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chattels, lands and tenements.
Brown, who had never witnessed such a proceeding, was struck with its utter absurdity.
God Almighty! Lincoln, he ejaculated, loud enough to be heard by all, the statute fixes all that!
This unlooked — for interruption almost upset the old parson; he had a keen sense of the ridiculous, and for the moment it seemed as if he would break down; but presently recovering his gravity, he hastily pronounced them husband and wife. --Letter, James H. Matheney, Ms., Aug. 21, 1888. That same morning Miss Todd called on her friend Julia M. Jayne, who afterward married Lyman Trumbull, and made a similar request.
The Edwardses were notified, and made such meager preparations as were possible on so short notice.
License was obtained during the day, the minister, Charles N. Dresser,
My father, Rev. Charles Dresser, was a graduate of Brown University, Providence, R. I., of the class of 1822. --Thomas W. Dresser, Ms. letter, Sept. 17, 1888. was sent for, and in the