15: resignation from the army.-marriage to Miss Taylor.-Cuban visit.-winter in Washington.-Presidend to a more quiet life.
His engagement to Miss Taylor had now lasted two years, and General TayloGeneral Taylor's feelings toward him did not seem to become mollified.
Miss Taylor finally went to her fatherMiss Taylor finally went to her father and told him that she had waited two years, and as, during that time, he had not alleged anything er family, engaged a stateroom and escorted Miss Taylor to it. Colonel Taylor was transacting some Colonel Taylor was transacting some regimental business on the boat, and while he was there his daughter made another attempt to reconci.
She sorrowfully gave up hope of winning Colonel Taylor's consent, and went to St. Louis to be marrote: In 1835 I resigned from the army, and Miss Taylor being then in Kentucky with her aunt — the oldest sister of General Taylor--I went thither and we were married in the house of her aunt, in the presence of General Taylor's two sisters, of his oldest brother, his son-in-law, and many others of