hbishop of York, assisted by the Dean of Windsor, and the Rev. William Protheroe, rector of Whippingham, the office of bridesmaids being sustained by the younger Princesses and the Duke of Saxe Coburg giving the bride away.
Her majesty was present at the ceremony, and among the company were the Grand Ducal family of Hesse, the Duchess of Cambridge, Princess Mary and the Duke of Cambridge his Serene Highn as the Prince of Saxe Coburg Gotha, the Duchess of Wellington, the Lord Chancellor, Karl Granville, Viscount Palmerston, Sir George Grey, Sir G. C. Lewis, Earl Russell, the Hon. C. P. Villiers, etc.
After the ceremony the wedding presents were inspected Prominent among these were those offered by he Duchess of Athol, the Maharajah Dhuleop Singh, and the Countess of Fife.
The Duchess of Athol's present was a Presse Papier, the base formed from a piece of green variegated marble, from Blair Athol, mounted with mouldings of oak leaves and scorns having on one side, in relief, the a