Procession preceding the coronation of Elizabeth I, Queen of England. (London: 1558)
The Royall Passage of her Maiesty from the Tower of London, to her Palace of White-hall, with al the Speaches and Deuices, both of the Pageants and otherwise, together with her Maiesties seuerall Answers, and most pleasing Speaches to them all. (London, 1604)
Title_vignette Woodcut of an angel with trumpet in a landscape with a city in the background Title_page Woodcut vignette.
Section 'The receiuing of the Queenes Maiesty into the City of London'.
Chariot Queen progressed on a triumphal chariot. Scaffold From which a child delivers an oration. Oration Welcoming her to the city. Speech Text in English.
Poem In Latin fastened to a table on the scaffold.
Triumphal_Arch Henry VII and his wife Elizabeth of York. Play with Tudor Roses. Henry VIII. Genealogy Of the Tudors.
Pageant On the theme of Unity.
Oration By another child on the theme of the pageant of unity. Speech Text in English and then Latin.
Pageant At Cornhill a child representing her Majesty with virtues, who trample their opposed vices underfoot. 'The Seat of worthy Gouernance'.
Music Played between speeches. Oration By a child representing her Majesty with an imperial crown. Speech Text in English and Latin.
Pageant Near end of Soper-lane, eight children representing beatitudes.
Oration By one of the children. Speech Text in English Inscription In Latin on a tablet.
Music Trumpets Pageant On the theme of Time at Little Conduit. She is presented with a Bible in English by the figure of Truth. Gift Of a bible from the City.
Gift Of a silk purse, presented by the Recorder of London, Ranulph Cholmeley. Pageant With two hills and two mountains and an artificial tree. Figures of Ruinosa Respublica and Respublica bene instituta. Figure of Time Speech By the Queen in English in response to the gift.
Oration By a child explaining the pageant. Speech Text in English. Inscription In Latin.
Oration At St Pauls school pronounced by one of the boys. Speech Text in English and Latin verses.
Scaffold Stage with an artificial Date / Palm tree and chair. Pageant Final pageant in Fleet Street. Figure of Deborah.
Oration By a child Speech Text in English and Latin inscriptions.
Oration In Latinby a boy of St Dunstones Church.
Statue The same figures were used for Philip II's entry in 1554. Gatmagot the Albion and Corineus the Briton, two giants. Inscription In Latin behind the two giants.
Oration Farewell speech by a child dressed as a Poet. Speech Text in English, also inscribed in Latin.
Section 'Certayne Notes of the Queenes Maiesties great mercy, clemency and wisdome vsed in this passage'.
Festival: Procession preceding the coronation of Elizabeth I, Queen of England.
Participants: Elizabeth I (1533-1603), Queen of England
Title: The Royall Passage of her Maiesty from the Tower of London, to her Palace of White-hall, with al the Speaches and Deuices, both of the Pageants and otherwise, together with her Maiesties seuerall Answers, and most pleasing Speaches to them all.
Names: S., S. (Printer) Busby, John (Bookseller)
Published: London, 1604
Format:  pp. 4º
References: Watanabe No. 2512
Provenance:Ms. inscription on titlepage: Ann Dyson.