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MARRIAGES.

Anduiisox—Wiseman.—On January; 31st-, at the residence of James Allison, Esq., Adelaide, by the Bov. Mr. F-iton, Miohael Arthur Anderson, third son ol' the . late J. H, Anderson, Esq., of Sydney, to Laura Wisoraan, youugosfc daughter of Richard Wiseman. Thames. : '

Clooxan—Makkwick—Oil April 20th, by the Eev. P. O'Reilly, Daniel Cloonan, to Louisa Mark wick. Thorp—Wight.—On April 21, by the Rev. Mr Mulgan, George JF.' Thorp, youngest son of the late Joshua Thorp, of Leeds, to Margaretta Wight, oldest daughter'- of Robert Wight, of Otara, Coates-Mauxseli, -On April "'23, at St. Mary's, Parnellj by the Rev. 0. M. Pym, Rector of Cherry Burton, Yorkshire, Augustus John Ligar, eldest surviving son of. the late James Coates, Esq., of Auckland, to Jane, youngest daughterjjfVen. Robert Maunsell, LL.D., Archdeacon • of Auckland, and Incumbent of St. Mary's. • Irvin — Nolan. —On April 26. at St Francis' Church, Sliortlarid, by the Rev. [', O'Reilly, Arthur Irvin, of Shetland, Scotland, to Alice Jane, youngest daughter of Mr. Martin Man,, of Eden Place, •Auckland.—Auckland papers please copy. B a gnall—Steward.—April 14th, at St George's Church, by the Rev., Lush, Horatio Nelson, son of Mr. Georgo Bagnall, Turua, to Jessie, daughter of Mr. C, Id Steward, Tlumes.—No cake; no cards.

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MARRIAGES., Thames Advertiser, Volume XIV, Issue 3920, 21 May 1881

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MARRIAGES. Thames Advertiser, Volume XIV, Issue 3920, 21 May 1881

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