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The Union STANDARD,
orne by William Earl Harcourt, G. C. B. in his robes of estate of crimson velvet, attended by a page
bearing his coronet.
Marquesses, in their robes of estate of crimson velvet, their coronets in their hands, four abreast.
The Lord Steward of His Majesty's Household,
George James Marquess of Cholmondeley,
in his robes of estate of crimson velvet, his coronet in his hand.
- Lancaster Herald, in his tabard and collar of SS.

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THE Roy AL STANDARD, \o
orne by Charles Earl of Harrington, G. C. H. in his robes of estate of crimson velvet, attended by a 5.
page bearing his coronet. to-
ing of Arms of the Ionian Order of St. Gloucester King of Arms, in Hanover King of Arms, in J
Michael and St. George, in his tabard his tabard and collar, crown his tabard and collar, crown

and collar, crown in his hand. in his hand. in his hand.

Mukes, in their robes of estate of crimson velvet, their coronets in their hands, four abreast.

Clarenceux King of Arms, Norroy King of Arms, by Norroy, in his tabard by Chester Herald, in his and collar, and crown in tabard and collar; and his hand. crown in his hand,

Ulster King of Arms,
in his tabard and
collar, and crown in
his hand,

o - The Lord Privy Seal, John Earl 2 of Westmorland, K.G. in his robes of estate of crimson yelvet, a ros, and coronet in his hand.

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The Lord President of the Council, Dudley Earl of Harrowby, in his robes of estate of crimson velvet, and coronet in his hand.

The Lord Archbishop of York, in his rochet, and cap in his hand,

High Chancellor, John Earl of Eldon, in his robes of estate of crimson welvet, with his coronet in his hand, bearing the seals, and attended by his Purse-bearer.

The Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, in his roclet, and cap in his hand.

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St. Edward's Staff, - - borne by James . Marquess of Salisbury, K. G. m his robes of estate of crimson velvet, and coronet in his hand.

The Gold Spurs, borne by George-Gough Lord Calthorpe, in his robes of estate of crimson velvet, and coronet in his hand.

The Sceptre with the Cross, borne by Richard Marquess Wellesley, K. G. in his robes of estate of crimson velvet, and coronet in his hand.

... ', The third Sword,

- Jorne by George. Earl of Galloway, K.T. in his robes of estate of crimson voVet, and coronetiahis hand.

The Lord Mayor of London, the Right Hon. John Thomas Thorp, in his robe, collar and jewel, bearing the City sceptre or mace.

he Deputy Lord Great Chamberlain of Eng

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velvet, and coronatin his hand.

Two Serjeants at Arms, with their maces.
Usher of the Green Rod.

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The second Sword, borne by Hugh Puke of Northumberland, K.G. in his robes.of estate of crimson in his robes of estate of crimson velvet, and coronet in his hand.

Usher of the White Rod. w

Garter rincipal King of Arms, Sir George Nayler, Knt. Clarenceux King of Arms, in his tabard and collar, carrying his crown and sceptre.

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land, Peter Robert Lord Gwydyr, in his robes of estate &f oiosau welvet, carrying his coronet and his white Átaff.

s RoxAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE Leopold, in the full habit of the Order of the Garter, carrying
in his right hand his baton as Field Marshal, and in his left hand his cap and feathers; his train
borne by Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Robert Gardiner, K. C. B.
s Roy AL HIGHNess THE DUKE of GLou CESTER, in his robes of estate of crimson velvet, carrying

his coronet; his train borne by Sir Archibald Murray, Bart.
s Roy AL HIGHNESS THE DUKE of CAMERIDGE, in his robes of estate of crimson velvet, carrying

his coronet; and his train borne by Vice-Admiral Fraser

is Roy AL HIGHNESS THE DUKE of Sussex, in his robes of estate of crimson velvet, carrying his TS

coronet in his hand; his train, borne by Major General Ogg. boo
is Roy AI, HIGHNess THE DIJK-E of CLARENCE, in his robes of estate of crimson velvet, carrying in S;

his right hand his baton, and in his left his coronet; his train borne by Captain Pechell, R. N. *

is Roy AL HIGHNess THE DUKE of York, in his robes of estate of crimson velvet, carrying in S-
his right hand his baton as Field Marshal, and his coronet in his left hand; and his train borne
by Lieutenant-Colonel Henry-Frederick Cooke.

The High Constable of Ireland, The High Constable of Scotland,
Henry Marquess of Lansdown, George Lord Gordon, G. C. B. oommonly called Marquess

his robes of estate of crimson velvet, of Huntly (acting as Deputy to William George Earl of

his coronet in his hand, with his Erroll, a minor), in his robes of estate of crimson velvet,

staff, - - his coronet in liis hand, with his staff.

Two Serjeants at Arms, with their maces.

le Earl Marshal of England, represented by Kenneth-Alexander Lord Howard of Effingham, G.C.B. in his robes of estate of crimson velvet, his coronet in his hand, carrying his staff, attended by a page.

The Sword of State, borne by Charles Duke of Dorset, in his robes of estate of crimson velvet, attended by a page, carrying his coronet.

The Lord High Constable of England, Arthur Duke of Wellington, K.G. in his robes of estate of crimson velvet, carrying his coronet and staff, attended by a page, carrying his baton of Field Marshal.

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