She must have been having you on, for the banns was up at St. George's this three weeks!
The banns have not been duly published, neither is there any priest here to marry them.
Hadn't you better fix the wedding-day and take out the banns, now that your hand is in?
I'll put the banns up to-morrow—no; I'll get a special license.
But the stars and the Gypsy brethren forbid the banns, so they part eternally.
Should the "Banns be published," however the license fee is not required.
"Sophie Bunch came last night to put up her banns," he said.
"Th' baans (banns) 'll be cried in the church next Sunday," said Betsey.
It is strange to think that Peter did not alight in the church and forbid the banns.
And I'd beg her to have the banns called,— But there was no pinning her down.