2 May 1859 - DeRiviere back in NY
"Monsieur Tonson Come Again." Wc sec that the inevitable Dc Riviere, the "gallant Zouave,' whose exploitfl with the Blount family created so much sensation some time since, has again turned up in New York, where he "did" nn army colonel out of quite a sum the other day, nnd gave him a letter of introduction to Mrs. Blount and her very amiable daughter. He is said to have addressed the latter with the overwhelming title of "The Countess Emily Arnoux de Riviere." It will be remembered that Mr. Blount had much trouble in getting' his wife and daughter home, and it is not unlikely that if the. Zouave's friends should ever make use of his letter, that the indignant Blount may find it necessary to make the tip of his hoot serve as a writ of ejectment.