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SHE WAS A TIGRESS. 1\ Lady's Remarkable Libel Action. -L At Wandsworlh Police-court on Friday Miss GDCe Eliza. Harrison, a lady residing at Mai- Mr. M 7am8den-road, Balhnm, appeared before answei 411 adjourned summons for Agnes Tif 6 defamatory libel concerning Miss ^arHafrvm' artist in water-colours, I coan5-:n Villa, St. James's-road. The libel MartinItin a tatter sent to Miss Illinowftrti1 Lodge, Balham, stating i 8een to leave a public- ^ghter i3 protected "I n™"1*' ,Take cfre J*our Panion." tected fio:n sucn a vile com- mons, Ifd YhatNth^an' Wh° suPPOTted the sum- a £ ree to a parties bad been unable to the arti-Mirnvi I?C,P* He went on to say that since ^Gen rewiwo,* i-UrtJier an°nymous letters had t»«»dwriKn»«.f m Trere ondoubtedly in the ^er s<»ni „ w •e defendant,the envelopes bearing DecenSir £ ln'Uals- The ^st letter was on >• and was as follows :— ?eW^ritfn ^a^)Htrl-—Agnes,—I am not going to T iT 0U| f°r I want to tell you about/ those ta?errin»\n "°^ game is lost. The black cross *hioh viae Vlsl'ing card sent to the complainant on ame vlilgor abuse, and which bore the doimp i "e*endant partly hidden by a black crossj been Sf.„ tDe- I never thought my name would have thr seen throng1 it. The first letter I sent to nivself to ruin vi •lf3T)'c'ous PerBOn their guard. I wanted en°u»h nn cou'c'' for I l]ate you. One letter was not kicked ont t H"1' was *-° Mrs. Martin to try to get you lettarof °\the l.ouse; the others were to yourself, a Tilted :'•lng' and theT1 my cavd f"r your birthday. I t 1notr. jU,i'y°'1 a,1(^ your daubing, so I sent a nice •"Postor ««°i r ■lacker, telling him you were a great *ords. Will i»er 'n that branch of art. A few more ever Wro. "'you, for £ ive me privately? I will deny I **nt h '?tter if you tell anyone of it. All 1 Cas*- Win t ugu enes3' and to say no more about the &ke- think ,very ha'd!' T"ink. Oh, for God's ^Haisox e you onoe bii(i £ or »e —FLOKKIK ;t letter Was not. answered, and on the 25th Vvriting, eind recei.ed aiso in the defendants hand- S, and this ran as follows 'nR of your s'i?~'A"rles I"higworth—What is tbe mean- ?lfayed me? Does it mean that you have already ''St Sat"r'i ^ave ^"y °f your friends seen my.letter *n<1 Show it, then, and I will deny it, rool that I was o Way y you. If yOU betray me I wiilruin you in Confte. Curse x?* ^rearn of, or know bow the blow will b*.tr»fli „fou' You have a tigress to deal with, and War«of it 1(, ,taS J'oui- n«me tUrouah the dirt. lie- submitted u a disguised hand, tut written, rec''iv&3• '■he defendant, were subsequently ^ftclle, of Purported to have come frons Airs, her £ ?, f- James's road, L'alham, requesting la'uiUrp f^P'-ainant) to discontinue giving did ^son" to her daughters, as «r a g. aot think she was c!ev«r enougti fee reaiB^^D'>an^on ^or 'ver daughters. It would lliis letter was not written by *cts Such letters seemed to be the 'ssortad t person. Tlie defendant then *rWrtan » ° aool^er «cJ»e«ne, in order to trv to to proceed with the sum- •iblr fr leUar to the complainont, osien- of Guildford had cat3«d upon ber, and she Wrmjjjfl ttiaS; eha (Idiss H«m~ison) had been -w,u)d aS__var- disH^pojutmsot. Tbe next thing did wo to Bend Ui« complainant a tlve name of Dr. Ridley Bilder, madic&l af endant, and these Jhis powaar to be taken one hour before iTLa.uJ^ •carry you through." Thepawder had not-been opened. O&tWIainw:it vra3 emiled, and aaid she had &m ternas f«anda)iip wiUi tbe defendant, r f £ Jt**rL*S}e^ ™ October last. There was ^rkt^Ll0^ statement tfaat she had CtS" hmtu. It WM M^gested that -UW WNle 4118 first &nanymous lor tilrk. MaritiD, of Gullaford Lod^E, 1D .110111 the VOB aditasaefl, a»d Mi*. Beadle, bare out «4i\ HoemuB'S £ taj»x»aut, as far *s they were ooii- Amuse. Mr. Ot--Ze MÐtt, the br»«»r4i»-law of the com- pltunant, proved that ooae of Ibe lettore eisaeated iromtum. JSr. Hfcad caviiTuIlj campsared writing of the •^oufitefliBt'rfri witi tbe writing of Um libel and «« raanymous cwamunicatiwsB, and said tite cuse v^ ™ sti&cfwUieii^d since it was lalt tha coui-t. °f the defendant, con-: t C fMtts 10 the theoiy "6 WB!'e written by the complainant %me' RU £ -Egr,'rt Mr. Jrnes V&t tl.e dtfeH- ^could be called as a witness on ber oww tlion sworn, and, Ivavhxj at the letters, £ ftid t^iey wura col in li«r, n^' *iea^ Seared liar -to ier.k at U»e letters "by the CDnmSainaat since the sdjonrn- she fltirtril ttiat they resembled ber- 9itQlJg, manF the ccmtessicyn. Kkey«ar bmdwriting that it ^^Mocdant:: it wonld hardly do tiiat. stated the initials on Ute seal were iCJ^ors- *at^ you in the habit of uang sealing VBry Euidom. 3 'keep the seal in my ya-d Do you eng<»est that the ctimpJainant t-hiiA fhe has seen Jr. re,sarfced that it waE not iiirclv there ai,fee- *■>") was further pressed as to i$lW letfcR 1°^ tlie confession and the receive own?, and said they would i° her nw siting being similar Rifft n'-> that the complainant fram M™. y°u Mr. Jones, that a *ff],in* ft yaa hysteria could forge a letter so J "j^hter^8 '^ie e mplainant is an artist. added ;l»at ber iinprrS>ion was ^^f n/?'Crs were wriuan by Miss IllingworUi -BSr. ? «eT t.rQU«5r.;0.iaw. ai>d Mr. Inglish, experts in 6» S**« evidence for the coanplainaat v raspectively. sphered £ a'" evidence of the defendant had ?"'tteg u.!s dfcWmination, and she was com- M>ni»-ir..ria1'' reco^nisa.m;C3 baing accsptad for •ri

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