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FASHION AND LITERATURE.

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MARRIAGE OF TWO SLAVEs.-At St. George's Church, Barbados, by the Rev. Mr. Went, Robert Jordan, to Christian Griffith (slaves on Windsor plantation.)—The happy couple in a phreton and pair, accompanied by three gigst In which were several of their triebds, besides five 011 horseback, proceeded to the ehurch amidst the joyous salutations of the whole plantation gangs, and after the indissoluble knot was tied, returned to the house of the bridegroom in ths village yard of the plantation, where a tas'y dejeune wae in readiness for their refreshment. The early part of the day was spent in rural sports and innocent festivities until four o'clock, whe. the whole party, con- sisting of many additional guests, sat down to a sumptuous dinner, where the Well-crammed turkey, smoking roast beef, and home-fed pork, tempttd the ap- petite. A splendid bridal cake, floundering in all the brilliancy of gold and silver leaf, and well studded with sugar plums, graced the festive board and in addition to which and the other nick-nacks from the pantry, their master's orchard and well-stored cellar furnished great variety to gratify their palate. The festive dance closed the amusements of the guests, while the happy pair stole of to their cbatuber.-Barbados Papfr,

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