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 - mens of the Jewelers' art. The young coup e...
mens of the Jewelers' art. The young coup e crowned, the ceremony was com! pletetl by the priest blessing them thrice. Miss Grant was a Princess. It was al very sweet and very beautiful, beautiful, and all the while the singers sans softly. This was. the programme: Sanctus, Gounod; Bridal chorus, Loh.ngrln, •' Wasner; wmlillng march, MerKlelasohn; Russian nnthom; Nocturno, Schubert; 0! Fair, O! Sweet ami Holy; The Lion and tho Lizard, Lehmann; Scherzo, Bcotlioven; o. Pertoct Love; Polonaise' Chopin, After the ceremony rthere was supper, nnd the health of the bride was drunk bv all. Toasts to the bride were offered by Senator Chauncey M. Depew, Bishop . Potter and Adj.-Gen. Corbin. Mr. Depew I related a story once told by the late Gen. ! Grant of an Austrian wedding which he j attended and of the happy results of the -1 union. Mr. Depew, In toasting the bride, hoped that tho happy sequel of the Austrian Austrian wedding referred to might be repeated repeated in the case of Prince and Princess i Cantacuzeno. BIs:hop Potter and -Adj.- en. Corbin simply offered as-thelr toasts , health and happiness. l Mrs. Potter Palmer wore a magnificent gown of rare lace with a diamond collar, i Mrs: Grant, the bride's mqther, waa sowned In light blue silk with velvet, collar and diamond pendants. Those : presetn at the ceremony were Mrs.-. Frederick D. 'Grant, mother of the bride; Cadet U. S. Grant third, 'brother j of the bride; Mrs. TJ. S. .Grant, grand- i mother of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Pot- • ter Palmer, Henry H. Honore, Adrian. Honore. Lockwood Honore, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Honore the Misses Honore" Bishop Potter, the Rev. R. J. Nevins, rector of the American Church In Rome- • AdJt.-Gcn. Corbin, Gen. Wesley Merrltt ' and staff, Baron Tetlow, Russian Consul-General Consul-General In New York; Baron Cohlip- penbach, Russian Consul-General In Chicago; Chicago; Col. and Mrs. Hoin, .the latter Commandant at West Point, and the ushers who will act to-morrow; Worth- injfton Whitehouse, John Prentlss Potter Palmer, Jr., Robert L. Gerry, Lathrop Randolph, H. Roger Wlnthrop and Capt Sartorls. •

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  1. The World,
  2. 25 Sep 1899, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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