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Marriage Certificates (1841-1842)
THE RIGHT HONORABLE CHARLES, BARON SYDENHAM, of Sydenham in the County of Kent, and of Toronto in Canada, one of Her Majesty's Most Honorable Privy Council, Governor-General of British North America, and Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over the Provinces of Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the Island of Prince Edward, and Vice-Admiral of the same.
WHEREAS, Her Majesty has been graciously pleased, to authorise me to grant Licenses for the Solemnization of Marriages : AND WHEREAS Henry Rutledge, of the City of Toronto, in the said Province, Bachelor, and Margaret Armstrong, of the said City, late of Bullyreagh, in the County of Fermunagh, Ireland, Spinster, Daughter of Francis Armstrong, of Bullreagh aforesaid, Farmer.
are determined to enter into the Holy Banns of Matrimony, and are desirous of having their Marriage publicly Solemnized ; in order that such their honest desires may the more speedily have their due effect, and that they may be able to procure the same to be lawfully Solemnized, without publication of Banns, I do hereby, for good causes, give and grant this License of Faculty, as well to them the said Parties contracting, as to all or every Parson or Minister, duly ordained, and lawfully exercising his Ministry within that part of the Province of Canada, heretofore constituting the Province of Upper Canada, to Solemnize and perform the same : Provided always, that by reason of any Affinity, Consanguinity, Pre-contract, or any other lawful cause, there be no legal impediment in this behalf, otherwise, if any fraud shall appear to have been committed, at the time of granting this License, either by false suggestions or concealment of the truth, that then this License shall be null and void, to all intents and purposes whatsoever.
Given under my hand and Office Seal at Kingston this Thirteenth day of August in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Forty one and of Her Majesty's Reign the fourth year.
By His Excellency's Command James Hopkins