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Judith Smith (search for this): article 7
ounting the benches and backs of the pews, while a few guerrillas capture the chancel. They comprise all ages: the little girl who is hardly old enough to know what a wedding is (if there is any age at which they are ignorant on that subject); the young lady of maturer years, with whom "the harvest is ended," and who comes to see what a more successful reaper has gathered, and the married woman who goes for — nobody knows what. It was of this last class, we believe, that the great and good Smith remarked that he couldn't see how it was that when a woman had "done for" one man she could not let weddings alone.--They are not partial to any particular church, but the Episcopal service is, perhaps, the favorite, because it takes about three minutes longer to subjugate a man than any other. This is a war institution — this Wedding Brigade; at least let us hope so, and let us hope, too, that the time will soon return when every Frederick Augustus may lead his trembling Celestina to t
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l ages: the little girl who is hardly old enough to know what a wedding is (if there is any age at which they are ignorant on that subject); the young lady of maturer years, with whom "the harvest is ended," and who comes to see what a more successful reaper has gathered, and the married woman who goes for — nobody knows what. It was of this last class, we believe, that the great and good Smith remarked that he couldn't see how it was that when a woman had "done for" one man she could not let weddings alone.--They are not partial to any particular church, but the Episcopal service is, perhaps, the favorite, because it takes about three minutes longer to subjugate a man than any other. This is a war institution — this Wedding Brigade; at least let us hope so, and let us hope, too, that the time will soon return when every Frederick Augustus may lead his trembling Celestina to the altar without having her exposed to the gaze of these idle, curious, and often vulgar, wedding mob