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When Forster married, in 1856, he was eager that Elwin should officiate, and proposed going down to Norfolk.
The captain had come to him, requesting him to officiate, as there was no chaplain on board.
If a woman of condition should choose an inferior person to officiate as a husband, the children he has by her are killed.
On my seventeenth birthday I put up my hair, and was confirmed by a bishop whom my godmother persuaded to officiate in the house.
Then the men came in, and she was obliged to come forward and officiate at the tea-table.
Proclamation was made that the clergy who were to officiate were on the outside, and a passage was made for us to enter.
A squire volunteered to officiate, but when he had seen and heard the man whom he was to slay, he shrank from the terrible task.
I was invited a few weeks ago to a very select séance indeed, where the same medium was to officiate.
I perfectly appreciate your motive in asking the Bishop of Barbadoes to officiate at the opening.
They were a caste apart, and none outside this caste could officiate.
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