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Coronation of Charles E.
283-303.

Procession at the reception and enthronization of Dr. George Morley,

Bishop of Worcester, 304; the grand procession at Windsor, &c., on the

festivals of S. George, 157, 304-309; Procession on the Rogation days,

107, 309, 310; at the enthronization of Dr. Cartwright, Bishop of Chester,

310; at Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, ib.; at the consecration of Wilmcote

Chapel, Warwickshire, 311; at the consecration of the parish church of
Leeds, ib.; at the site of the church of the Holy Cross, Leeds, ib.; at
S. James's, Enfield, 312; at Tubney, Oxfordshire, ib.; at the installation
of the lord Bishop of Fredericton, 313; at the opening of Leamington
Church, ib.; at the consecration of S. Saviour's Church, Leeds, 336; at the
reconciliation of the Church of S. Mary-le-Crypt, Gloucester, 345; pro-
cessions of the Rector and fellows of Lincoln College, Oxford, 387; zeal
of the multitude for processions, 366.

394-397.
Miscellaneous.

Daily Service, 207; Archbishop Laud's opinion of galleries in churches,
ib.; reservation of the Blessed Sacrament for the sick, ib.; fresco painting
of the Last Judgment, in Peterborough Cathedral, ib.; splendour of the
Anglican Service, 208; a riot in Canterbury, in behalf of Christmas-day,
ib.; pues, ib.; the Blessed Virgin styled "our Lady", ib. 209; canonical
hours observed by Archbishop Laud, 209; R. Sherlock, D.D., sometime
Rector at Winwick, ib.; the manner of celebrating the Blessed Eucharist
in Archbishop Laud's Chapel, and in Cathedrals, 210, 211; the Service
in S. George's Chapel, Windsor, upon Obiit Sunday, 211; a sacrilegious
riot in Canterbury Cathedral, ib.; puritan accusations of Bishop Wren, 212;
an English Pontifical, 213; Archbishop Tennison on the Anglican use
of images of saints, ib.; licenses to eat flesh, 214, 336; portrait of an
Anglo-Catholick, ib.; punishment of contumacious churchwardens, 215;
the defacing of images, &c., in churches forbidden, ib.; "popish cere-
monies" observed by the Clergy at the Restoration, 327-330; a crucifix
defended by the Journeymen of Kidderminster, 330; Bishop Hacket's
reception at Coventry, ib.; rood-screens required by law, 331; church-yard
cross restored by order of Bishop Montague, ib.; a side altar, 332; gilds
in Norfolk, ib.; penance, 333; burial of excommunicated persons, ib.;
towels used at the Holy Communion, 333, and 303, note; hearse set up
in honour of King Charles the Martyr, 333; reconciliation of S. Werburgh's
Church, Bristol, ib.; rood-screens and holy doors universal in the diocese
of Norwich, in 1638, 334; rood-screen-doors repaired, ib.: altar pieces
of Needlework, ib.; maundy of King Charles the Martyr, ib.; Archbishop
Parker's Visitation, 335; a "popish" rood-loft, 336; license to eat

flesh in Lent, ib.; procession at the consecration of S. Saviour's Church, Leeds, ib.; poetical allusion to altar-lights, 337; the Church's seasons for marriage, ib. 338; the Devil's Knell, 338; altar-furniture in Archbishop Laud's Chapel, ib.; altar-candlesticks in village churches, 339; resemblance of the Caroline Prelates to the Pope, 339-341; proposed reconciliation of the Anglican and Roman Churches, 341; a penance enjoined, 343; the General Offering Days in the Church of England, ib.; the Parson's Church, ib.; points of resemblance between the Anglican and Roman Churches, 344; procession at the reconciliation of the Church of S. Maryle-Crypt, Gloucester, 345; lights on the feast of Candlemas, ib.; church painted in 1577, 346; incense and Paschal lights, temp. Eliz. ib.; hangings in churches, temp. Annæ, ib.; a credence-table, ib.; painted rood-screen with imagery, erected 1639, in S. Paul's Cathedral, ib.; judgment of the present Bishop of Exeter concerning the disuse of any prayer before or after the sermon, 347-350; pious liberality of the citizens of Bristol, 350; rood-screen erected 1610, 351; rood-screen erected 1630, ib.; rood-screen erected 1634, ib.; rood-screen erected 1640, ib.; other examples of postreformation rood-screens, ib., 352; Queen Elizabeth's order for the retention and erection of rood-screens, and concerning altar-steps, stalls, tombs, fonts, and chancels, 352; enquiry about rood-screens, chancels, fonts, &c., by Bishop Cosin, ib.; rood-screens, hangings, &c., ib.; rubrical variations, 354; the canonical hours observed in S. Peter's College, Cambridge, 355; auricular confession practised at Goran, Ireland, ih.; “plain song" enjoined in all churches by Queen Elizabeth, 356; account of the consecration of an altar at Wolverhampton, 357; extreme unction practised temp. Car. I., ib.; the chrism offered at churchings, temp. Car. I., ib.; lights on the feast of Candlemas desired by the Caroline Divines, ib.; portrait of a Puritan, 358; "points of Popery" (in the opinion of the Elizabethan Puritans) remaining in the church of England, 359; clerical apparel, ib., 360; crucifixes and images in churches, temp. Car. I., 361; crucifixes and altarlights at S. Paul's Cathedral, 362; altar-lights, crucifixes, images, pictures, plate, &c. zealously upheld by Bishop Wren, ib.; lighted tapers on and adoration towards altars, temp. Car. I., ib.; altar-lights, crucifixes, altarcloths, hangings, &c., at Oxford and Cambridge, ib.; turning towards the east at Prayers and Holy Communion, practised by the Clergy at Durham Cathedral, temp. Car. I., 363; Holy Communion celebrated at Durham Cathedral in the presence of non-communicants, temp. Car. I., ib.; laity forbidden to enter the sacrarium at Durham Cathedral, temp. Car. I., ib.; trine immersion, or affusion, 364; Bishop Wren's mode of celebrating the Holy Eucharist, ib.; genuflexions towards the Eucharistick elements, temp. Car. I., 365; "goodly pictures" in Archbishop Williams's Chapel, ib.; incense in churches, ib.; adoration towards the altar enforced and practised at S. John's College, Cambridge, ib., 366; turning towards the East at the "Gloria PATRI" enforced at St. John's College, Cambridge, 356; zeal of the multitude for processions and other pious observances, ib.; "popish" opinions and practices of the Caroline Divines, 367; position of the celebrating priest, 368; the Church's seasons for marriage, ib., 369; ancient customs still observed at funerals, 369.

ILLUSTRATIONS.

PLAN OF BISHOP ANDREWES' CHAPEL. Page 8.

EDWARD VI. AND COURT. Page 82.

PROCESSION OF THE CLERGY OF WINDSOR ON THE FESTIVALS OF S.

GEORGE. Page 157.

LITANY-DESK AND STONE ALTAR, WITH A PRIEST AND CONGREGATION AT PRAYERS. Page 191.

OLD ALTAR-PIECE OF PETERBOROUGH CATHEDRAL. Page 194.

HIGH ALTAR IN HENRY VII.'S CHAPEL, WESTMINSTER. Page 267.

HERSE SET UP IN HONOUR OF CHARLES I. Page 333.

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