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The history of the coronation of the most high, most mighty, and most excellent monarch, James II : by the grace of God, king of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. and of his royal consort Queen Mary : solemnized in the Collegiate church of St. Peter in the city of Westminster, on Thursday the 23 of April, being the festival of St. George, in the year of Our Lord 1685 : with an exact account of the several preparations in order thereunto, Their Majesties most splendid processions, and their royal and magnificent feast in Westminster-Hall : the whole work illustrated with sculptures : by His Majesties especial command Preview this item
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The history of the coronation of the most high, most mighty, and most excellent monarch, James II : by the grace of God, king of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. and of his royal consort Queen Mary : solemnized in the Collegiate church of St. Peter in the city of Westminster, on Thursday the 23 of April, being the festival of St. George, in the year of Our Lord 1685 : with an exact account of the several preparations in order thereunto, Their Majesties most splendid processions, and their royal and magnificent feast in Westminster-Hall : the whole work illustrated with sculptures : by His Majesties especial command

Author: Francis Sandford; Gregory King
Publisher: [London] In the Savoy : Printed by T. Newcomb, 1687.
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Genre/Form: Sources
Early works to 1800
Named Person: James, King of England; Mary, of Modena Queen consort of James II King of England
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Francis Sandford; Gregory King
OCLC Number: 4598530
Notes: Engraved title in red and black, with vignette of royal arms.
"[Gregory King] was consulted about the coronation ... and was the principal author of the ... volume containing descriptions and splendid engravings of that ceremony ... though he allowed Francis Sandford to affix his name to the title-page."--Dict. nat. biog.
Illustrations: 31 plates (30 double, incl. 2 plans), 11 engraved headpieces (4 signed: Strut sc.), 4 cuts in the text, and 5 historiated initials.
Description: [8], 135 p., [61] leaves of plates : ill., plans, ports. ; 45 cm.
Responsibility: by Francis Sandford ...

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