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populus christianus veram pacem servent in" omni tempore. Amen.

Alia:

Aliud est, ut rapacitates et omnes iniquitates omnibus gradibus interdicat. Amen.

Tertium est, ut in omnibus judiciis æquitatem et misericordiam præcipiat, ut per hoc nobis indulgeat misericordiam suam clemens et misericors Deus. Amen.

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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 her Majesty

Queen Uictoria,

In the Abbey Church of St. Peter, Westminster, on Thursday,

the 28th of June, 1838.

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1. The Entrance into the Church
II. The Recognition
III. The First Oblation
IV. The Litany
V. The beginning of the Communion Service
VI. The Sermon
VII. The Oath?
VIII. The Anointing
IX. The Presenting of the Spurs and Sword, and

the 'Oblation of the said Sword
X. The Investing with the Royal Robe, and the

Delivery of the Orb
XI. The Investiture per Annulum et Baculum
XII. The putting on of the Crown
XIII. The presenting of the Holy Bible
XIV. The Benediction and Te Deum

XV. The Inthronization
XVI. The Homage 5
XVII. The Communion
XVIII. The final Prayers

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XIX. The Recess

"I do not propose in these notes, as I have already observed in the preliminary dissertation, to do more than notice a few of the most important variations which occur in the Offices which lie before me.

These are, the Offices of the coronations of her present Majesty, reprinted in the text: of William IV. and Q. Adelaide: of George IV.: of George II. and Q. Caroline. For any remarks on the variations of the preceding and intermediate reigns, I am obliged to rely upon the authority, scarcely to be doubted in such respect, of reprints and accounts of the offices: for example, by Prynne, Sir E. Walker, and Sandford.

? This is called “ The Declaration and Oath " in the Order for K. George II.

3 « The Girding and Oblation," in the Orders until K. William IV. The student must compare the note in the place below.

* “ The Investing with the Armill and the Royal Robe:" until K. William IV.

5 The Order of K. George IV. adds here “xvij. The final Anthem;" which is also the arrangement of the Order for K. George II. As in this last instance, and in that also of K. William IV., a Queen was also crowned, both these orders add “xviij. the Queen's coronation."

The Form and Drder of her Majesty's

Coronation.

N the Morning upon the Day of the Coronation early, Care is to be taken that the Ampulla be filled with Oil, and, together

with the Spoon, be laid ready upon the Altar in the Abbey-Church.

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SECT. I.- THE ENTRANCE INTO THE CHURCH.

The Queen, as soon as She enters at the West Door of the Church, is to be received with the following Anthem, to be sung by the Choir..

ANTHEM.
WAS glad when they said unto me, We will go into

the House of the Lord. For there is the Seat of Judgement, even the Seat of the House of David. O pray for the peace of Jerusalem ; They shall prosper that love Thee. Peace be within thy walls, and prosperity within thy Palaces.

Glory be to the Father, and to the Son: and to the Holy Ghost;

As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be: world without end. Amen.

“ by the choir of Westmin- side of the middle aisle, and stay ster.”

William IV. And the there to attend the coming of his earlier formos add: “who, with Majesty, [their Majesties) and the Dean and Prebendaries of that then going next before the regalia church, are before to fall off from [the Queen's regalia,) to sing :" the procession a little to the left

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