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The Daily Dispatch: November 19, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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A Frenchman on America. --A French poet.--M. Theodore do Bonville,--who writes a weekly gossiping feuilleton for the Presse, closes his last article as follows: "The marriage of M. D'Erlanger with Mdlle. Matilda Slidell drew together, at the Church of Saint Peter, in the Rue Chaillot, all the best French and American society, and the American uniforms shone brilliantly among the black coats decorated with all the Orders of Europe, in the humble church, which was too small for such a ceremony. The toilet of the bride — a robe of white satin, a large veil of tulle, a light crown of orange flowers passing over the forehead, and a bouquet of the same flowers at the waist, around the neck a simple and magnificent dentelle attached by an emerald encircled with diamonds — attracted general admiration, as also the young and fresh parure of Mdlle. Rosine Slidell, who, accompanied by her young brother, took up the collection. In the audience the American ladies sustained the com