This is an image of Anna Rudge's record of marriage. A complete translation in English is provided below.
"No. 553 Coquelin Rudge On the fifteenth day of November one thousand eight hundred fifty nine at ten in the morning Act of marriage between Sir Alfrede Eduoard Coquelin, assistant shopkeeper, born in Cantelon of the same department, on the first of March one thousand eight hundred thirty four and dwelling in Le Havre, Church street No. 89, adult son of Eduoard Coquelin, shop employee and of Louise Aminthe Adam, his wife, unemployed, dwelling in Rouen, Fountenelle Street No. 2,, here present and consenting, widow of Marie Seyerine Baron, who died in Chartres, Eure and Loire, the thirteenth of last September, on the one hand- And of Anna Rudge, washerwoman (?), born in Le Havre, on the twelfth of December, one thousand eight hundred thirty nine and dwelling at her father's house, 44 Saint Jacques Street, minor daughter of Edward Rudge, engineer, and the late Caroline Blindell buried at Caen, Calendos, the twenty first November, one thousand eight hundred forty two, on the other hand. The publications of marriage were posted at Le Havre in front of the front doors of our town hall on Sunday the twenty third and thirtieth of last October at noon and in accordance with articles 63 and 64 of the Napoleanic code without any objections [?]. On our interpretations and in conformity with the bride and groom, their parents declared to us that the marriage contract was signed before a notary public. The future couple produced and deposed the following: 1. Their records of birth. 2. A record of the death of preceding wife of the groom. 3. A letter of consent by the father of the future wife signed the first of the present month, M. Duval and one of his colleagues, notaries at Le Havre 4. A record of the death of his mother. A common bond was formed [?] After we read the terms according to the law and all of the documents mentioned above, after Chapter Ten of the fifth title of the Napoleanic code title of marriage articles two hundred twelve and following. The two were declared to be joined in marriage The one: Anna Rudge And the other, Alfrede Edouard Coquelin. In the presence of Theodore Vallie, thirty nine years, Louis Lemaredeal, age thirty four years old, Louis Richer, Brigadier, forty five years old, and Jacques Cardon, employee of the docks, twenty eight years old, all four friends of the groom and living in Le Havre. Then Phillip Girard Sarek et Neilly, Chevalier of the Legion de Honor, adjoint of the Mayor of the city of Le Havre appeared before us, complying with the obligatory functions of state officials. We have pronounced in the name of the law the spouses are joined in marriage. After reading this in the presence of all, they signed with us and the witnesses present, done on behalf of the mayor's office and his administration. Coquelin Anna Rudge Coquelin Jooquelin Lemaredeal Cardon Richer"