You cannot vote the Revolution.
You cannot buy the Revolution.
You can only be the Revolution.
If the torch of freedom doesn't burn in your heart, it is nowhere.
Married on the 12th, inst., by the parties themselves, the Rev. J. D. Maxson, and Miss Elizabeth Maxson, after a long a tedious courtship of about one hour.
So they courted for an hour? Well, how long were they affianced?
If one of both of the parties affianced himself or herself, they bound themselves to marry from that point forward. Thus, courtship would be superfluous to the consummation of the bond given. If the parents affianced their children that assumes the legal right to do so and, again, courtship would be superfluous. If they affianced themselves after courtship began and necessarily before the actual ceremony, it appears the period of affianciation was somewhere in the neighborhood of 59 minutes or less, assuming it is possible to court someone in something like one minute.I hope that clears everything up.
Was there a shotgun involved?
That would have made it an exciting courtship.
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