"...among tho victims. Paulino, tlio sister of Percy, had won the confidence of his friend, who oon-fldcd the fact of his marriage, and of Ills own hopeless lovo for her. Learning the tidings from tho gulf
"...-rai'iny of decorations in the way of a iiuantily of beautiful flowers, than at the marriage of tho young pastor of the ctiureh. Rev. Cbrisloplier RhodesEliot, and Miss Mary Jadcoon May. which occurred on Friday aftorunon ... , will bo of the party. visiting friends In western Now York. -Captain and Mrs, William H. Jackson -Mfss May Foote, formerly of Beacon of Chestnut street, who are still at Pigeon street, Is tho guest of Mrs ... . The marriage cf Miss Sallie Gray and Mr. George S. Silsbpo of Baiem takes iplaoo very quietly on 1(Vednesday at the house Mrs. Gray is occupying atHarrisou Square, Dorchester. None biit the immediate family ... are to be at the ceremony. The presents are among the handsoiriest..."
"...RhodesEliot and Miss Mary Jackson May, daughter of F. W. Q. May, were married at the First Church at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Rev. Joseph Mayot Philadelphia and Rev. AVilliamH, Lyon of Roxbury tied ... about, the organization, it is said, will be tho most extensive and powerful ever lormed by worklngmen. _ MASriFOX.I� etKIEVANCBS. Eliot-May. The pastor of the Dorchester First Church, Rev. Christopher ... was burn in igiti. In 1832 she was married to Dr. Stowe, She took a great interest ii tho welfare of tho slaves, and in 1840 contributed several articles to tho National Era, an ant -slavery paper. Ill 1802