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Marriage of the Prince of Wales. --Tuesday March 10, was the day appointed for the marriage of the Prince of Wales. In anticipation of this event all England has been stirred for weeks — every city, town, and hamlet getting itself in holiday trim for the joyful occasion. From the many items of interest which crowd the columns of the leading journals we clip the following. The London News says: The bouquet-holder, in which the bouquet will be presented to the Princess Alexandra, on her leading in England, by the lady of the Mayor of Gravesend, in form will resemble a cornucopia, and is so arranged that by torching a spring ingeniously contrived it may be rested in an upright position. The ornamentation will consist of the arms of England and Denmark, surmounted by Prince of Wales feathers, issuing from a gold crown set with sapphires. On the reverse will be represented the motto of the corporation of Gravesend. The gold work of the cornucopia will be nourished with si