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Regalia, lords to carry, 8, 9.

placed on altar, 17, 101, 137.
iaken to St. Edward's chapel,

35, 106.

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at Proceeding, 93, 94, 95, 97,

112, 113, 115.

held at foot of theatre, 99.
Regardez deu tut puissant, 43.
Remember him of whom the royal psalmist,

23, 103
Repent ye for the kingdom, 10.
Richard 1. swords, 132.

mistake with sandals, 142.

homage, xviin.
Richard II. divine service, 133.

orb in hand of, xxvii.
Richard III. interpretation of swords,

132.

orb delivered to, xxviin.
Riding from Tower discontinued, xviin.
Ring, coronation, provided, W. & M. 4,

76, 129.
delivered, 25, 104.
form of blessing, xviii
described, 129, 149.
delivery of, A.F. 47,

123; A.S. 56, 167.
royal ornament, xxv.

xxvi. xxvii. (3)

xxviii.
in Corpus picture,

xxxiii. .
William IV. 130.
Victoria, 130.
Queen Consort's, 118; A.S. 62.

Mary's, described, 129.

Mary Tudor's, xixn.
bishop's, Corpus picture, xxxv.
Robes, royal, provided, 'W. & M. 5, 6,

7, 77.
charges for, 78, 79, 80.
investing with, W. & M.

24 ; A. F. 45, 123, 148.
taken off, W. & M. 35)

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Procession before coronation, W. & M.

95; A.F. 40, 122,

135.
discontinued Wm. IV.

135, 140, xxx.
Processus factus, W. & M. xxiv. xxvn.

xxvin.
Proclamation of coronation, ordered 3,

7, 71.
text of, 68.

omitted, 91.
Protector noster aspice Deus, 138, 147,

155, xx.
Protestant reformed religion, 19.
Providentia et gubernatio Dei omnipoten-

tis, 64, 173.
Psalms, penitential, during Litany, A.F.

41, 122, 160, xxi.
Pyx for obleys in Corpus picture, xxxvi.

Quaesumus omnipotens Deus ut famulus

tuus rex, A.S. 63, 138, 172.
Quam dilecta, 135, 147.
Queen Mary's ring, W. & M. 129.

robes, provided, 6.

not sacerdotal, 132.
consort, coronation of, 117, 155;

A.S. 62, xlii.
mention of,

139, 155,

156.
Receive the Crown of Glory, 119.
Receive the ring of kingly dignity, 25,

104, 149.
Receive the rod of equity and mercy, 25,

104 ; Sancroft's text, 150.
Receive the royal sceptre the ensign, 25,

104; Sancroft's text, 150.
Receive this armill, 103.
Receive this imperial robe and orb, 24,

103, 149 ; Sancroft's text, 149; Liber

regalis, 149.
Receive this kingly sword brought now,

23, 103, 147
Receive this Ring, the seal of a sincere

faith, 118.
Recess, 34, 106.
Recevet les bracers de clarete, 45.
Recevętz la verge de vertue et dequite, 47.
Recevetz le ceptre de real poeste la droiture,

47.
Receuez mantel oue les quatre corners, 45.
Rescevecz le anel de la dignesce du roy, 47.
Resceuets lespey que realement vous est

baille, 45.
Rectitudo regis est noviter ordinati, 170.
Recognition, W. & M. 16, 136.
Red say provided, 4, 6.
Redemptor mundi conservet vitam, 54,

165, xli.
Regalia, provided, 4.

106; A.F. 123.
master of the, to provide,

7.
wrapper for carrying to

Abbey, W. & M. 78.
blessing of, A.F. 44, xxv.
See Parliament Robes and

Pall.
Rochester, Bishop of, in Corpus picture,

xxxiv.
Rods with doves, delivered, W. & M.

25.
Rod delivered, A.F. 47 ; A.S. 58.

See Sceptres.
Sacock le prestré et Natan li prophete

43.

.

40, 160,

Xxn.

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Sacerdotal ornaments, xxv. xxvii. xxviii. ! Shirt, openings in, 121, 143, 146.
xlii.

not used, 143.
Salve festa dies, 135.

Shoes, not worn by king in procession,
Sancroft, Dr. William-

commission to consecrate bishops, Shoulders, king's, anointed, W & M.
73, 133.

102, A. F. 44, 123, xxiv.
does not take oaths to W. & M. 129. Singing at Procession, 135.
alters coronation order, xvii. -xxix. Signaculum sanctae trinitatis muniat cor
xl.

regis, 56, 167.
powers as a ritualist, xixn.

Sire benefietz la force de cesti prince
summoned to W. & M.'s coronation,

Edward, 49.

Sire dieux benefiets cest Edward, 42.
Sanctus, 138.

Sire dieux de pardurablete deus, 46.
Sandals, king's, provided, W. & M. 5. Sire Dieux oies nostre priere et cest espeie,
Queen's

6.

45.
charges for, 79. Sire dieux roy de roys et sire des sires, 44.
put on, W. & M. 102, A.F. 44. Sirs I here present unto you, 16, 100.
Anne, 88.

South side king's procession, W. & M. 15.
Geo. I. 88.

King & Queen sit, 18.
Geo. II. 89.

prebends of Westminster, 19,
Geo. III. 89, 90.

99.
mistake in putting on, 142.

See Altar and Area.
Sandford, sumptuous edition, ixn. Spoon for anointing, used, W. & M. 21.
Sarum Manual, change of form, xviii.

provided, 77.
Say, red, provided, 4, 6.

set on altar, 134.
as flooring, 98.

Spurs

' delivered to King, W. & M. 22,
Sceptres, provided, W. & M. 4, 77.

103, 146, 147 ; A.F.
laid on altar, ioi.

44, 123.
delivered, W. & M. 25, 104,

in proceeding, 93, 94,
150, A.F. 47, 123, A.S. 58.

7, 113, 115.
at inthronization, W. & M. 29.

laid on altar, 101.
at homage, 31.

given to Dean of West.
carried at Recess, 35.

minster, 158.
delivered to Dean of West-

royal ornament,
minster, 36.

xxvii. xxviii.
in proceeding, 94, 95, 97, 115. Sta et retine regalem statum honoris, 60,
carried in procession, A.F.

xliii.
122.

amodo, A.F. 48, vin, 123,
royal ornament,

xxvi.

170.
xxvii. xxviii. xxix.

Stand firm and hold fast, 29, 105.
in Corpus picture, xxxiii.

Stewart forms, 154.
Queen Consort's, 119.

State, sword of, provided, 5.
Serapion, Bishop of Thmuis, xixn.

carried, 20.
Serenissimorum, Potentissimorum, 110.

cloth of

7, 107.
Serjeants at arms, proclamation by, 7.

7.
in Corpus picture, xxxv.

Statutes made in Parliament, 19.
Sermon by bishop or archbishop, W. & M. Steward, Lord, provides dinner, 3.
18, 101, 139 ; A.F. 40, 122.

issues warrants, 9.
Shirt of fine linen for king provided,

robes for, 86.
W. & M. 5.

Stole, royal, provided 5. See Armilla.
charges for,

Groom of the, 7.

Stubbs, William, Bishop of Oxford,
Geo. I. 88.

xxxi.
Geo. II. 89.

Style of W. & M. proclaimed, 110.
Geo. III. 90, 143.

changes in, 132, 154.
Geo. IV. 90, 146.

Subiecti estote, 138.
worn for 7 days, 123.

Submit yourselves, 139.
red sarcenet provided, 5. Suffrages next after the Creed, 12, 134.

charges for, 79. Sunday, day for coronation, 10, 133.
spoken of, 132, Supertunica, king's, provided, W. & M.
143, 148.

5.

XXV.

XXV.

cap of

79, 80.

ixn.

Supertunica, king's, charges, 79.

Table of English coronations, xii.
Talbot, Sir Gilbert. See Master of the

Jewel House.
Taylor, Arthur, led astray by Sandford,
Te Deum laudamus, W. & M. 28, 29

(2) 105, 150, 152; A.F. 48, 123,

A.S. 53, 163, 164.
Te invocamus, A.F. 41, 122; A.S. 53,

164.
altered text, 140, 164,

xxxix.
discontinued, 140.
spoken of, ixn. xxi. (2)

xxii. (2).
The Grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, 18.
The King (Queen] shall rejoice, 136, 152.
The Lord bless you and keep you, 28 ;

Sancroft's text, 153.
The Lord God is a sun and a shield, 31.
The peace of God which passeth all under-

standing, 34, 106, 158.
The things which I have here before

promised, 20.
Theatre, passed over, W. & M. 15.

recognition at, 16.
inthronization on, 29.
pardon read from, 30.
homage on, 30.
passed over at Recess, 35; A.F.

39, 122.

defined, 98.
Thomas, St. of Canterbury, anointing,

xxix. 144.
Thou shalt not appear before the Lord

thy God empty, 17.
Throne, provided, W. & M. 4, 6.

charges for, 82.
at Westminster Church, 15, 122.
defined, 98.
ascended, W. & M. 29, 105;

A.F. 48.

Queen Consort's, 120.
Thus said the Lord of old to his peculiar
people, 27.
Tota pulchra es, 171, 172, xl.
Towel, silk, for Communion, W. & M.

provided, 5.

See houseling cloth.
Traverses, provided, W. & M. 6.

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put on, 102, 123.
royal ornament,

XXV. xxvii. xxviii.
Anne, 88.
Geo. I. 88, 146.
Geo. II. 89.
Geo. III. 90, 146.
James II. 130.
Charles II. 130.
Geo. IV. 146.
William IV. 145,

146.

Victoria, 146.
described, 130

if discontinued, 145.
Surcoat of crimson, king's, provided,

W. & M. 5.
crimson, king's, charges for,

79.
purple, 7.
spoken of, 132, 133.
crimson, queen's, 6, 132.
purple,

7.
Geo. III. 90.

Geo. IV. 146.
Sursum corda, ixn. xxii (3) xxiii.
Sword, king's, oblation and girding,

W. & M. 23, 103,

123, 147, xxx.
redemption, 24, 104,

123, 148, xxx.
carried naked, 24, 104.
charges for, 79, 80.
blessing of, W. & M.

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charges foi, 85.
crimson robe carried into, 21.
King and Queen withdraw

into, 35.
Treasurer of England carries paten, A.F.

39, 122.
Treasurer of the Household

scatters medals, 30, 72, 106.
delivers gold at oblation, 17, 100,

104.

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23, 147, xvii.

blessing of, A.F. 45,

123.
offered, A.F. 47, 123.
girding of, A.S. 57, 123, 167.
royal ornament, xxv. xxvii (2)

xxviii.
of State-
carried at oath, 20, 66.
at Proceeding, 93, 95, 97, 113,

115.
at oblation of sword, 103.
at inthronization, 29.
delivered to Dean of Westminster,

36.

charges for, 86.
Swords, provided, W. & M. 5.

charges for, 86.
not laid on altar, 17.
in Proceeding, 95, 97, 113, 115.
carried, A.F. 39, 122.
held at foot of theatre, W. & M.

99, 153.
at first oblation, 100.
held erected during sermon, 101.
interpreted, 132, xxviii.

used at, 34.

100.

102.

146.

Trousers, under, king's, provided, W. & ! Westminster, Chapter (continued)-

M. charges stand on south side, 19, 99.
for, 79.

Proceeding, 93, 94, 96, 112, 113,
spoken of, 132.

114.
Geo. I. 88.

remain at Abbey after Recess, 107.
Geo. III. 90. Westminster Church, place for coronation,

Geo. IV. 90. W. & M. 10, 15, 133; A. F. 39, 121.
Tunicle, royal, provided, 5.

Westminster, Dean of -
spoken of, 130, 131, 123. regalia in his keeping, 4, III.
See Supertunica.

receives king, 15, 99.

attends king at first oblation, 17,
Ungantur, 43, 122.
Unxerunt Salomonem, 142, 166, xl.

places regalia on high altar, 17, 101.
Usher, gentleman, black rod-

stands on south side at sermon, 19.
provision for, 77.

takes ampulla and spoon for oil, 21,
in Proceeding, 97, 115.
spreads carpets, 100.

opens and closes king's garments,

21, 22, 102.
Veni Creator Spiritus-

dries places anointed, 22, 102, 145,
W. & M. 20, 21, 101; A.F. 41,
122.

brings spurs from altar, 22, 103,
spoken of, 137, 140, 143, ixn. xxi(2).

147.
xxii. xxiiin. xxiv.

puts on royal robes, 24, 102, 103,
version of, 140.

146, 148.
See Come Holy Ghost.

delivers orbs, 24, 103, 148.
Venite exultemus, II.

receives them back, 25, 104, 148.
Vere dignum et iustum est, A.F. 43.

takes bible from high altar, 27.
aeterne Deus qui es fons inmarcessi-

receives it back, 152.

administers the cup to king, 34,
bilis lucis, 63.
Victoria, stole, 131.

157.

lays regalia on St. Edward's altar,
Virga virtutis Dei effloreat in manibus
regis, 59.

vestments sent to, 77.
Vivat rex, 61, 170 (2).
(Georgius, Jacobus etc. ), 135.

brings regalia in Proceeding, 93, 94,

96.
Vostre poer soit affermee, 40.

lays them on high altar, 101.
Wardrobe, great, particulars provided out

puts armill about neck, 103.

Westminster Hall-
of, 5, 6.
accounts of, 78-88.

fitting up, 3, 7, 85.
See Master of.

Proceeding to throne in, 91, 134.

Procession from, 95, 134.
officers spread carpets, etc.,
16, 100.

Procession returns to, 35, 107.

Westminster School, scholars, 135.
allowance, 86.
removing, officers of, 8. Westminster, sexton, perquisites, A.F. 39,

allowance, 86.
Warwick, Earl of, carries sword, A.F.

in Corpus picture,

xxxiv.
39.
Oliver Cromwell's

Whitehall Chapel, 10.
inauguration, xxix.
William and Mary, manuscripts, xv. xvi.

of modern
Watermen, liveries for, 4.

orders, x. xxx.
We do not presume [to come to this thy

William of Orange lands at Torbay, xx.
table] 34.

Wine offered by king, W. & M. 32;
We humbly beseech thee [O Father] 17.

A.F. 48, 123; A.S. 170.
Westminster, Abbot-
makes procession, A.F. 40, 121.

Wool, bombast, to dry places anointed,
administers cup, 157.

22, 90, 145, 146.
in Corpus picture, xxxiv.

Worksop, Lord of Manor of—
Westminster, Chapter-

rich gloves, 25, 104, 149, 150.
regalia, 4, 9, 93, 94.

holds sceptres, 31, 150.
receive king, 15, 99.

in Corpus picture, xxxv.

35, 106.

121.

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Wren, Sir Christopher, estimates, 3.

furnishes, 7:
Wymondley, manor of, cup of drink,

109.

York, Archbishop of, proceeding, 97, 115.

in Corpus picture,

xxxiv.

Ye that do truly and earnestly repent, 33.
Yeomen of the Guard-

Liveries for, 4, 87.
Proceeding, 98.

Zadock the priest and Nathan the
prophet-

W. & M. 21, 101, 143 ; A.F. 43.
antiquity, 142, 143.
spoken of, 141, 142, 143.

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