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The Six Clerks in Chancery, King's Chaplains having dignities. The Sheriffs of London. Aldermen of London who have not passed the Chair. Recorder of London. Aldermen of London who have passed the Chair. Masters in Chancery. The King's Serjeants at Law. The King's Ancient Serjeant, The King's Solicitor General. The King's Attorney General. Gentlemen of the Privy Chamber, Serjeant of the Vestry of the Chapel Royal. Children of the Choir of Westminster, in surplices. Children of the Chapel Royal, in surplices, with scarlet mantles over them Choir of Westminster, in surplices. Gentlemen of the Chapel Royal, in Scarlet mantles.

Serjeant-Porter.

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Sub-Dean of the Chapel Royal, in a scarlet gown.
Prebendarics of Westminster, in surplices and rich copes, three abreast.
The Dean of Westminster, in a surplice and rich cope.

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His Majesty's Band, in full state habits. - w
ficers attendant on the Knights Commanders of the Order of the Bath, in their mantles, chains, aud
badges, viz.
Secretary. Officer of Arms.
mights Commanders of the Order of the Bath, four abreast, in the habit of their Order, their hats
and feathers in their hands.
Officers of the Order of the Bath, in their mantles, chains, and badges, viz.
The Messenger of the Order.
The Gentleman Usher of the Scarlet Rod. . The Secretary.
The Register. The Genealogist, Deputy Bath King of Arms.

mights Grand Crosses of the Most Honourable Military Order of the Bath, four abreast, in the full habit of their Order, their hats and feathers in their hands, those being Members of His Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council, wearing a blue scarf, fringed with gold, around the right arm.

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Justices of the Court of Common Pleas. * Justices of the Court of King's Bench.

Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer. Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas. 3.

The Vice-Chancellor of England. The Master of the Rolls. *

The Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King's Bench. The Clerks of the Council in Ordinary.

Privy Councillors, not Peers, four abreast.

he Register of the Order of the Garter, in his mantle, chain, and badge, and carrying the Register of the Order.

The Marquess of Londonderry, (night Companion of the Most Noble Order of the Garter, in the full habit, and wearing the collar of - the Order, his cap and feathers in his hand.

His Majesty's Vice-Chamberlain, James Marquess Graham (eldest son of the Duke of Montrose), ttended by an Officer of the Jewel-House, in a scarlet mantle, with a crown embroidered on his left shoulder, bearing a cushion, on which were placed the Ruby Ring and the Sword to be girt about

the King. ~

Comptroller of His Majesty's Household, Treasurer of His Majesty's Household, §

Lord George Thomas Beresford. Lord Charles C. Bentinck, bearing the crim- $
son bag with the medals.

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Bluemantle Pursuivant of Arms, in his tabard.

THE STANDARD of HAN over, 'rne by John Earl of Mayo, G.C. H. in his robes of estate of crimson velvet, attended by a page bearing his coronet. - Cork Herald, in his tabard and collar of SS. Islay Herald, in his tabard and collar of SS. Barons, in their robes of estate of crimson velvet, their coronets in their hands, four abreast. Falcon Herald Extraordinary, in his tabard and collar of SS.

THE STANDARD of IRELAND, THE STANDARD of Scotland, rne by William-Carr Lord Beresford, G.C.B. borne by James Earl of Lauderdale, K.T. in his robes of estate of crimson velvet, in his robes of estate of crimson velvet, attended by a page bearing his coronet. attended by a page bearing his coronet.

The Bishops of Ireland and England, in their rochets, with their caps in their hands, four abreast.
Brunswick Herald, in his tabard and collar of SS. Blanc Coursier Herald, in his tabard and collar of SS.
- viscounts, in their robes of estate of crimson velvet, their coronets in their hands, four abreast.
York Herald, in his tabard and collar of SS. Windsor Herald, in his tabard and collar of SS.

- The STANDARD of ENGLAND, rne by Rowland Lord Hill, G, C, B, in his robes of estate of crimson velvet, attended by a page - bearing his coronet.

Earls, in their robes of estate of crimson velvet, their coronets in their hands, four abreast. numerset Herald, in his tabard and collar of SS. Richmond Herald, in his tabard and collar of SS

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