The Countess Lilias Bathurst
The bridegroom (Seymour Henry Bathurst) is the 7th earl, is captain of the 4th Battalion Gloucestershire regiment, and is a J.P. and D.L for the county of Gloucester, Circenceater House, Cirencester, anil Grosvenor London, W., and is a grandson of the 2nd Karon de Tabley.
The bride, Miss Margaret Frances Borthwick, is the daughter of Sir Algernon Borthwick, Bart., who has sat as Conservative M.P. for the South Division of Kensington since and is J.P. for Middlesex, of Heathhcuse, Bunpstead Heath, and 139 Piccadilly, London, TV., and grand-daughter of the late Mr PeterBorthwick, M.P. for Evesham, 1835-1847.
The fade's family are wellknown in Scotland, having rented the mansions of Invercauld, Aberdeenshire, and Birkhall, Perthshire, N. 8., far several years—the bride in these districts being favourite. The ceremony was very impressively conducted by a cousin the bride, Ike Rev. Henry Montagu Villiers, M.A., vicar Paul's, assisted by the Rev. Henry Radge Hay ward, M.A., Archdeacon of Cirencester.
The bride was accompanied by ber father, who, in procession formed of the surpliced choir and officiating clergy, conducted ber to the entrance, where the first portion of the was said, and in doe course gave her away.
She looked exceedingly well in a plain "wedding gown" of white brocade trimmed with Brussels lace flounce, the gift of the Hon. Mrs. Candy. The Brussels lace veil covered a train of orange blooms and white violets, grown special,foil Court train, arranged with care, and chiffon fichu.
Her gas tulle veil covered a tiara real orange in foliage, fastened with a pearl and diamond brooch, which also with choice bouquet of white lilies, lilac and in foliage. Had with white satin streamers en suite, composed the bridegroom's gifts.
Sources:The Tatler;Illustrated London News;Christies;