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Coronation of James I and VI and Queen Anne of Denmark; the coronation of Charles I. (London: 1603 and 1633)
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The ceremonies, form of prayer, and services used in Westminster-Abby at the coronation of King James the First and Queen Ann his Consort. Performed by Dr. Whitgift, Arch-Bishop of Canterbury. (London, 1685)
  Page 001  
  Title_page Useful abstract here of the ceremonies described.
  Page 003  
  Section 'The Ceremonies, Form of Prayer, and Services used...'.
  Page 005  
  Ceremony The coronation oath.
  Page 006  
  Prayer
  Page 008  
  Ceremony The annointing.
  Page 013  
  Section 'The Coronation of the Queen'.
  Page 015  
  Section 'The Form of King Charles the I his Coronation in Scotland, June 11th 1633
Festival details

Festival:
Coronation of James I and VI and Queen Anne of Denmark; the coronation of Charles I.

Date:
1603 and 1633

City:
London

Participants:
James (1566-1625), King of Scotland (as James VI) and of England (as James I)
Anna (Anne) of Denmark (1574-1619), m. James VI, King of Scotland and I of England
Charles I (1600-1649), King of England and Scotland

Dynasty:
Stuart
Book details

Title:
The ceremonies, form of prayer, and services used in Westminster-Abby at the coronation of King James the First and Queen Ann his Consort. Performed by Dr. Whitgift, Arch-Bishop of Canterbury.

Names:
Taylor, Randal (Bookseller)
Dell, Mr., Secretary to the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Laud. (Author)

Published:
London, 1685

Shelfmark:
115.i.39

Format:
[20] pp. Folio.

References:
Watanabe No. 2524

Provenance:
King's Library.
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