By Fernando Antenio Nogueira Pessoa
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Of theparishof Battersea," by a commonenough It is as follows : 1782. Banns of Marriage. No. 281 William Blake of the Parish of Battersea Batchelor and Catherine Butcher of the same Parish Spinster were Married in this Church by Licensethis Eighteenth Day of Augustin the Year One ThousandSevenHundredand Eightytwo by me J. GardnerVicar. This marriagewas solemnized between Us William The Bkke mark of X Catherine Butcher In the presenceof ThomasMonger Butcher Jas. Blake Robt. Munday Parish Clerk.
Yeatsfalter,andconfess " Thereis apparently someconfusion amongthe symbols," that after all we have only a portion of Bkke's later work, andthat probablya far largerportion was destroyed when the Peckham " angel," Mr. Tatham (copartner in foolish wickedness with Warburton's cook), sat down to burn the books which he did not understand. Blake's great system of wheels within wheels remains no better than a ruin, and can but at the bestbe piecedtogether tentatively by those who are able to trace the connection of someof its parts.
I imagine that Thomas Monger Butcher was probably Catherine'sbrother; there are other Mongers not far off in the register,as if the name were a family name. His handwritingis mean and untidy, JamesBlake's vague but fluent; Catherine makes her mark somewhat faintly. As the registerlies open there are entries of sevenmarriages; out of these,no fewerthan three of the brideshavesigned by making their mark. , representing a man in bed and a woman sitting on the side of the bed, beginning to dress, is really as it probably is, done from life, and meant for Mrs.