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The Daily Dispatch: March 28, 1861., [Electronic resource], Pen-and-ink portraits of Major and Mrs. Yelvrerton. (search)
Mrs. Yelvrerton. --The Dublin Morning News gives the following pen-and-ink portraits of Major and Mrs. (Longworth) Yelverton: Major Yelverton looks every inch a roue; neither ugly nor handsome, but with a face the aspect of which is simplyMajor Yelverton looks every inch a roue; neither ugly nor handsome, but with a face the aspect of which is simply unpleasant, dubious, disagreeable. His head is bald on the back of the crown alone. He wears a moustache and flowing whiskers of reddish, fair hue. He seemed very nervous and agitated — like a man that found himself "in for" the worse that could efore he made his move. His mode of pronunciation was that so often given in Punch as the language of "swells." Mrs. Yelverton is probably in her twenty-fifth year. She is under the middle height, and of fair complexion. She was pale, very paess of which has been necessarily alluded to in the evidence, is, indeed, one which your fair readers would admire. Madame Yelverton was attired on the first day in a light-colored fashionable bonnet, and wore a black moire-antique dress. On the fo
er as she expected, (she lived in Wales,) Major Yelverton called a cab for her. In a few days, Majoa friend of his, and who turned out to be Major Yelverton. This circumstance led to a correspondenclata with the Sisters of Mercy, and there Major Yelverton found her when he returned. He had neverh marriage void. On this occasion, however, Yelverton declared himself a Catholic-- the Bishop of their names, and procuring their passports, as Mr. and Mrs. Yelverton. In France she was deliveredadopted in order to obtain the evidence of Mrs. Yelverton as the validity of the marriage.--The casewster for the defendant. The testimony of Mrs. Yelverton is clear, explicit, simple, and perfectly Mr. Whitesides reminded the counsel that Mrs. Yelverton was a lady. The Chief Justice gave him tonalloyed scoundrels we ever read of this man Yelverton endeavors to prove himself the most recklessd persons assembled around the hotel where Mrs. Yelverton was staying, and called for her. She came [13 more...]