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HE MARRIAGE OF MR C. F MOBGAN-BICHABDsq^ ot Cardigan fson of daughter of Sir licar of Rhyl) (t Ef tbe..fhite Waltham, Berk- of -Rhyl), to E,ebhriat Church, Folkestone, 5 JjV was Vicar. At Folkestone, fij "6Rev. rvacy was observed, an I at the re- •e Btriot-miea a simple announcement was only da»- There was no breakfast and th6 wedding -rty walked to Christ Chur„h. But the neigh- bourhood around the bridegroom's home was en fete. i local paper devoted four colnmns and a half to report the affair, from which we extract the fol- lowing:— As an agriculturist Mr Morgan-Richardson's purse-strings are always ready to be unloosed for the advantage of the farmer or any institution con- nected with farming pursuits, and with all these • £ ood deeds on his side it will be a matter of little lty to imagine the enthusiasm which was -dd amongst all classes when it became known •t Mr Morgans-Richardson was engaged to Miss ^•velyn Brownrlgg, the second daughter of Sir renry Brownriyg, Baronet, of White Waltham, -rks, and that. the marriage would take place upon an early date. Again, the family of the bridegroom is not a strange one to the district, being one of the oldest in Pembrokeshire, and he is a jrandson of the late Rev. W. Richardson, vicar of St. Dogwells and Little Newcastle, and son cf the Rev. T. Richardsou, M.A., formerly vicar of Moylgrove and Bay fil, and now vicar of Rhyl, th ( presentation of the living of Saint Dogwells Little Newcastle being still retained in the family alternately with the Dean and Chapter of St. David's: while on the mother's side again he can boast of a parentage universally respected and beloved throughout the county of Pembroke, Mra Richardson being before her mar- riage Miss Jane Evans, of Glastyr, and daughter of M and Mrs Evans, of ITrefgarn Hall and Ciliauwen. The marriage took plac,e at Folkstone, in Kent, but owing to the extreme illhealth of the bride's father. The ceremony was a very quiet one,and we are con- -quen unable to give m any of those interesting itails as to dress and effexit ao looked for by our ur readers. The marriage was originally fixed for lesday last, but owing to .some trifling unforeseen rcumstances, it had to be postponed until the •oilowing day. This, however, cannot be said to •e a bad exchange, for while Tuesday is prover- bially the best day to marry to secure health, cer- tainly a most essential blessing, still Wednesday is Emitted to be the best day of all. The presents 10th to the bride and biddegroom were more than iar*lly numeroua and v. tluable, including a costly -rIet from Mr MOIgan-RiohardsoD's tenants. sooner had the news: of the marriage become nown at Cardigan than a committee was immed- ately called, canvassers appointed, and in an in- credibly short spaoe of tinae, so generous was the "LI)Onse to the appeal, that a munificent sum was scribed by the townspeople, and every effort was e by them to hack up the committee and render ;heir programme successful, the result being the nagninoent festivities and deuorations of the town a a £ locality on Wednesday last,. The most interest- ing event, however, of the day was the sitting down to tea in the Market Place of f600 children, but turn which way we would nothing but bunting, wreaths, good wishes, and evergreen s met the gaze; the very air-seemed to breathe forth rejoiclug, while the fine peal of balls of St. M ary's Church clanged forth their joyous tintinabu .lations, cannons, (one oa the Sea Mower quay., and two others on the Netpool) sent forth from dawn till dusk their deafening reports, and. the 7 Jwldan Foundry hooter contributed to the -taw,ult of noises" by its whistle loud and long.. •Wednesday mornin 4g opened very gloomy, the American predicted storm (breaking in all its fury tjle previous evening. Hail and snow fell at inter- vals up to eight o'cl( olt, but directly the Corpora- til,zt cannon opened fi re the mists dispelled as if by magic, and the sun ( thone out in full spring glory up to about 11 o'cloc k, when snow fell heavily for a short time, but in t he meanwhile the happy knot had been tied, and it is to be hoped that the old aaage of "Happy is the bride that the sun shines on" will be fully verified. Visitors to the town approaching in evory direction mt;st have been struck with the rejoicings on every skie, and the long vistas of flags and good wishes had all a most d'tzzling effect,, which combined with the booming ot the cannon,, the merry pealing of the' Church bells, and the, well-dressed crowds who tl uronged the streets, betokened a holid ay not to be met with every day. At I o'clock all 'places of business were a'- -ed and the remainder of the day was devoted to pie, Mure, the Rifle Corps bram band and the Cardi- gan fife and drum band awal rening echoes through the streets of the, ancient IJOWII, and leading trhe way to the Recreation Ground for the athletic sports. The festivities wer e carried on over a very wide, area In the evening bonfires were burnt all along the country side, and Cardigan was all ablaze of fire works and illnmina -tions. A banqaet was pre P" <ed at the Blaok Lion Hotel, and a good company eat- down, presided ovt w by I.Ir W. \V. Mitchell, town clerk, the vicar of the town occupying the vice chair. Mr F. Rieliardso a lesponded to the toast of the evening Th.-a hea 1th of the bride and bridegroom." ¡ #1

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