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choir and body of the church, out abruptly left the choir; and when at the west door, to return to the king returned, he had empty Westminster-ball.

benches on the one hand, and the During his absence in king backs of his courtiers on the Edward's chapel, which lasted other. His majesty, though much about ten minutes, the abbey encumbered with his splendid atbecame nearly deserted. The tire, moved forward with great peeresses departed forthwith; the seeming good humour, and shook box of the foreign ministers was hands with the duchess of Glou. emptied in a moment; the mu- *cester, as she left the abbey. sicians and principal singers

THE RETURN TO WESTMINSTER HALL.
Messenger of the College of Arms.

High Constable of Westminster.
Fife and Drums, as before.
Drum Major.
Eight Trumpets.

Who, on arrival in the Hall, im

mediately went into the gallery Kettle Drums. Eight Trumpets.

over the Triumphal Arch. Serjeant Trumpeter.

Serjeant Porter.
Knight Marshal and his Officers.
Six Clerks in Chancery.

King's Chaplains.

Sheriffs of London.
Aldermen and Recorder of London.

Masters in Chancery.
King's Serjeants at Law.

King's Ancient Serjeant.
King's Solicitor-General.

King's Attorney-General. Gentlemen of the Privy Chamber. Barons of the Exchequer, and Justices of both Benches. Lord Chief Baron of the

Lord Chief Justice of the
Exchequer.

Common Pleas.
Vice-Chancellor.

Master of the Rolls.
Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench.

Pursuivants of Scotland and Ireland.
Officers attendant on the Knights Commanders of the Bath,

wearing their Caps.
Knights Commanders of the Bath, wearing their Caps.

Officers of the Order of the Bath, wearing their Caps. Knights Grand Crosses of the Order of the Bath, wearing their Caps.

A Pursuivant of Arms.
Clerks of the Council in Ordinary.

Privy Councillors.

Register of the Order of the Garter. Knight of the Garter, not a Peer, wearing his Cap and Feathers.

His Majesty's Vice-Chamberlain.

Comptroller of the Household. Treasurer of the Household.

A Pursuivant of Arms.

Heralds of Scotland and Ireland.
The Standard of Hanover, borne by the Earl of Mayo.
Barons, wearing their Coronets.

A Herald.
The Standard of Ireland, The Standard of Scotland,
borne by Lord Beresford. borne by the Earl Lauderdale.

Bishops, wearing the Caps.

Two Heralds.
Viscounts, wearing their Coronets.

Two Heralds.
The Standard of England, borne by Lord Hill.
Earls, wearing their Coronets.

Two Heralds.
The Union Standard, borne by Earl Harcourt.

Marquisses, wearing their Coronets.
The Lord Chamberlain of the Household, wearing his Coronet.
The Lord Steward of the Household, wearing his Coronet.

The Royal Standard, borne by the Earl of Harrington.
King of Arms of the
Ionian order of Gloucester King Hanover King of

St. Michael of Arms, wearing Arms, wearing
and St. George,
his Crown.

his Crown. wearing his Crown.

Dukes, wearing their Coronets. Ulster King of Arms, Clarencieux Norroy King of Arms, wearing his Crown. King of Arms, wearing his Crown.

wearing his Crown. The Lord Privy Seal, The Lord President of the Council, wearing his Coronet.

wearing his Coronet.
Archbishops of Ireland, wearing their Caps.

Archbishop of York, wearing his Cap.
Lord High Chancellor, wearing his Coronet,

and bearing his Purse.
Archbishop of Canterbury, wearing his Cap.

Four Serjeants at Arms. The third Sword,

Curtana,

The second Sword, borne by the Earl borne by the Duke borne by the Duke of Galloway,

of Newcastle, of Northumberland, wearing his Coronet. wearing his Coronet. wearing his Coronet.

Usher of the Green Rod. Usher of the White Rod. The Lord Mayor The Lord Lyon Garter principal Black of of Scotland,

King of Arms Rod, London. wearing his

wearing his Crown.

Crown. The Deputy Lord Great Chamberlain, wearing his Coronet. His Royal Highness the Prince Leopold, wearing his Cap and

Feathers, and his train borne as before.

His Royal Highness the Duke of Gloucester, wearing his Coronet,

and his train borne as before. His Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge, wearing his Coronet,

and his train borne as before. His Royal Highness the Duke of Sussex, wearing his Coronet,

and his train borne as before. His Royal Highness the Duke of Clarence, wearing his Coronet,

and his train borne as before. His Royal Highness the Duke of York, wearing his Coronet, and

his train borne as before. The High Constable

The High Constable of Scotland, of Ireland.

wearing his Coronet.

Four Serjeants at Arms. The Deputy Earl The Sword which The Lord High Marshal, had been redeemed,

Constable, wearing his borne naked by

wearing his Coronet. the Duke of Dorset,

Coronet. wearing his Coronet. The Lord High Steward, wearing his Coronet. The Sceptre with the Dove, borne by the Duke of Rutland,

wearing his Coronet.

20 Gentlemen Pensioners with the Standard-bearer.

The Bishop

of Oxford, wearing his

Cap.

THE KING,
In his Robes of purple velvet,

furred with ermine, and the
Crown of State on his Head, The Bishop
bearing in his right hand, St. of
Edward's Sceptre with the Lincoln,
Cross, and in his left the Orb wearing his
with the Cross, under his

Cap.
Canopy, supported as before,
and his train borne as before.

with the Lieutenant. 20 Gentlemen Pensioners

Captain of the Yeo- Gold Stick of the Life Captain of the Band men of the Guard, Guards in waiting,

of Gent. Pensioners.
wearing his
wearing his

wearing his
Coronet.
Coronet.

Coronet.
Lords of the Bedchamber.
The Keeper of his Majesty's Privy Purse.

Grooms of the Bedchamber.
Equerries and Pages of Honour.

Aides-de-Camp.

Gentlemen Ushers.
Physicians.

Surgeons. Apothecaries.
Ensign of the Yeomen of the Lieut, of the Yeomen of the
Guard.

Guard.
His Majesty's Pages.
His Majesty's Footmen.

Exons of the

Exons of the Yeomen of the Yeomen of the Guard. Yeomen of the Guard.

Guard.
Gentlemen Harbinger of the Band of Gentlemen

Pensioners.
Clerk of the Checque to the

Clerk of the Checque to the Yeomen of the Guard.

Gentlemen Pensioners. Yeomen of the Guard to close the Procession.

in the hall were then shown their PREPARATIONS FOR THE BANQUET.

respective situations by the

heralds, and immediately took During the absence of the pro- their seats. cession, the clerk comptroller of Shortly afterwards, his majesty the kitchen, Mr. Watier, and entered the hall with the crown his assistants, commenced their upon his head. The instant he operations for the banquet by entered the vestibule, the most laying the cloths. Those for the enthusiastic shouts of “ Long long tables were of rich damask, live the King," burst from all reaching to the floor, and the quarters. The ladies waved their tables themselves were first co. handkerchiefs, and the gentlevered with green cloth. Fifty

Fifty- men received his majesty with resix covers were then laid at each peated cheers, and exclamations table, with plate, knife, fork, of “ Long live King George the spoon, and napkin.

Fourth,” till his majesty quitted The decorations of the tables the hall at the upper end for the consisted of triumphal orna- purpose of taking some repose. mented with artificial flowers. His majesty looked on all sides The cold dishes, with fruits of with grateful smiles, and appeared the most costly description, were in the highest spirits. The band then laid on the table, with arches, continued playing God save the temples, and flower-stands of King the whole time the procesvarious devices. These were fol. sion was moving up the hall; and lowed by the wines.

when his majesty had retired, the While his majesty was in the barons of the cinque ports carried abbey the wax candles were away the canopy by the south lighted, as it was considered im. door. proper to light them while his During the absence of his mamajesty was in the hall. The jesty, the guests proceeded to contrast with the day-light had eat their dinner. They were rather an extraordinary effect. seated in the following order :RETURN OF THE PROCES. The Guests at the Tables on the

left hand side of his Majesty, At four o'clock the sound of

sat in the following order : distant trumpets announced the

On the inside of the Table,

next the Cellerets. return of the procession; and shortly afterwards the head of it The dukes of Somerset, Graf. entered the hall. Those illus- ton, Beaufort, and Bedford. trious persons who were to dine Earls of Shrewsbury, Win

SION.

chester, Cardigan, Shaftsbury, ton, Glengall, Falmouth, Howe, Scarborough, Jersey, Cassilis, Somers. Morton, Home, Strathmore, Lau- Viscounts Hereford, Bolingderdale, Kinnoull, Elgin, Wemyss, broke, Torrington, Hampden, Northesk, Aboyne, Aberdeen, Sydney, Killmoray, Boyne, GalRoseberry, Glasgow, Dartmouth, way, Powerscourt, Ashbrook, Aylesford, Cowper, Stanhope, Dungannon, Clermont, HarwarPomfret, Abergavenny, Grosve- den, Melville, Sidmouth, Norton, nor, Fortescue, Digby, Mans- Lake, Granville. field, Ormond, Cork, Westmeath, Lords Selsby, Calthorpe, Rolle, Meath, Athlone, Darnley, Kings- Carrington, Bayning, Bolton, ton, Roden, Longford, Portar- Northwick, Carberry, Brandon, lington, Mayo, Clare, Belmore, Massey, Bridport, Longford, O'Neil, Donoughmore, Caledon, Dufferies, St. Helens, Redesdale, Rosslyn, Craven, Romney, Wil- Ellenborough, Erskine, Comberton, and Limerick.

mere, Hill, Beresford, Prudhoe, Viscounts Ennismore and Ex- Garvagh, Howden, Glenlyon, mouth.

Maryborough, Stowell, RavensLords Audley, Clinton, Zouch, worth, Delamere, and Forrester. Willoughby de Broke, Howard Tables on the Right of his Maof Walden, Arundel of Wardour,

Clifford of Chudleigh, jesty, inside nezi the Cellerets. Saltoun, Colville, Napier, Mid- The Archbishop of Canterbury, dleton, King, Montfort, Grant- the bishops of London, Salisbury, ham, Boston, Ducie, Rivers, Ely, Gloucester, Peterborough, Foley, Dynevor, Walsingham, Bristol, and Raphoe, the marBagot, Ashburton, Rodney, Ber- quis Graham, lord Charles Sowick, Gordon, Montague, Tyrone, merset, viscount Morpeth, lord Kenyon, Braybroke, and Am- George Beresford, the right hon. herst.

John Charles Villiers, the right

hon. George Canning, the right On the outside of the Table. hon. Thomas Wallace, the right

hon. Charles Arbuthnot, the The lord chancellor, the lord right hon. John Sullivan, the president of the council, the lord right hon. F. G. Robinson, the privy seal, the duke of Portland. right hon. Wm. Huskisson, sir

Marquises of Cholmondeley, H. J. Russell, sir G. G. Hill, sir Hertford, Winchester, Tweedale, Benj. Bloomfield, sir Charles Ab. Lothian, Buckingham, London- bot, chief-justice of the King'sderry, Salisbury, Bath, Corn- bench; the right hon. Charles wallis, Donnegal, Wellesley, Grant, the right hon. D. Boyle, Headfort, Exeter, Nottingham, sir James Allan Parke, sir J. BurCamden, Conyngham, Ayles- roughs, sir Wm. Draper Best, sir bury.

Robert Graham, the right hon. Earls Harrington, Portsmouth, the lord mayor, aldermen sir W. Harcourt, Guilford, Ilchester, De Curtis, sir R. Carr Glynn, sir Lewarr, Spencer, Bathurst, Clan- John Eamer, sir John Perring, carty, Gosport, Rosse, Manvers, sir Jas. Shaw, sir Wm. Leighton, Oxford, Lonsdale, Harewood, J. Ansley, esq. sir C. Flower, T. Brownlow, St. Germain, Blessing. Smith, esq. J. J. Smith, esq. the

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