On 24 April 1803 by me undersigned priest was rehabilitated the marriage of Benjamin Joseph Killer (of age) son of Joseph Killer and Marie Jesu of the city of A??? in Portugal, on the one part, and Théotiste Huart (of age) daughter of Jacques Huart and Anne Duquet on the other part. Contracted the 30th March of the preceding year 1802 before John Man (?) esquire, justice of the peace of New-Carlisle, the parties received dispensation of the publication of the 3 bans. Witnesses, Jacques Loiselle, friend of the groom, Jacques Huart, father of the bride, who, along with the contracting parties, declared they could not sign; the aforesaid Joseph Benjamin Killer and Théotiste Huart recognized as their legitimate son Joseph Killer born on 5 January last, given lay baptism on the same day, to whom the ceremonies of baptism were supplemented on 15 March for whom the godfather was Jacques Huart and godmother Élisabeth Doiron Loiselle , as appears in the act registered in folio 35 of the present record. signed by _ Lefrançois priest.
As a note, the son's baptism got recorded in both Bonaventure and Paspébiac parish registers, which is quite frequent for this area. Funny, he's born on my birthday. Just a tad wee bit earlier.
Can't quite make out the name of the city in Portugal, but looking at a map, it may be Albufeira on the Southern coast of that country. Looks close enough to the word written out also.
There is no mention of voiding of the marriage anywhere, you have to realize that when the church ''rehabilitates'' a marriage, it can also be due to it having been done outside the fold, so to speak, like before a judge, or in a protestant church. They do their thing to bring the people back within the fold.