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I WHO'S THE PRIN-BESS ? !.

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I WHO'S THE PRIN- BESS ? AMAZING CASE. AINIAZING CASE. LONDON SOCIETY SENSATION. I At the Westminster Police Court on Thursday James Henry Maur, alias Ernest no occupation, living at Diyaen Chambers, Oxford-street, was again charged on remand with demanding money with menaces from Josephine Princess of Thurn and Taxis. The allegation was that the prisoner, being introduced to the Princess, induced her to accept him as a friend, and that he subse- quently, under the assumed name of Eventt, I demanded money frum her. Mr. Maurice Barrett prosecuted, and Mr. Francis Humi>h;rey^ defended. Mr. Wild, K. C., watched the case on behalf of a third, party. The court was thronged, and the projweutrix, stylishly dressed in blue, wa-, accompanied by several lady friends. Replying to the observations ofcouns-el, Mr. Ba,rrett said that the client fcr whom Nljr. Wild appeared claimed to be the Princess of Thurn and Taxis, tnd -th.t LITIGATION AS TO THE TITLE n I WM prooeodi oat ween tlie two ladies, tie (Mr. Barrett) in opening last week described the prosecutrix as Josephine, Princess of Thurn and Taxis." Mr. Wild replied that his client resided at Hampetead aaid on the date of the hear- ing the Princess was with her' husband in Switzerland The case had received great publicity in the English and American newspapers, and It. was due to the honour of the lady to staite that she had nothing | to do with these proceedings.

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