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B03351 The form of the proceeding to the funeral of Her late Majesty Queen Mary II. Of blessed memory, from the royal palace of Whitehall to the Collegiate Church at Westminster; the 5th day of this instant March, 1694/5. To begin at twelve a clock. (To be punctually observed by all persons therein concerned.) 1695 (1695) Wing F1582B; ESTC R177185 2,821 4

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THE Form of the Proceeding TO THE FUNERAL Of Her Late Majesty QUEEN MARY II. Of Blessed Memory From the Royal Palace of Whitehall to the Collegiate Church at VVestminster the 5th Day of this Instant March 1694 5. To begin at twelve a Clock To be punctually Observed by all Persons therein Concerned March 2. 1694 5 I do appoint Edward Jones to Print this Account of the Proceeding NORFOLKE and MARSHALL KNight Marshal's Men to clear the way To meet in the Inner Court at Whitehall where the Statue is Knight Marshal's Deputy Servants to the Officers of Arms. Three hundred poor Women four and four 2 Trumpets The Banner of Union born by a Knight Sir Philip Meadows Grooms and Pages of the Chamber Officers of the Stable House-keepers Officers of the Robes and Ward-robe Gentlemen of the Chappel and Vestry in Copes and the Children of the Chappel singing all the way 2 Trumpets Officers of the Jewel-house Officers and Comptroller of the Works Sewers of the Chamber Gentlemen-Ushers Quarter-Waiters 2 Trumpets To meet in ●he King's Privy-Lodgings and Rooms adjoyning where they are to be put in order by the Officers of Arms. Chaplains to the King and Queen Aldermen of London Surveyor-General of the Works Sir Christopher Wren Kt. 2 Trumpets Twelve Gentlemen of the Privy-Chamber to the King and Queen Eight whereof carry the Canopy of which Number are to be Three of the Queen's Gentlemen-Ushers of the Privy-Chamber Who are to attend with the Canopy at the West Door of the Abbey to receive and carry it over the Queen's Body when taken out of the Chariot Carvers to the Queen Cup-bearers to the Queen Sewers to the Queen 2 Trumpets An Officer of Arms. The Queen's Secretary and Treasurer Knight-Harbinger and Master of the Jewel-house Lord Mayor of London 3 Trumpets Two Officers of Arms. The House of Commons To meet in the great Banqueting Room Serjeant at Arms Speaker of the House of Commons To meet in the Council-Chamber and the Privy-Gallery and Fane Room Four Officers of Arms. The House of Peers Serjeant at Arms and Usher of the Black Rod. Speaker of the House of Peers Note That at the Proceeding before the Body the youngest of each Degree go foremost An Officer of Arms. The Banner of Chester The Banner of Wales The Banner of Cornwall Born by LORDS An Officer of Arms. The Banner of Ireland by the Earl of Montrath The Banner of Scotland by the Earl of Selkirk Two Officers of Arms. The Banner of France and England quarterly The Great Banner The Banner of England Born by EARLS The Queen's Master of the Horse Lord Viscount Villers Who after leaving the Horse at the Door of the Church is to go to his place among the Peers leading the Mourning Horse and two Equerries with their Caps attending The Helmet and Crest born by an Officer of Arms. The Target born by an Officer of Arms. The Sword born by an Officer of Arms. The Coat of Arms born by Norroy King of Arms. The Queen's Lord Chamberlain Lord Marquis of Winchester The Church of Westminster at the entrance into the Abbey are to fall into the Proceeding here Clarenceux King of Arms between two Gentlemen Ushers carrying the Scepters Orb and Crown on a Cushion except at such time as the Body is in the Chariot And then Clarenceux with the two Gentlemen Ushers go before the Queen's Lord Chamberlain Six Bannerolls born by Sir T. Parkyns Sir W. Roberts Sir W. Russell Sir D. Hampson Sir W. Colepeper Sir W. Villers Three Peers Assistants to the Corps or Supporters of the Pall. The Body in an open Chariot drawn by eight Horses a Man to lead each Horse the Sceptres Orb and Crown upon a Purple Velvet Cushion Two of the Queen's Bed-chamber Women one siting at the Head the other at the Feet to take care of the Body Three Peers Assistants to the Corps or Supporters of the Pall. Six Bannerolls born by Sir F. Head Sir E. Warde Sir Ste. Lennard Sir W. Recesby Sir Cl. Fisher Sir J. Cope The 12 Baronets and Knights to meet in the Presence next the Guard Room Gentleman-Usher Garter King of Arms Gentleman-Usher At the Abby door The two Gentlemen Ushers are to take Care the two Ladies be helpt out of the Chariot and led to their places among the Bed-chamber Women Earl of Pembroke Lord Privy Seal The Chief Mourner Dutches of Sommerset supported by two Noblemen Her Train born by two Dutches Duke of Leeds Lord President of His Majesties Council   Dutches of St. Albans Dutches of Southampton Assisted by the Queen's Vice-Chamberlain Mr. Sayres   Eighteen Assistants to the Chief Mourner c. To meet in the Privy-Lodgings on the Queen's Side The Dutches of Devonshire Countess of Bridgwater Countess Dowager of Winchelsea Countess Dowager of Thannet Countess of Sandwich Countess Dowager of Radnor Countess of Monmouth Lady Howard of Effingham Baroness Weston Countess of Arran The Dutches of Leeds Countess of Oxford Countess Dowager of Northampton Countess of Carnarvan Countess of Sunderland Countess of Macclesfield Countess of Dorchester Lady Eliz. Cromwel Baroness Cromwell Lady Rockingham Two Gentlemen-Ushers Six Ladies of the Bed-chamber Six Maids of Honour Six Bed-chamber Women The Band of Pensioners Yeomen of the Guard When the Body is placed in the Mausoleum the Chief Mourner is to be seated in an Arm'd Chair at the Head of the Body The Supporters to the Train on two Stools with low backs a little behind her The Ladies of the Bed Chamber within the Mausoleum three on each side of the Body The Assistants to sit within the first Rail without the Mausoleum The Queen's Lord-Chamberlain to have a black Velvet Stool to sit near the Foot of the Mausoleum To meet in the Guard-Room The Band of Pensioners are to go in Order single on each side the outward Rail and then two and two into the South Isle leading to Henry the Seventh's Chapel and stand there on each side and when the following Proceeding goes to the Interment then the Pensioners are to follow to the Chapel Door but no further The Yeomen of the Guard are to stay on each side the Organ Quire from the Quire Door up to the Rail Proceedings to the Interrment after the Sermon The Queen's State Note All Persons that shall have Tickets for Places within the Collegiate Church at Westminster from the Duke of Norfolke are to take Notice that no Person can be set in after Twelve a Clock but those who go in the Proceeding The Queen's Master of the Horse   The Queen's Lord Chamberlain The Church of Westminster and both Choirs The 3 Supporters of the Pall. The Body The 3 Supporters of the Pall. Supporter to the Chief Mourner The Chief Mourner Supporter to the Chief Mourner Supporter to the Train   Supporter to the Train Vice Chamberlain Ladies Assistants Ladies of the Bed-Chamber Maids of Honour Bed-Chamber Women Gentlemen Pensioners to the Chapel Door Some Yeomen of the Guard to keep the Door In the SAVOY Printed by Edw. Jones 169● EDINBURGH Reprinted by the Heirs and Successors of Andrew Anderson Printer to his most excellent Majesty 1695.