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MANSION HOUSE.

UNITARIAN MARRIAGES. ;

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UNITARIAN MARRIAGES. The following is the Clause added to Mr. W. Smith's Bill on this subject Be it enacted. That in any case in which a marriage shall be intended to h solemnized either by. banns, or licence, under the provisions of this Act. notice thereof in writing shall be given twelve hours at least before such intended so- lemnization, to the officiating minister of the parish or chapelry, or one of the parishes or chapelrifs within which the banns of marriage shall r have been published, or of the parish or chapelry which shall be appointed in the licence for the re- gistration of such marriage, as the case may require, or in the absence of any such minister, then to the parish clerk or chapel clerk of such parish or chapelry and such minister or clerk respectively, is hereby authorised and required, immediately o'n the receipt of such notices, or as shortly thereafter as may be, to appoint a conve- nient time and place for registering the said mar- riage, before seven o'clock in the evening of the day of solemnization, in the usual Register Book of Marriages for the said parish and chapelry, at which time and place the said officiating minister, Or, in his stead, some minister of the Church of England, or other person by him deputed for that purpose, shall attend with the said Register Book, aud the married parties, after the solemnization shall have taken place shall appear before the said minister, or other person deputed a9 afore-1 said, and acknowledge such marriage, and shall produce a certificate of the solemization, signed by the minister solemnizing the said marriage artd by the married parties, and attested by two wit- nesses present thereat, and shall also produce their certificate orcertificates of baurcs, or their license —as the case may be, Ac.'