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MISS TALBOT'S NIECE. Fashionable Marriage at Edin- burgh Cathedral. AiL interesting and fashionable wedding was celebrated at the Cathedral in Edin- burgh on Saturday, Miss Gladys Fletcher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. FletIhtr, of Sal- toun, Haddingtonshire, and sister of Mr. An- drew Fletcher, heir to the Margam estates. ':llid niece of Mks Talbot. being the bride, "lid Captain. George Grahame. A.D.C. to General Sir Archibald Hunter. K. ("Boo com- mandmg the Scottish District., the bride- i groom. TlJe service was fully choral, and Ln2 ceremony was performed by the HEY. Dean ilsou and Canon Mitelicll Dines. The bride looked very haridsome in white accordion pleated chiffon and old lace, paiet ed Mitli silver. She. wore an old lace veil, viOin by her mother at her wedding and a tiara, of orange blossom from the historic. orangery at Margam. and carried a magnifi- riec, a ifia";Il cent bridal bouquet presented by the bride- I groom. The best man was Captain Henrv i Houldsworth, son of Sir William and Lad'v Houldisworih. The bridesmaids were Miss Kathleen Fletcher, .Miss Blanche Balfour, a niece of th ePrime Minister, Miss Joicey. Miss Penn. Miss Viola Meek ing. Miss FioÏa. Meekmg, Misss Olive Campbell. Miss Kay- and Mists Callander. They wore verv un- eonuiion frocks r.f geranium-coloured chiffon-, ornamented with large lace colours, large brown hkuver hats, trimmed with shaded i feathers. The bridegroom presented «-u:-li with an eimnel butterfly brooch and bouquet of lilies tied with white' satin streamers. The litt-le bridesmaids were in white witll pictur- esque lace caps threaded with satin ribbons. The organist- of the cathedral played the first and f-eaoixl symphonies of M'endelssohn's "Hymn of Praise." while- the guests were as- sembling and as the bride, who wa# given away by her lather, walked up the Cathedral. he played the "Bridal March. from "Lohen- grin. A reception was afterwards held bv Mrs. Fletcher at the Balmoral Hotel, and was attended by a large crowd of vue;t!> Miss Talbot, howerer, was unable to be pre- sent, Cantain- and Mrs. George Grahame I left by the 2.20 Ila D, for London, en route • for Paris. Venice, and Egnlt. Th bride's j gomg-awav dress was of pale blue-face cloth. trimmed with embroidery and real Irish lace, her toque too match, and'a.lonfr travelling 'oat completed the costume An "interesting fea- turn of the wedding indicative of the kindly. it el ing which subsists between. the Fletchers and the people on their estate was tJiat over 120 men and women of the tenantry and others had luncheon at the Balmoitd Hotel, and afterwards were piesenfc at the Wedding in the cathedral. c

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