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THREAT FO KILL
theresa. tichhor:;r sentenced.
london. 16tli julv.
Theresa Mary Dou^hty-Tich borne, who was charged with threatening to Jcill ZNTiss I
Deniso Oreville, daughter of Colonel Henry Pulke (jreville, prior to her marriage to Sir" .Joseph .Doughtj'-Tiehbornc at Drompton' Oratory, on l^Gth June, was before the i Police Court to-dav on remand. !
The accused was convicte? and sentenced
to six months' imprisonment iu the second division. |
Counsel for the prosecution said that for j
vears pa^t the accused hud annoyed the! Tiehborne family. 1o the members of whi<.h j
alio iiad sent Le<f£»'injj letters. Some of !
these verjred on blackmail. The late Sir j Henry Donf?hty-Tichborne had churitablv j jjiven the accused which she accepted I as an acknowledgment of her connection j with the family. She subsequently ashed; Sir Joseph Don£-hty-Tichbnr:ie to give her £10,000. nnd she would not worry him
In oilier letters the prisoner had accused Lady Doughty-Tiehbo? we of concealing or destroying the will of Sir Henry.