimant, when a butcher claimed to be the long lost heir to a Hampshire estate, revealed a working class that could simultaneously embrace nostalgia for hierarchy and anti-aristocratic libertarianism at the same moment.
In December of 2012, a lady named Bethan Tichborne was beaten and arrested for climbing a fence and waving a banner at a public event in Witney, England.
There is a 1919 film of the mummer's play from Tichborne, Hampshire, apparently filmed in front of a cricket sight-screen; as well as several post-war documentaries in which Peter Kennedy is the common link: London children's games; the Padstow Oss; the Svmondsbury, Dorset, mummers; and Dartmoor traditions.
Bethan Tichborne, 28, also attempted to threaten the Prime Minister verbally, it is claimed.
The quotation is from the poem "On the Eve of Execution," stanza two, lines 5-6, by Chidiock Tichborne (1558-1586).