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-BAGILLT.

PRBSTiTYK.

HE'S GONE TO THE FRONT.

WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA.

DEATH OF THE MARQUIS OF LOTHIAN.

ONE OF DR. JAMESON'S RAIDERS.

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ONE OF DR. JAMESON'S RAIDERS. CAPTAIN COVENTRY'S MARRIAGE. eaptain the Hon. Charles John Coventry, formerly in the Worcestershire Regiment (and who served in the Bechuanaland Police Force), second son of the Earl of Coventry, was married to Miss Lily White- house, younger daughter of Mr. Fitz-Hugh White- house, of Eastbourne Lodge, Newport, U.S.A., and Thornton Hall, Buoks, in St. Peter's Church, Eaton- square, London, on Tuesday afternoon. The chancel was adorned with lilies of the valley and arums, and a number of towering palms. The bride entered the church with her father shortly after two o'clock, and was met by her train bearers, Master Jarvis Smith and the Hon. Helena Coventry, nephew and niece of the bridegroom, and by five bridesmaids, Miss Whitehouse, her sister; Lady Dorothy Coventry, sister of the bridegroom; Miss Duntze, Miss Budgett, and Miss French. The Miss Duntze, Miss Budgett, and Miss French. The bride wore a handsome Princesse gown of white crepe de Chine, embroidered in silver, with Court train from the shoulders, wrought wtth lilies of the valley in silver and mother-of-pearl paillettes. A tulle veil, with sprays of orange blossom, was becomingly arranged in her hair, while her only orna- ment was a large diamond crescent. The children who held her train were attired in Georgian cos- tumes, that of the page having been copied from a picture of his ancestor, George, sixth Earl of Coventry (who married the eldest Miss Gunning). It was carried out in cherry-coloured satin, elabo- rately trimmed with silver lace and paste buttons. The Rev. John Storrs, vicar of the parish, per- formed the ceremony, assisted by the Rev. Hugh Bennett, rector of Croome, and the Rev. C. Dawson- Smith, rector of Thornton. The Hon. Henry Coventry supported his brother as best man. Among those present at the church were the Earl and Countess of Coventry and family, Mrs. Whitehouse, Prince and Princess Victor Duleep Singh, the Dowager Countess of Craven, Viscount and Vis- countess Deerhurst, the Earl and Countess of Dudley, Elizabeth Countess of Wilton, and Mr. A. V. Pryor. A reception was held after the ceremony at 3, Grosvenor-gardens, and the newly-married pair left later for Copse Hill, Gloucestershire, lent by Mr. Meredyth Whitehouse for the honeymoon.

THE SALE OF POISONS.

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