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The Daily Dispatch: November 17, 1863., [Electronic resource], A Grand shoddy wedding in WashingtonJenkins's description of the affair. (search)
in Washington on Thursday night last, to Miss Kate Chase, "the eldest and accomplished" daughter od guests were assembled at the mansion of Secretary Chase, between the hours of half-past 8 and twethese personal friends of the Senator and Secretary Chase, were, on this occasion, non recipients od a vigorous prosecution of the war. Miss Kate Chase, the bride of the distinguished Senator, be gan to assemble around the mansion of Secretary Chase. They were very good-natured, as large cntlemen acting as bridesmaids and groomsmen: Miss Chase, sister to Miss Kate Chase; Miss Skinner, niMiss Kate Chase; Miss Skinner, niece of the Secretary, and Miss Nichols, niece of Governor Sprague; Maj. H. Baldwin, of Gen. Stahel't portion of the night before finished. Miss Chase was dressed in a gorgeous white velvet dresswritten for the occasion and dedicated to Miss Kate Chase. The banquet, which occurred at a laaried and animated one. The marriage of Miss Chase and Senator Spraque last evening passed off [2 more...]