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The Dunlo Divorce Case.

[PEK PRESS ASSOCIATION.]

London, July 30.

In the Dunlo divorce case a verdict was returned to the effect that neither the respondent nor co-respondent had beed guilty of adultery. There was great excitement m Court whea the result became known. Sir James Hannen, m his charge to the jury, said the suit had clearly been promoted by the Earl of Clarcarty and not by his son. Wertheimer's extravagant generosity had possibly been prompted by compassion for the position of the respondent after Weston's conviction. Lady Dunlo'a relations with Wertheimer were certainly imprudent, but the theatrical standard was different from that of other ladies. Her letters to her husband did her credit, and were natural m tone. She ought to have received her husband's protection. The crowd m the street cheered Lady Dunlo loudly asjyshe left the Court.

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The Dunlo Divorce Case., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2480, 1 August 1890

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The Dunlo Divorce Case. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2480, 1 August 1890

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