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A Particular account of the solemnities used at the coronation of His Sacred Majesty King George II (our late most gracious sovereign) and of his royal consort Queen Carolina on Wednesday, the 11th of October, 1727 : also a list of the claims of several persons to do service at the coronation, and an account of Their Majesties entertainment at Guildhall, on the Lord Mayors Day following.

A Particular account of the solemnities used at the coronation of His Sacred Majesty King George II (our late most gracious sovereign) and of his royal consort Queen Carolina on Wednesday, the 11th of October, 1727 : also a list of the claims of several persons to do service at the coronation, and an account of Their Majesties entertainment at Guildhall, on the Lord Mayors Day following.

 
 

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