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Marriage register books to be provided according to form in schedule (G). 64. Every clergyman of the United Church of England and Ireland, immediately after any office of matrimony solemnized by him, shall register in duplicate in two of the marriage register books the several particulars relating to that marriage, according to the form of the said schedule (G); and every Presbyterian minister of a certified Presbyterian meeting house, and every such registering officer of the Quakers, as soon as conveniently may be after the solemnization of any marriage between two Quakers in the district for which he is registering officer, and every such secretary of a synagogue, immediately after every marriage solemnized between any two persons professing the Jewish religion, of whom the husband shall belong to the synagogue whereof he is secretary, shall register or cause to be registered in duplicate in two of the said marriage register books the several particulars relating to that marriage, according to the form of the said schedule (G); and every such registering officer or secretary, whether he shall or shall not be present at such marriage, shall satisfy himself that the proceedings in relation thereto have been conformable to the usages of the said society, or of the persons professing the Jewish religion, as the case may be; and every such entry as herein-before is mentioned (whether made by such clergyman, or by such Presbyterian minister, or by such registering officer or secretary respectively as aforesaid,) shall be signed by the clergyman, or by such Presbyterian minister, or by the said registering officer or secretary, as the case may be, and by the parties married, and by two witnesses, and shall be made in order from the beginning to the end of each book, and the number of the place of entry in each duplicate marriage register book shall be the same.
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