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I THE CORONATION. I PROCESSION IN THE ABBEY. I FULL OFFICIAL DETAILS. I The Earl Marshal of England has officially pro- mulgated the following full programme of the r, --? Coronation procession in Westminster Abbey on the 26th inst.: I THE PROCEEDING I 'FEOM THE WEST DOOR OF THE ABBEY INTO THE CHOrs. Chaplains in Ordinary. Sub-Dean of the Chapel Royal. Rev. Canon Hervey. The Dean, of Windsor. Tha Prebeadaries of Westminster. Dean of Westminster. Pursuivants. Officers of the Orders of Knighthood. Heralds. Comptroller of the Household. Treasurer of the Household* The Standard of Ireland, '1'he Standard of Scotland, borne by borne by The Right Hon. 0 Conor Don. Henry Scrymgeour Wedder- burn, Esq., Hereditary Standard Bearer of Scotland. The Standard Bearer of England, borne by F. S. Dymoke, Esq. The Union Standard, borne by The Duke of Wellington; his Coronet carried by a Page. The Vice-Chamberlain of the Household. The Keeper of the Crown Jewels, bearing on a cushion the two Ruby Rings and the Sword for the Offering, The Four Knights of the Order of the Garter appointed to hold the Crown for the King's Anointing their Coronets carried by Pages. The Lord Chamberlain of the The Lord Steward of tha Household Household; his Coronet carried by his Coronet carried by a Page. a Page. The Lord Privy Seal; The Lord President of the his Coronet carried by Council; a Page. his Coronet carried by a Page. The Lord Chancellor of Ireland, attended by his Purse-bearer; his Coronet carried by a Page. The Lord Archbishop of York, attended by a Gentleman. The Lord High Chancellor, attended by his Purse-bearer; his Coronet carried by a Page. The Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, attended by two Gentlemen. THE QUEEN'S REGAIIA. The Ivory Rod with The Lord Cham- The Sceptre with the Dove, borne by berlain of Her the Cross, borne the Earl of Majesty's House- by Lord Harris Gosford; his hold his Coronet his Coronet Coronet carried by carried by a Page. carried by a Pags. n Page. Two Sergeants-at- Her Majesty's Two Sergeanta-at- Arius. Crown, borne by Arraa. the Duke of Rox- burghe his Coronet carried by a Page. THE QUEEN ?! The Bishop in her Royal The Bishop S E of Robes, Her of •5 Oxford. Majesty's Train Norwich Q ■g borne by the g £ Duchess of Buc- £ 2 cleuch, Mistress 2 g of the Robes, § C assisted by P g Hon. Robert Palmer. I Marquis of Stafford. g. O Lord Claud Nigel Hamilton. Earl of Macclesfield. >. lIon. Edward Lascelles. Hon. Arthur Anson. S •r? and Two Pages of Honour. g W H. E. Testing, Esq. J. N. Bigge, Esq. The Coronet of the Mistress of the Robes carried by a Page. Ladies of the Bedchamber in Waiting, namely Countess of Gosford. Countess of Antrim. LadySuffield. Countess of Lytton. Maids of Honour, namely Hon. Svlaia Edwards. Hon. Mary Dyke. Hon. Violet Vivian. Hon. Dorothy Vivian. Women of the Bedchamber, namely; Lady Emily Kingscote. Hon- Mrs. Charles Hardinga Lady Alice Stanley. Hon- Charlotte Knollys. THE Kora's REGALIA. St. Edward's Staff, The Sceptre with the Cross, borne by the borne by the Earl Carrington; Duke of Argyll, his Coronet carried by a Pago. Hereditary Master of his Majesty's Household in Scotland his CoroTict carried by a Page. A Golden Spur, A Golden Spur, borne by the borne by the Earl of Loudoun; Lord Grey de Huthyn; his Coronet carried by a Page his Coronet carried by a Page. The Third Sword, Curtana, The Second Sword, borne by the borne by the borne by the Viscount Wolseley; Duke of Grafton; Earl Roberts; his Coronet carried his Coronet carried his Coronet carried by a Page. by a Page. by a Page. Norry King Ulster King of Lyon King of Clareneeux of Arms, in his Arms in his Arms in his King of Arms, Tabard and Tabard and Tabard and in his Tabard Collar, and Collar, carry- Collar, carry- and Collar,and Crown in his ing his Crown ing his Crown Crown in his hand. and Sceptre. and Sceptre. hand. The Lord Mayor of Deputy Garter Gentleman Usher London in his King of Arms, in of the Hobe, Collar, and his Tabard and Black Rod. Jewel bearing the Collar, carrying his City Mace. Crown and Sceptre. The Lord Great Chamberlain of England; his Coronet carried by a Page. The High Constable of Ireland, The High Constable of Scot" the Duke of Abereorn land, his Coronet carried by a Page. The Earl of Erroll; his Coronet carried by a Page. The Lord High Steward of The Lord High Steward of Ireland, Scotland, The Earl of Shrewsbury The Earl of Crawford as with his White Staff; Deputy to his Royal High- his Coronet carried by a Page, ness the Duke of Rothesay (the Prince of Wales); his Coronet carried by a Page. The Earl Marshal The Sword of State, The Lord High of England, borne by the Constable of the Duke of Nor- Marquis of England, folk, with his Londonderry the Duke of Fife, Baton, his Coronet carried with his Staff, attended by two by a Page. attended by two Pages. Pages. The Sceptre with St. Edward's The Orb, the Dove, Crown, borne'\>y borne by the borne by the the Duke of Duke of Somerset; Earl of Lucan; Marlborough, Lord his Coronet carried his Coronet carried High Steward, by a Page. by a Page. attended by two Pages. The Patina, The Bible, The Chalice, borne by the Bishop borne by the Bishop borne by theBishop of Ely. of London. of Winchester. THE KING The Bishop in his Royal crimson The Bishop 4 C of Robe of State, of Bath and wearing the Collar Durham; £ !o Wells. of the Garter, 2^3 1 o on His Head the Cap C1 -g'Ss of State, s ,3 3 His Majesty's Train 8,5" ss £ a S borne by f? 2- § S-3H Earl of Portarlington Marquis Conyngham, o 2 » Droke of Leinster, Earl of Caledon, O = 3 § ,1 Lord Vernon, Lord Somers. í5 5- CD xi "5 and two Pages of Honour, e tj 3 Viscount Torrington, Hon. V. A. Spencer, egg iH assisted by § V Lord Suffield, the Master of the Robes; g; his Coronet carried by his Page; CD and followed by the Groom of the Robes. 4 Admiral Sir The Duke of General Michael Cuime- Portland, Lord Chelmsford, Seymour, Master of the Gold Stick-in- Vice-Admiral of the Horse his Waiting his United Kingdom. Coronet carried by Coronet carried by a Page. a Page. The Duke of Buccleuch, Captain-General of the Royal Archer Guard of Scotland, and Gold Stick of Scotland his Coronet carried by a Page. Earl Waldegrave, Lord Helper, Captain of the Yeomen Captain of Hon. Corps of of the Guard Gentlemen-at-Arms his Coronet carried by a Page. his Coronet carried by a Page. The Lords-in-Waiting. Sir Francis Knollys, General the Right Hon. Private Secretary to the King. Sir D. M. Probyn, Keeper of His Majesty's Privy Purse. Major-General Sir Arthur Ellis, Comptroller Lord Chamberlain's Department. Colonel R. Ellison, Colonel R. Hennell, D.S.O., Ensign of the Yeoman of the Lieutenant of the Yeomen of Guard, the Guard. Captain Houston Major E. H. Elliot, Major Hon. P. French, Clerk of the Cheque Colborne, Col. F. B. de Sales to the Yeomen of Lieut.-Colonel C. D. La Terriere, the Guard. Patterson, Exons of the Exons of the Yeomen of the Yeomen of the Guard. „ Guard. Twenty Yeomen of the Guard.

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WITH A MISSION LADY. I

AHREST OF COLONEL LYNCH. I

TWO LADIES DROWNED. I

A COLLEGE DESTROYED. I

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THANKSGIVING.

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