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SIE BOGES TICHBOÜBWB.
j SrDNÉr, JFebrijary 6. .
. The commission appointed with' reference to the. identity of* William Creswell, a patient at the Parramatta Lunatic Asylum, with Sir Hoger Tichborne continued its sittings to-day. Bridget Wivas stated that while a servant in a house at Woollahra there was a man servant whom she de- scribed as bearing most, if not all, of the 'marks which the real Sir Boger carried, and who spoke English with a foreign 'accent. This man; proposed marriage to her, which she declined. He then told her that he was a nobleman's son, adding that . he ran ¿way from Stonyhurst College when
14 years old, and went to sea. ' He visited . "Valparaiso,^ and was on ? board : the Bella
when the mhtiny occurred. 'He stated that he arrived m Melbourne in the Osprey.' After her marriage at Singleton, she returned, to Sydney in 1676, and again met the man in question. She was con- vinced he was Sir Bóger Tichborne,'and also that he was in Sydney at the present