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Of the CEREMONIES observed in the
Of the KINGS and QUEENS of
1. The Form of the Royal Letters of Sum- X. A Description of the Royal and Sacred
sent to the Peers and Peeresses, to at. Ornaments, and of the Crowns and Scepters,
of the Ancient Chair, called St. Edward's.
XI. The Ceremony of the Proceedings at the
Coronations of King WILLIAM and
his late Majesty King GEORGE I. By
Westminster-Ball, the leveral Persons who ftory, the Reader will be able to form a
complete Idea of the Ceremonies which will
the Ceremony of presenting the Regalia, present Majesty King GEORGE II. and bis
Royal Consort Queen CAROLINE.
TION, with the usual Seating and Placing ritual and Temporal, the Knights of the
the Knights of the Bath · Whereby the
Names of the illuftrious Persons who will
CORONATION of Their PRESENT
lenge, and of the Heralds proclaiming the XIII. A BILL of FARE at a former
With many other Notable Particulars, for which the Reader is referred to the INDEX.
Champion's Challenge, as also the Imperial Crowns, Scepters, Orb, Queen's Circler, the
The FOURTH EDITION
and D. BROWNE, without Temple-Bar. 1727. [Price £6.68.)