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Swiss guard.--(Cut 17.)

PROCESSION
FOR EASTER SUNDAY.

Esquires,
two and two, in red serge cappas with hoods over the shoulders, etc.

Proctors of the College,
two and two, in black stuff cappas with silk hoods.

Procuratores of religious orders,
two and two, in the habits of their respective orders.
Ecclesiastical chamberlains, outside the city,

two and two, in red.

Chaplains in ordinary,
in red cappas with hoods of ermine ; of whom there are

first mitre bearer,
second mitre bearer,

third mitre bearer,
one bearer of the tiara.-(Cut 8.)

Private Chaplains,
two and two, red cappas and hoods of ermine.

Consistorial Advocates,
two and two, in black or violet cassocks, and hoods.

Ecclesiastical Chamberlains,
private and honorary, two and two, in red cassocks and hoods.

Choristers of the Chapel,
two and two, in violet silk cassocks over which are surplices.—(Cut 9.)

Abbreviators of the Park,

Clerks of the Chamber,
in surplices, over rochets, two and two,

Master of the sacred Palace,
in his habit of a Dominican friar,

Auditors of the Rota,
in surplices, over rochets, two and two,

Incense bearer.
Three Acolyths,

Cross bearer.

Four Acolyths, in surplices over rochets

in tunic.-(Cut 12.)

in surplices over rochets carrying large candlesticks with lights Two porters of the red rod. carrying candlesticks with lights Greek Subdeacon. Latin Subdeacon,

Greek Deacon.
in tunic.
Penitentiaries of St. Peter's,
two and two, in albs and chasubles.

Mitred Abbots,
of whom only a few are entitled to a place.
BISHOPS, ARCHBISHOPS AND PATRIARCHS,
two and two, the latins wearing copes and mitres,
the easterns in their proper costumes.-(Cuts 2–8.)

CARDINAL DEACONS,
in dalmatics and mitres, each accompanied by his chamberlain carrying his square

cap, and followed by his train bearer,

CARDINAL PRIESTS,
in chasubles and mitres, similarly attended.—(Cut 11.)

CARDINAL BISHOPS,
in copes and mitres, similarly attended.
General staff, and officers of the guard of nobles,
Grand herald and grand esquire.

in court dresses.

Lay chamberlains,
Conservators of Rome and Prior of the magistrates of Wards

in vestures ornamented with cloth of gold.
PRINCE ASSISTANT AT THE THRONE,

in a splendid court dress.-(Cut 10.)
GOVERNOR OF ROME,

in rochet and cappa.
Two auditors of the Rota,

to serve as train bearers.

Two principal masters of ceremony.
CARDINAL DEACON,
CARDINAL DEACON,

CARDINAL DEACON, second assistant at the throne,

for the latin gospel and mass

first assistant at the throne Fan borne by

Fan borne by a private a private chamberlain.

THE POPE-(Cut 13.)

chamberlain.-(Cut 14.)
wearing a white cope and tiara,
borne in his chair by twelve supporters-(Cut 15-Pope's chair bearer in livery)-in
red damask, under a canopy sustained by eight referendaries of the signature, in

short violet mantles over rochets.
His holiness is surrounded by his household. Six of the Swiss guards, representing

the catholic cantons, carry large drawn swords on their shoulders.
Private chamberlain.
Dean of the Rota,

Private chamberlain

in rochet and cappa. of sword and cloak.-(Cut 20.) MAJORDOMO. AUDITOR OF THE APOSTOLIC CAMERA. TREASURER.

in rochets and cappas.

Prothonotaries apostolic,
Regent of the chancery and auditor of contradictions,

all in rochets and cappas, two and two.

Generals of religious orders, two and two, in their proper habits.

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Swiss guard.—(Cut 16.)

Swiss guard.

Mace bearers.

Guard of Nobles.

Swiss guard.

Guard of Nobles. Mace bearers.-(Cut 19.)

(Cut 18.)

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