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" Queen commonly passes on her way to chapel. At the door stood a gentleman dressed in velvet, with a gold chain, whose office was to introduce to the Queen any person of distinction that came to wait on her ; it was Sunday, when there is usually the greatest... "
London: Being an Accurate History and Description of the British Metropolis ... - Page 554
by David Hughson - 1807
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Lives of the queens of England, from the Norman conquest. By A. [and E ...

Agnes Strickland - 1867
...commonly passed in her way to chapel. At the door stood a gentleman dressed in velvet, with a gold chain, whose office was to introduce to the queen any person of distinction who came to wait on her. It was Sunday, when there was usually the greatest attendance of nobility....
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The American Bibliopolist, Volume 3

American literature - 1871
...stood a gentleman dressed in velvet, with a gold chain, whose office was to introduce the queen to any person of distinction that came to wait on her....greatest attendance of nobility. In the same hall where the archbishop of Canterbury, the bishop of London, a great many counsellors of state, officers...
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Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal of ..., Volume 5

John Campbell Baron Campbell - Judges - 1874
...of Queen Elizabeth. Giving an account of her going to chapel at her palace at Greenwich, he says, " It was Sunday, when there is usually the greatest attendance of nobility. In the name Hall were the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Bishop of London, a great number of councillors of...
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Report of the Marlborough College Natural History Society (founded April 9th ...

Marlborough College (Marlborough, England). Natural History Society - Natural history - 1877
...passes in her way to chapel : At the door stood a gentleman dressed in velvet, with a gold chain, whoae office was to introduce to the Queen any person of...Canterbury, the Bishop of London, a great number of Councillors of State, Officers of the Crown, and Gentlemen, who waited the Queen's coming out ; which...
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Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal of ..., Volume 5

John Campbell Baron Campbell - Judges - 1880
...Elizat«th. Giving »n account of her going to chapel at her palace at Greenwich, he says, "It »-as Sunday, when there is usually the greatest attendance...Canterbury, the Bishop of London, a great number of councillors of state, officers of the Crown, and gentlemen who aaited the Queen's coming out; which...
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Lives of the Queens of England, from the Norman Conquest, Volume 2

Agnes Strickland - Queens - 1882
...commonly passed in her way to chapel. At the door stood a gentleman dressed in velvet, with a gold chain, whose office was to introduce to the queen any person of distinction •who came to wait on her. It was Sunday, when there was usually the greatest attendance of nobility....
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The girl's book of famous queens

Lydia Hoyt Farmer - Queens - 1887 - 495 pages
...commonly passed on her way to chapel. At the door stood a gentleman dressed in velvet, with a gold chain, whose office was to introduce to the queen any person of distinction who came to wait upon her. It was Sunday, when there was usually the greatest attendance of nobility....
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Highways and Byways in Kent

Walter Jerrold - Kent (England) - 1907 - 447 pages
...commonly passes on her way to chapel. At the door stood a gentleman dressed in velvet, with a gold chain, whose office was to introduce to the Queen...Canterbury, the Bishop of London, a great number of Councillors of State, officers of the Crown, and gentlemen, who waited the Queen's coming out, which...
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The Elizabethan People

Henry Thew Stephenson - England - 1910 - 412 pages
...introduce to the Queen any person of distinction that came to wait on her; it was Sunday when there was usually the greatest attendance of nobility. In the same hall were the Archhishop of Canterbury, the Bishop of London, a great number of Councillors of State, officers of...
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A History of England: From the Defeat of the Armada to the Death ..., Volume 1

Edward Potts Cheyney - Great Britain - 1914
...chain, whose office was to introduce to the queen earls, barons, gentlemen and others of both sexes who came to wait on her; it was Sunday, when there is...usually the greatest attendance of nobility. In the hall the archbishop of Canterbury, the bishop of London, a great number of councillors of state, officers...
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