Rochester, Monroe, NY
Rochester Daily Advertiser
Jan. 22, 1851
A Donation Visit - The parishioners of the Rev. Hiram WHITCHER, propose to make their pastor a Donation Visit, at the Free Baptist Church, on Ann st., on Friday afternoon and evening of this week - at which all friends are invited to attend.
A man named James KANE was committed by the Police Magistrate this morning for beating his wife in a most brutal manner. The condition of the woman was such as to need a husband's protection.
In Chili, on the 21st last, by Rev. C. HAMMOND, of Rochester, Mr. Alonzo HANDY and Matilda H. GRAVES, daughter of Charles and Cordelia GRAVES.
We understand that our friends above mentioned had a very pleasant and happy time on the occasion. The representatives of four generations were there, to rejoice in the premonitory symptoms of a fifth. We have been furnished with a splendid Cake, surmounted by a Dove, the purity of which has been, and the peacefulness of which, we trust, will be an emblem of the life of her whose fair fingers formed it, and whose fate is now linked to that of one of the Handy-est young men of our acquaintance.
On the 21st last, by the Rev. O. C. PAYNE, Mr. Wm. W. HUBBELL, to Miss Clarissa A. FISH, all of this city.