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The Daily Dispatch: June 4, 1861., [Electronic resource],
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The Yelverton case. --The Scotch Yelverton Commission, which has been sitting at Manchester during several days, terminated its labors. The object of this tribunal was to discover, on the part of Major Yelverton, something prejudicial to the character of Mrs. (Longworth) Yelverton, but their labors are said to have resulted in total failure. Mrs. Yelverton has left Manchester for Hull, on her way to Whitland Abbey, the seat of the Hon. H. Yelverton, uncle to the Major. The unfortunate lady and her friends appear very confident as to the decision likely to be given at Dublin, in the course of May or June, by the full Court of Judges, to whom the exceptions taken on the recent trial will be argued.