This is an image of Edward Rudge's third record of marriage. A translation in English is provided below.
"No. 54 Rudge and Belhaire Tuesday Nine March one thousand eight hundred fifty two at 4 o'clock in the evening Act of marriage between Edward Rudge, engineer, born in the Parish of Smethwick, Stafford County, England, the first of January eighteen hundred seven and dwelling near Notre Dame at the Port of Le Havre and adult son of the late William Rudge, who died in the Parish of Saint Saviour in London on the sixteenth of July, one thousand eight hundred twenty three and of Hannah Rudge, absent without notice [?], and widower of Marie Ford, who died at Caen, Department of Calvados, the 28th of last December, on the one hand. And of Adele Belhaire, trusted daughter, born at the chapel of Jugen, Munich, the thirteenth of April, one thousand eight hundred and twenty five, and dwelling in Le Havre, No. 9 [street name?], adult daughter of the late Jean Baptiste Belhaire, who died at the Chapel of Jugen, the eighth of September, one thousand eight hundred forty eight, and of Angelique Aviay, his property owning widow and dwelling [there], 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 second and twenty nine of last February At noon officiated according to the terms of articles 63 and 64 of the Civil Code without any objections. On our interpretations the bride and groom declared to us that the marriage contract was signed before a notary public. The future couple have produced and declared: 1. Their records of birth. 2. A record of the death of the father of the future husband. 3. That of his previous wife. 4. A letter of consent by the mother of the future wife signed [?] the seventh of last January in front of a notary at the Chapel of Juger. 5. A record of the death of her father. 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 212 and following. The two were declared joined in marriage, the one, Adel Belhaire and the other, Edward Rudge In the presence of elders, William Rudge, engineer, brother of the groom, Jean Piere Marchel, driver, Matthew Pollington, engineer, Victor Menard, driver, all fours adults, the last three being friends of the groom, and all four living at Le Havre. The bride and groom jointly in front of the said witnesses declared and attested that his mother was absent without notice for many years, that he didn't know her last address or whether she was deceased, and as such it was an impossibility to provide documentation of her death or her consent. Then before us Ondere Hyacinthe adj[unct] of M[onseiur] the Mayor of the city of Le Havre, representing by delegation the functions of public officials of the state. have declared in the name of the law that the couple are joined in marriage. And after reading this in the presence of all, they signed, with all present, done on behalf of the mayor's office and administered. Edward Rudge Adele Belhaire William Rudge Mme. Sarah and Matthew Pollington Menard Maire"