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Schedule (C.)


A. B., Superintendent Registrar of
to C. D. of and E. R of

Sendeth Greeting:

"WHEREAS ye are minded, as it is said, to enter into a contract of Marriage, under the provisions of an Act made in the Sixth year of the reign of His Majesty King William the Fourth, intituled, [here insert the title of this Act] and are desirous that the same may be speedily and publicly celebrated.

I do hereby grant unto you full License, according to the authority in that behalf given to me by the said Act, to proceed to celebrate such Marriage, and to the Registrar of the District of to register such Marriage according to law: Provided that no impediment of kindred or alliance shall appear, nor any other lawful hindrance to the said Marriage: Provided also, that the said Marriage be publicly solemnized in the presence of the said Registrar, within Three calendar Months from the date hereof in the [here describe the building in which the Marriage is to be celebrated, according to the registry thereof], between the hours of Nine in the Forenoon and Three in the Afternoon.

Given under my hand this day of
One thousand eight hundred and

(signed) A. B.
Superintendent Registrar.