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NOTES ON THE CORONATION OF KING
WILLIAM AND QUEEN MARY.
SYMBOLS USED IN THESE NOTES FOR THE CORONATION ORDERS OF
THE SEVERAL SOVEREIGNS.
The references are given in full for information drawn from other sources : such as the London Gazette, &c.
The numbers which follow the symbols in the notes are the numbers of
Anne: J. R. Planché, Regal Records, London, 1838. pp. 111-145. In cases
of doubt, Add. MS. 6336. fo. 16. in the British Museum has been
consulted. Car. I. : Chr. Wordsworth, The Manner of the Coronation of King Charles
the First, H.B.S. 1892. pp. 13-53. Car. II. : Sir Edward Walker, A circumstantial account of the preparations
for the Coronation of His Majesty King Charles the Second, London,
1820, pp. 91–120. Geo. I. : A Formulary oj that part of the Solemnity which is performed in the
Church at the Coronation of His Majestie King George at Westminster
mark in British Museum : 605. C. 52. Geo. I.* : MS. Heralds' College, unnumbered, labelled on back: Coronations.
Queen Anne. George I. Geo. II. : The Form and Order of the Service that is to be Performed, and oj
the Ceremonies that are to be Observed, in the Coronation of Their Majesties, King George II. and Queen Caroline, in the Abby Church of S. Peter, Westminster, on Wednesday the 11th of October, 1727.
London, John Baskett, 1727. Geo. III. : The Form and Order of the Service that is to be Performed, and
of the Ceremonies that are to be Observed, in the Coronation of Their Majesties King George III. and Queen Charlotte, in the Abbey Church of S. Peter, Westminster, on Tuesday the 22nd of September, 1761. London : Mark Baskett and assigns of Robert Baskett, 1761. (For a
copy of this order I am indebted to the Rev. J. P. Kane.) Geo. III.* : Heralds' College, MS. S.M.L. 30. p. 198. Geo. IV.: The Form and Order of the Service that is to be performed,
and of the Ceremonies that are to be observed, in the Coronation of His Majesty King George IIII. in the Abbey Church of S. Peter, Westminster, on Thursday, the 19th of July 1821. London : George
Eyre and Andrew Strahan, 1821. Geo. IV*: Sir George Nayler, The Coronation of His Most Sacred
Majesty King George the Fourth, London, 1839. pp. 120-126. Jac. I. : See above, Car. I. The Manner of the Coronation of King Charles
the First, pp. 110-137. Jac. II. : Francis Sandford, The History of the Coronation of ... James II.
In the Savoy, Thomas Newcomb, 1687. pp. 82-103. Jac. II.* : the manuscript volume in the Heralds' College which also
contains W. and M. Liber Regalis: Missale ad usum Ecclesiae Westmonasteriensis, H.B.S.
1893. fasc. ii. col. 673-col. 725. Stewart Orders : those of Jac. I. Car. I. and II. Victoria : The Form and Order of the Service that is to be performed, and oj
the Ceremonies that are to be observed, in the Coronation of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, in the Abbey Church of St. Peter, Westminster, on Thursday, the 28th of June 1838. London, George Eyre and
Andrew Spottiswoode, 1838. W. and M. : the order of William and Mary printed in this volume. W. and M.*: An Account of the Ceremonial at the Coronation ... of
King William and Queen Mary, published by order of the Duke of
Norfolk. In the Savoy, Edw. Jones, 1689. Wm. IV. : The Form and Order of the Service that is to be performed, and of
the Ceremonies that are to be observed, in the Coronation of Their Majesties King William IV. and Queen Adelaide, in the Abbey Church of S. Peter, Westminster, on Thursday the 8th of September, 1831.
London, George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, 1831. Wm. IV.* : The Ceremonies to be observed at the Royal Coronation of ...
King William the Fourth [London] 1831. Bearing imprimatur of the Earl-Marshal.