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MARRIAGE IN HIGH LIFE.

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MARRIAGE IN HIGH LIFE. The marriage of the Earl of Rosebery to Hannah de Rothschild was solemnised at the Re#1*' trar's office, Mount-street, and at Christ Mayfair. The civil ceremony was performed A*? I and, as.the usual register-office was not sufficient i** the purpose, a larger room was fitted up and rated for the occasion. The bridal party assembl at a quarter to ten, the bride herself weering a *b' embroidered morning dress; and the formal & clarations having been made, the registrar T. Worlock) pronounced the legal marriage c jf plete. Lord Oarington, Lord Lascelles, Mr. Saio^ the bride's guardian, and Mrs. Cohen witnessed register. At half-past eleven the marriage service the Church of England was performed at Church, Hertford street, by the Rev. Prebez)dof Rogers, rector of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate. church was well filled, and among those prpsent the Prince of Wales, the Duke of the Duke of Cleveland, the Earl of consfield, tbe Marquis of Hartington, and Lady Leconfleld, Lord Oarington, Mi | Oolville, Sir Ooutts and Lady Lindsay, Hon. E. Stanhope, M.P., and Mr. Sjfees, 010 Before the ceremony an allegretto from Lobgesang and the War March from Athalie, j pltyed by Mr. Stokoe, organist of the church. w> I bride was led to the altar by the Prime Minister, g"ave her away. She was dressed in white satin ^gdj brocaded train, and a veil of Brussels lace with °r^efr blossoms, but she wore no ornaments except • lustrous pair of diamond ^nd pearl earrings. young bridesmaids were the daughters of Lord hope, Lord Lecocfield, and Sir Ooutts -(jin^ After the ceremony Mendelssohn's •March" was played by Signor Randegger, e 0^ register was signed and witnessed by tbe Wales, the Duke of Cambridge, the Dukt- of Cleve^* the Earl of Beaconsfidd, L^vdy Leconfield, an Rev. Prebendary Rogers. The breakfast was the bride's house in Piccadilly, and Lord and Rosebery left town in the course of the Pet worth, Lord Lecon field's seat in £ uts,x- wedding presents are very numerous, and 0&. besides the Rosebery family jewels, valuable gif the Rothschild family and from many other the bride, and bridegroom.

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