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lihe Californian claimant to the ' Ticnbdrne titles and estates is : an- l t nounced to be “on his way east from :■ 1 SanjDiego.” Like his Wagga Wagga predecessor, who passed at one time as Ton# Castto and'at \ another as Arthur Ortoln, the new Sir Roger has also been in .strict incognito since the time he wenfj down in the Bella. He passed as plain Charles Ogden Ferries, and has Evidently profited by the experienceihe gained since he was lost at sea, ; for hb has two strings to his bow., . He ; . interjds not only to bring an action in the English courts which shall restore him to his rights at home, but to prosecute (a claim at Washington for a pension due to him as a soldier in the War jof Secession, Sir Roger says . . -nothing of his double, now languishing . in prison.

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THE TICHBORNE CLAIMANT., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 506, 12 December 1881

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THE TICHBORNE CLAIMANT. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 506, 12 December 1881

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