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State procession from the Queen's palace to the western door of Westminster Abbey, on the 28th of June, 1838, the day of Her Majesty's coronation : under the direction of one of the Queen's equerries, with two assistants.
[London] : J. Hartnell, Red Lion Court, Fleet Street, 1838.
Physical Description:
1 sheet ([1] page) ; 134 x 26 cm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
Folio A 2012 49k
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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Caption title, preceded (at top) by wood-engraved royal arms.
Printed on two sheets, neatly affixed end-to-end; the second sheet begins with text listing Her Majesty's fourth carriage.
The body of the document is printed in blue ink; the ornamental border in red ink.
Broadside. The text includes the order of the procession, which includes: trumpeters; a squadron of life guards (periodically throughout); carriages of the foreign resident ministers; carriages of the foreign ambassadors and ministers extraordinary; carriages of the resident foreign ambassadors; mounted band of a regiment of the Household Brigade; carriages of the branches of the royal family, with their respective escorts; the Queen's Barge-master; the Queen's forty-eight Watermen; Her Majesty's carriages (twelve carriages); the State Coach ... conveying the Queen.
Subject Terms:
Coronations -- Great Britain.
Great Britain -- Kings and rulers.
Processions -- Great Britain.
Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, 1819-1901 -- Coronation.
Wood engravings -- 1838.
Hartnell, J. (Joseph), active 1799-1850, printer.

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