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by Therese Yelverton
Author: Therese Yelverton
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Teresina in America V2 (1875).
Thérèse Yelverton (Viscountess Avonmore). R. Bentley and son, 1875.
Teresina in America book. This book is a reproduction of the original book published in 1875 and may have some imperfections such as marks or hand-written notes. Teresina in America by Therese Yelverton. This book is a reproduction.
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Theresa Yelverton (née Maria Theresa Longworth; c. 1827–33 . styled as, and to have earned the title, "Thérèse Yelverton, Viscountess Avonmore". Teresina In America; two volumes, London: Richard Bentley and Son: 1875. 1827–33 – 13 September 1881) was an English woman who became notorious because of her involvement in the Yelverton case, a 19th-century Irish law case, which eventually resulted in a change to the law on mixed religion marriages in Ireland.
Title: "Teresina in America". Download the PDF for this book (volume: 0) Image found on book scan 196 (NB not necessarily a page number). Download the OCR-derived text for this volume: (plain text) or (json). Author: LONGWORTH, Maria Theresa - calling herself Maria Theresa Yelverton, Viscountess Avonmore. Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10408. Page: 196. Place of Publishing: London. Date of Publishing: 1875. Issuance: monographic. Identifier: 002256575.
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LONGWORTH, MARIA THERESA (1832?–1881), authoress, and plaintiff in the Yelverton case, born at Cheetwood, near Manchester, about 1832, was youngest child of Thomas Longworth, silk . Teresina in America,’ 2 vols.
LONGWORTH, MARIA THERESA (1832?–1881), authoress, and plaintiff in the Yelverton case, born at Cheetwood, near Manchester, about 1832, was youngest child of Thomas Longworth, silk manufacturer, whose business place, and at one time residence also, was in a large house at the corner of Quay Street and Longworth Street, Manchester. php?title Longworth, Maria Theresa (DNB00)&oldid 4516920". Categories: 1893 works.