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Eaglet. See ampulla.
Earl Marshall, 3.

cup of gold, 4, 76.
warrant by, 5, 70, 71.
letters to peers, 7.
orders solemnity, 8.
Lords and Regalia, 8, 9.
peers' servants, 9.
to issue warrants, 9.
at recognition, 16, 99.

at proceeding, 97.
Edward, St., Altar, robes and crown at,

7, 35, 106.

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See St. Edward's

chapel.
Edward, St., chair, to be furnished, 6.

charges for, 82, 83.
where placed, 98.
king anointed in,

IOI.
king crowned

103.
chair like it, 6, 82,

Delivery of ornaments, order of, xxvi.

xxvii. xxviii.
Derby, Countess of. See Groom of the

Stole and Lady assistant.
Deu le fessour de tut le mounde, 42.
Deu que consailles a vostre people par

verite, 42.
Deu questes fountaigne de tuz bens, 47.
Deu quest visitur des umbles, 40.
Deu tut pussaunt nous vous priomps, 41.
Deus cuius est omnis potestas et dignitas

da huic famulae, 62, 171, xxxix.
Deus cuius est omnis potestas et dignitas

da famulo tuo, 56, 167, xl.
Deus Dei Filius lesus Christus Dominus,

A.S. 56, 167 ; A.F. 44, 123; San-

croft's text, 145
Deus electorum fortitudo et humilium,

56, 166, xxxix. (3).
Deum humilium visitator, A.F. 40,

122, 137.
Deus in virtute, 152.
Deus ineffabilis, A.F. 42 ; discontinued,

138.
Deus perpetuitatis dux virtutum et cunc-

torum, 57, 168.
Deus qui es iustorum, 145; A.F. 44.
Deus qui populis tuis virtute consulis, 54,

164; A.F. 42; discontinued, 138;
spoken of, xli.
Deus qui providentia tua caelestia, 57,

168.
Deus rex regum, A.F. 123, 44, 145, xxv.

xxvi.
Deus tuorum (corona fidelium), 123, 46.
Dieu qi estes la corone de vos iealx gentz,

46.
Dieu que feistes ceel et tere et totes

creaturus, 46.
Dieu tut pussant vous benefiets de la

benescon, 49.
Dieu tut pussant vous doint plentee de la

rosee, 49.
Dieu vous corone de la corone de gloyre,

46.
Dieux benefiets et seinttefietz ces anel, 47.
Dieux tut puissant le creour de totes

choses, 41.
Diex qui estes la gloyre de droytures, 44.
Dinner, coronation, 3, 36, 107.
Divina protectione munitus et comitatus,

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crown

83, 98, 101, 103,

132.

Corpus picture, xxxiii.
chapel, robes to be carried

to, 21, 101.
bread and wine

brought from, 32.
king proceeds to,

35.
king goes from, 35.

and robes
there ready, 35,

133.
crown,

dismantled, 4.
taken off, 35, 133.
in proceeding, 94,

95.

put on, 103.
laws and customs, A.F. 40,

122, 65.
robes of, xxv.
See also pall, colobium sin-

donis, armil, supertunica.
staff, provided, 77

in Proceeding, 94 (2),

97.
laid on altar, 101.
given to Dean of

Westminster, 158.

stone chalice of, 39, 122.
Edward I. stole, 131.
Edward II. portrait, xxxvi.
Edward III. rochet, 130.

tunicle, 131.

portrait, xxxvi.
Edward VI. feet anointed, 161.

change in marriage service,

xviii.

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57, 168.

Dominus de throno maiestatis suae te

glorificet, 60, 168.
Du treshaut, trespuissant, 110.
Durham, bishop of, during sermon, 18.

Eagles, golden, on king's robe, W. & M.

24, 131, 148, xxxiii.
Eaglet or ampulla provided, W. & M.

77.

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Edward VI. asks for bible, xxviii.
Egbert's coronation order, vii. xxi. xxvi.

xxix (2).
Elbows, king's, anointed, W. & M. 102 ;

A.F. 44, 123, xxiv.
Electorum fortitudo, xxii (4), xxiv.

See Deus electorum.
Entrance into church, W. & M. 15, 98,

134.
Epistle, bishop reads, 18.
epistoler brings bread, 32.

receives communion,

156.
Esteez et recevez desorcenevant le lui, 48.
Eucharist at Coronation, xvi. xx.

See Mass.
Everlasting God (proper preface), 33,

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156.
Exaudi quaesumus, 45, 123, 147, xvii.
Extendat omnipotens Dominus dexteramı

suae benedictionis, 60, 169.
Fealty, by bishops, W. & M. 30, 105,

154, xviin.
Feet of king, anointed, 161.
Final anthem, 31, 155.

prayers, 34, 157, 158.
Firmetur manus tua, A.S. 53, 163; A.F.

40, 122, 136.
Fleurs de lis on King's robe, 24.
Forms of Divine Service, 3, 9.
Galea, xxvi. xxvii.
Garter King of Arms at Recognition, 16,

100.
allowance, 86.
in Proceeding, 94,

97, 112, 115.
Garter, knights of. See Pall, anointing.
George, Prince, of Denmark, 92.

in Proceeding, 97.

does homage, 105.
St., cross engraved on ring, 25.

III. many verbal changes, xxx.
Girdle, king's, provided, W. & M. 5.

charges for, 79.
Anne, 88.
Geo. I. 88, 146.
Geo. II. 89.
Geo. III. 90 (2).
Geo. IV. 146.

William IV. 146.
spoken of, 145.
Gloriosus vivas rex in conspectu Dei, 59.
Glory be to God on high, 34, 157.
Gloves, linen, provided, W. & M. 5.

put on, 102.
drawn off, 104.

charges for, 79.
queen's, provided, 6.
Anne, 88.

Gloves, Geo. I. 88, 146.

Geo. II. 89.
Geo. III. 89, 90, 146.
Geo. IV. 146.
spoken of, 132, 145;
rich silk, delivered by lord of

manor of Worksop, W. & M.

25, 104, 150.
spoken of, 132; A.F. 123
royal ornament, xxv. xxvi.

in Corpus picture, xxxiii. xxxv.
God crown you with a crown of righteous-

ness, 26, 151 ; Sancroft's text, 152.
God save King William and Queen Mary,

16, 100.
God save King William and Queen Mary,

long live, 32.
God save the king and queen, 26.
Gospel, bishop reads, 18.

oath taken on, 20, 66.
gospeller brings wine, 32.

receive scommunion, 156.
Grant ( Lorů we beseech thee that the

course, 158.
Grant we beseech thee Almighty God

that our Sovereign, 13.
Groom of the stole, queen's robes, 7, 9,

71.
Grosseteste, letter to Henry III. 142.
Gruel, m of, Addington manor, 109.
Haec Domine oratio salutaris famulumt

tuum regem, 64, 173.
Haec tria populo christiano, 53.
Hallelujah for the Lord God, 157.
Hands, king's, anointed, W. & M. 22,

102, xxiv; A.F. 43, 122.

imposition of, at coronations,
xii.
Head, king's, anointed, W. & M. 22,

102; A.F. 44, 123.
covered for 7 days, A.F. 44, 123.

queen consort's, 118.
Hear our prayers we beseech thee O Lord,

23, xvii. ; Sancroft's text, 147, xvii.
Henry I. coronation, viii.
Heralds. See officers of arms.
Hodie nobis Dei Providentia caeli stil.

laverunt, 62, 172.
Holy Ghost, prayer for descent of, 142.
Homage, W. & M. 30, 105, 154, xviin.
Hosen for king, provided, 5.
Houseling cloth, provided, W. & M. 5.

used, 34, 157
spoken of, 132, 156.
discontinued, Wm. IV.

132, 157, xxx.
Huntingdon, Earl of, carries sword,

Countess of, xxxii.
I exhort therefore that first of all, 10.

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A.F. 39.

6, 7.

I George, Duke of Cumberland, 105.
I Henry, Bishop of London, 105.
I N. Archb. of Canterbury will be faith-

ful, 30.
IN. Duke or Earl of N. do become your

liege man, 31.
I was glad when they said, 15, 99, 135.
If any person of what degree soever, 109.
Í hesu Christ le fis dieu nostre seignur,

44.
Imposition of hands at coronation, xli.
In Christi nomine promitto haec tria,

163.
In diebus tuis oriatur omnis, 54, 164.
In nomine Patris et Filii et Spiritus, 62,

171.
In the name of the Father, 118.
Ineffabilem misericordiam tuam omnipo-

tens, 59.
Ingots of gold, provided, W. & M. 4.

offered, 17, 100, 104, 156.

A.F. 40, 49, 122,

123.
Innocentia iustitiae Dei et cordis pru-

dentia, 58, 168.
Inthronization, W. & M. 29, 105, 154.

A.F. 48, 123,

A.S. 60.
Investiture per anulum et baculum, W. &

M. 25, 104.
James I. and Liber regalis ix.(2) xvi. xvii.
James II. coronation, xiii. xv.

oath at, 65.
preparations for, 3, 4.
dinner, 107.
service at, Ilin.
and Dr. Sancroft, 129, xv. xvi.
precedent followed, 130.
supertunica, 130.
changes made by, xvi-xxviii.
unlike all other coronations,

ixn.
absolution sent to, xvin.

Eucharist omitted, xvi.
James, Montague R., Corpus book, xxxi.
Jewel house, master, regalia, 4, 9, 71.

delivers ring, 25,

104.
delivers Queen Con-

sort's ring, 118.
delivers regalia at

Proceeding, 93,

Kirtle, Queen’s, provided, W. & M.
Kissing, King, bishops, before Te Deum,

W. & M. 29, 105; A.F.

48, 123; A.S. 170.
discontinued, xxx.

with fealty, 30, 105.
Lady assistant, chief, or great--

supports Queen at Sermon, 19.
disrobes Queen for anointing, 101.
opens Queen's clothing, 21, 102,

118.
dries places anointed, 22, 102, 118.
disrobes Queen at Recess, 35.
puts on coif, 102, 118.

puts on sandals, 102.
Laetetur gens anglica domini imperio

regenda, 62, 171.
Laws and customs of England, A.F. 39,

40, 121, 122.
Let my prayer come up into thy presence,

32.

discontinued, 155.
Let the anointing with this oil, 118,
Let your light so shine, 32, 155.
Letters to Peers, 7, 8.

», Chaplains, 8.

„, gentlemen privy chamber, 8.
Liber Regalis-

recensions of rubrics, viii.(3) ix.(2) x.
in comparative table, xii.
written in 14th century, xvi.
Norman-French version, xxxi.
alterations by Sancroft, xvii. xix. xxi.

xxii. xxv.
blessing of sword, xvii.
blessing of oil, xviii. xxi. xxiii. xxiv.
blessing of ring, xviii.
central part of, xxi.
places anointed in, xxiv.
sacerdotal ornaments, xxv. xxvii.

like episcopal consecration, xlii.
Lift up your hearts, 33.

See Sursum Corda.
Linen, colobium sindonis, provided, 5.

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96.

receives regalia, 111.
Keeper, Lord, assists at Recognition, 16.

altered to chancellor, 136.
King's vestments. See Robes.
King of the Romans, robes as deacon,

131.

shirt, provided, 5.
coif,

5.
gloves, provided, 5.
underhabit, Queen's, provided,

8.
Litany, W. & M. 17, 101, 137, A.F. 41,

122.

King uncovered during, W. & M.

18.
bishops sing, 17, 101.
desk, carpet for, W. & M. 81.

place moved, xix. xxi. xxii. xxx.
London, bishop o. See Compton.

lord mayor of, one cup of gold

provided, 76.

Nostre seignur vus benefie et vous garde,

48.

London, lord mayor of, in proceeding, 91,

O Almighty God we beseech thee, 138.
O God the crown of the faithful, 26, 103.
O God the king of kings, 145, xxv. xxvi. ;

Sancroft's text, xxv.
O God the Saviour and Rewarder, 151.
O God who crownest thy faithful servants,

151.
O God who dwellest in the high and holy

place, 17, 33, 156 ; Sancroft's text, 137.
O God who providest for thy people, 18.
O Lord and heavenly Father we thy

humble, 34.
O Lord grant the king a long life, 135.
O Lord holy Father Almighty and Ever-

lasting God, the exalter of the humble,

21; Sancroft's text, 141.
O Lord our God who upholdest and

governest, 34 ; Sancroft's text, 158.
O Lord our Governor how excellent, 11.
O Lord the fountain of all good things,

119.
O most gracious and power ful Lord God,

13.
O most merciful and gracious Lord God,

118.
Oath, Coronation-

W. & M. 19, 74, 101, 140.
James II. 65; A.F. 40, 122 ; A.S.

53, 163, 170.
Oath, bishops', of fealty, 30.

97, 115.
place at table,

107.

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Mantle for King, provided, W. & M. 7.
Queen,

6,
7.
Dukes of Normandy, etc.,

provided, 5.
Dukes of Normandy, charges,

86.
Maple cups, Manor of Bilsington, 110.
Mark of gold, W. & M. 33, 104, 156 ;

A.F. 40, 49, 122, 123. See ingot.
Mary. See Queen.
Mary Tudor, xixn.
Mass at Coronation, A.F. 48, 49, 122,

123.
A.S. 63, 170.

See Eucharist.
Master of the Great Wardrobe-

delivers pall or altar cloth, 17, 100.
delivers robes, 24, 148.
warrants to, 71.

accounts of, 78.
Master of the Horse, provides for cham-

pion, 8, 9, 71.
Master of the Jewel House-

charge of regalia, 4, 9, III.
delivers ring, 25, 104.
warrants to, 71, 77.

in Proceeding, 93, 96, 113, 114,
Master of the Mint, provides medals, 8,

9, 72.
Ordnance, provides for

champion, 8, 9, 71.
» Robes, provides robes, 7,

9, 70.
Medals, provided, W. & M. 8, 9.

scattered among people, 30, 31,

106, 155.

described, 133.
Misericordias Domini, 136.
Morning prayer before coronation, 10,

133.
Munera Domine quaesumus oblata sancti-

fica, 63, 172; change in text, xlii.
My heart is enditing of a good matter,

119.

peers', of homage, 31.
Oblation, first, W. & M. 16, 100; A.F.

40, 122; 136.
king uncovered during, 18.
of sword, 23, 103, 147.

second, W. & M. 33, 104,
156 ; A.F. 48, 123.
Of the most high, most mighty, 110.
Offertory, W. & M. 32, 156; A.F. 48,

123; IIIn.
explanation of Corpus picture,

xxxvi.
Office, coronation, W. & M. 15.

source of present office, x, xxx.
Officers of arms—

provided for, 4, 5.
proclamation by, 7.
charges, 86.
report on, W. & M. 91.
whether trustworthy, xxiv. xxvi.
at 4 corners of theatre, 99.
proclaim style, 110.

slighted by Earl Marshall, 111, xxv.
Oil, anointing-

provided, W. & M. 8, 76.
blessing of, W. & M. 21, 141, xxi.

xxiii. ; Sancroft's form, 141, xviii.
xxiii. ; A.F. 43.

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Negus, secretary to Earl Marshall, 111,

xxivn, xxv.
Nicaea, first council, xli.
Nicene Creed, 18, 139.
Norfolk, Duke of. See Earl Marshall.
Normandy, Duke of. See Aquitaine.
Northside, Queen's procession, W. & M.

15.
Bishops sit, 19. See altar and

area.

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charges for, 78,

79.
delivered, W. &

M. 24, 103 ;

A.F.45, 123;
royal ornament, xxv. xxvi.

xxvii. xxviii. xxix.
Anne, 88,
Geo. I. 88.
Geo. II. 89.
Geo. III. 89, 90.
Geo. IV. 148.
Victoria, 148.
described, 131.

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Oil, anointing (continued)-

used, 22, 43, 55, 102, 118, 122.
set upon altar, 134.

composition of, xxiv.
Omni tempore benedic Deum, 53, 164.
Omnipotens Deus cuncti honoris iustus,

59.
Omnipotens Deus det tibi de rore caeli,

61, 170.
Omnipotens sempiterne Deus affluentem

spiritum, 62, 171.
Omnipotens sempiterne Deus caelestium

terrestriumque, 64, 173.
Omnipotens sempiterne Deus creator, 54,

165; A.F. 41 ; Sancroft's

text, 138.
discontinued, 138, xxii. xli.
spoken of, xxi. (2) xxii. (2)

xliii.
Omnium Domine fons bonorum et cunc.

torum dator profectuum, 62, 172.
Omnium Domine fons bonorum cunc-

torumque Deus institutor, 58, 168,

xl.
Orb, provided, W. & M. 4, 77.

delivered to king, xxvi. 24, 103,

148.
carried at Recess, 35.
delivered to Dean of Westminster,

36, 104.
in Proceeding, 94, 95, 97, 115.

laid on altar, 101, 104, 149.
,, given to king at Recess, 35, 159.
compared to sceptre with cross,

149, xxvii.

in Corpus picture, xxxiii.
Orphreys not on chasubles in Corpus

picture, xxxivn.
Our Father which art in heaven, 18,

34.
Our gracious king we present, 152.
Our Lord Jesus Christ the Son of God,
Oxford, Earl of, redemption of sword,

104
carries sword of state,

97:
Mayor of, bowl, provided, 4,
77.

22.

Painted chamber, fitting up, 7.

peeresses go to, 91.
Pall
, anointing, provided, W. & M. 6.

charges for, 8o.
used, W. & M. 21, 102;

A.F. 43, 122, 160.
spoken of, 132, 143.

for Queen Consort, 118.
archiepiscopal, reception of, 172.

in Corpus picture, xxxiii.
Palms of hands anointed, 22, 102.
Parliament robes, provided, W. & M. 7

133.

charges for, 79.
.

crimson, taken off, 21,

101, 142, 143, 148,

160, xxv.
purple, put on at Re-

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cess, 35, 106.

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statutes made in, 19.
Pardon, general, proclaimed, 30, 31, 155.
Paten, provided, W. & M. 77.

in Proceeding, 94, 95, 97, 115.
laid on altar, 101, 136, 137.
carried by treasurer, A.F. 39, 122.

in Corpus picture, xxxvi.
Peeresses, letters to, 7.

habits of, 8.
Painted Chamber, 91.

put on coronets, 27, 104, 151.
Peers

Letters to, 7.
habits of, 8.
put on coronets, 27, 104, 151, 152.
do homage, 30, 31, 154.
put off coronets, 30, 31, 155.
kiss the king, 31.
wear coronets at Recess, 35.
treat of coronation, A.F. 39, 121.
house of, fitting up, 7.

» » peers go to, 91.
Places anointed, number, 22, 102, IIIN.

144, 161, xxiv. xxix.

dried, 22, 102, 145.
Post communion, 34.
Praise the Lord o Jerusalem, 27, 152.
Preface, proper, eucharistic, 33, 63, 156,

172.
Proceeding to throne in Westminster

Hall, 91.

in Corpus picture,

xxxiv.

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