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The Daily Dispatch: March 25, 1861., [Electronic resource] 7 1 Browse Search
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ought to establish the validity of a secret marriage, celebrated by a Catholic priest in Ireland between the Hon. Major William Charles Yelverton, of the British Army, heir to the Avonmore peerage, and Miss Teresa Longworth, who was one of the Frenchhe trial now had has resulted in a verdict that his first marriage was valid. Miss Longworth is, therefore, the Hon. Mrs. Yelverton, and her husband stands in the power of the criminal law as a bigamist. When Mrs. Yelverton's counsel, Mr. WhiteMrs. Yelverton's counsel, Mr. Whiteside, entered the room where she was waiting, his countenance and significant gestures, as well as the cheers which rang through the Court, told her that the verdict was in her favor. She sprang forward without saying a word, clasped him in her armsh passed along the whole line to the Gresham Hotel, in Sackville street. The crowd insisted on taking the horses from Mrs. Yelverton's carriage and drawing it to the hotel, where she was obliged to appear on the balcony to gratify her admirers. She