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Wedding of Capt. f. 0. Edwards, fomerly CiAimriheii. At St. Agnea's. Mcseley, EirrrJÏlJ!h'.lm, on Thurs- dey, Aug. loth, the rvsrmge t-uk plsce cl Captain T. 0. Edwa'd", his Majesty?.; ct:ir oi factories at Southatipton. sen of Mr.W. R. ii-jward J.P., oi Barry (formerly of Oannarlh?r}. with Miss Helen Mary 1,10ye, < Ider d tighter of Air. Lewis Lloyd, of Broomiiii. l Lodge, Wake Gieen, Moseiey. The service was fully choral, and the organist (Mr. T. G. Richards) gave eu organ recital as the guests assembled. '1 he service was conducted by the Rev. W. II. Colrcore, M. A. vic-ar of Moseley, ssiittd by the Re*. W. H. Footman, ot Larapeier, cousin of the bridegroom. The tride who was given away by her edeBt. brother (Mr. L. E. Lloyd) was dresfed in white chiffon, with panels of Urusselslace. She carried an exquisite bouquet of roees, lilies, and catnations, a present from the bridegroom. The two little train-bearers were Mieses Mildred and Grace Rabor;e. The bride was also attended by six brit!eamuid&—the Misses Margaret and Norah Lloyd (sisters of the bride), Miss Edith Edwards (sister of the bridegroom), Miss Ethel Finlay (couain of the bride\ and the Misaes Alice and Belle Rowley— who wore turquoise and pearl crescent brooches, the gift of the bridegroom, and carried copies cf the marriage elice bound in silver and vellam, the presents of the bride. The groom's best man was his brother, Dr. Lloyd Edwaids, and eight brother officers of the bridegroom also attended in uniform

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