MATRIMONIAL CEREMONIES DISPLAYED: Wherein are exhibited the various customs, odd pranks, whimsical tricks and surprising practices of near one hundred different kingdoms and people in the world, now used in the celebration and consummation of matrimony, collected from the papers of A Rambling Batchelor. With a variety of remarks by him, serious and humorous, to which is added the comical Adventures of Sir Harry Fitzgerald, who had seven wives, with the character of each, - a genuine story; also an epigram on matrimony, in English and Latin.
London: Printed for H. Serjeant and G. Woodfall, no date (1880s?). Early reprint. Hardcover. (104) pp., small octavo, blue cloth spine and marbled boards. An irreverant look at matrimonial practices around the world and down through the ages, with the farcical "Adventures of Sir Harry Fitzgerald" for dessert. More