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Publication: The Richibucto Review add link
Issue: Vol. 11. No. 34. April 12,1900
Title: Wedding Bells
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Wedding Bells - An interesting event took place last Wednesday afternoon at the residence of Mr. A. J. Dickinson, Kingston, when his eldest daughter Mary J was united in marriage to Mr. J. Rankine McKinnon, son of Mr. Malcolm McKinnon, of Richibucto. The nuptial knot was tied by the Rev. D. Fraser in the presence of about fifty invited guests, after which tea was served. The bride looked charming in a suit of fawn with white satin ribbon and chiffon trimmings, and was unattended. After tea had been served a number of the guests drove to the home of the groom where the evening was spent and supper served at 12 o'clock. They were the recipients of many beautiful and costly presents which testified to the high esteem in which the young couple were held. They will reside for the present with the groom's parents. THE REVIEW joins in wishing them a long and happy life. The following is a partial list of the presents received: - Miss Haining, teapot; Mis M White, silver salt and pepper dish; Jonathan Dickinson, fruit set; Etta and Maggie Dickinson, fruit dish; Mamie Cameron, preserve set; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cameron, a vase lamp; Charlie McKinnon, lamp; Miss Hillson, chamber set; Mr. and Mrs. M McKinnon, china dinner set; Nellie McKinnon, silver knives; Hattie Smith, large platter, tureen and gravy dish; M. Carlin, table cover; Malcom McKinnon, two fancy cups and saucers; Mr. and Mrs. J. Glencross, tumblers; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Glencross, cheese dish; Mrs. A. Glencross, porridge set; Theodore Glencross, vases; Mrs. J. W. Morton, handsome china tea set; Mr. C. W. Morton, cobbler rocking char; ...

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