An historical and critical enquiry into the nature of the kingly office, and how far the act of coronation, with the oath established by law, is a solemnity indispensible to the exercise of the regal dignity :
shewing, the origin and antiquity of inunction, the ancient and modern forms of the coronation ceremony, and setting forth divers peculiar services claimed to be performed on that grand occasion, particularly the singular office of King's Champion (hitherto little known) : the whole replete with a variety of novel matter and interesting remarks /
by T.C. Banks, Esq.
|Main Creator:||Banks, T. C. (Thomas Christopher), 1765-1854.|
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London : printed for Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, 1814.
"A catalogue of the coronation medals of the kings and queens of England." p. 147-152.
Includes bibliographical references.
Physical description: xvi, 152 p. ; 21 cm.
Citations/References: NSTC B418
Citations/References: NUC pre-1956 NB96806
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