HERMANN VEZIN, ACTOR.
(Received June 14, 9 a.m.) LONDON, 13th June. The death is announced of Hermann Vezin, actor. Hermann Vezin was born in Philadelphia in 1829, was educated in that city, and graduated M.A., Pennsylvania. Ho went to Berlin for a time, and in 1850 to London. After playing in the provinces for some time, he opened at the Princess's Thcatrs as Pembroke in "King John," with Charles Kean. For some years after this he played Shakespeare in the provinces and America. In 1863 he married the famous actress, Mrs. Charles Young. He created many parts, including Count Cenci in Shelley's tragedy, "TheCenci." In February, 1889. he acted as Henry Trving's substitute at the Lyceum, and was presented by the famous actor with a splendid diamond ring and a cheque for £120. Mr. Vczin's great-great-grandfather. Pierre de Vezin, born m 1654, lost all his property, and had to ily for Ins life after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes, because, although himself a Catholic, he had saved the lives of some Huguenots. Ho fled to ITanover.