A WEDDING ON HORSEBACK.–

The following occurred at Battle Creek, on the Chattanooga Railroad, in March, 1864: A pair of lovers bethought themselves of getting married, and having procured a license, they set out on horseback. They soon came up to a parson “setting” on a fence,–it seems he did something occasionally at farming,–and requested him to “solemnize the sacred rites of matrimony at once.” The parson finally assented, and he “setting” on the fence, and they on their horses, the “sacred rite” was “solemnized,” after which they went on their way rejoicing.

Originally posted 2008-11-12 20:06:16.

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