16 JUNE 1866, Page 1

The Princess Mary was married on Tuesday noon at Kew,

in presence of the Queen and a brilliant assemblage of magnates. It is reported that the Prince of Teck looked " gallant " and the bride pale, but that while he made the responses in a low voice with a foreign accent, hers were audible throughout the chapel. The people of Kew, by whom the Princess is greatly be- loved, thronged to witness the ceremony, and the congratulations from every part of the country are not of the pro formci order. The Princess is genuinely popular, and the fact that she retains her name, Princess of Teck being a lower title than Princess of England, has been repeated in every newspaper in the kingdom Thenewly married couple propose a long tour in Austria before settling down in England—provided always that Austria continues to exist.