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" with a golden 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 attendance of nobility. In the same hall were the archbishop of Canterbury, the bishop... "
London, by David Hughson - Page 552
by Edward Pugh - 1807
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The Monthly Review, Volume 17

1757
...in velvet, with a gold chain, whole office was to introduce to the Queen any perfon of diilinction, that came to wait on her : it was Sunday, when there is ufually the greateft attendance of Nobility. In the fame hall were the Archbifhop of Canterbury, the...
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Annual Register, Volume 1

Edmund Burke - History - 1759
...in velvet, with a gold chain, whofe office was to introduce to the Queen any perfon of diftinciion, that came to wait on her : it was Sunday, when there is uiiially the greateil attendance of nobility. In the fame hall were the Archbiihop of Canterbury, the...
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A vindication of natural society, by Edm. Burke. The history and antiquities ...

Robert Dodsley - 1761
...in Velvet, with a Gold Chain, whofe Office was to introduce to the Queen any Perfon of Diftinflion, that came to wait on her: It was Sunday, when there is dually the greateft Attendance of Nobility. In the fame Hall were the Archbifhop of Canterbury^ the...
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A vindication of natural society. Written in the character of a late noble ...

English literature - 1765
...in Velvet, with a Gold Chain, whofe Office was to introduce to the Queen any Perfon of Diftin&ion, that came to wait on her: It was Sunday, when there is ufually the greateft Attendance of Nobility. In the fame Hall were the Archbifhop of Canterbury^ the...
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Fugitive Pieces on Various Subjects: A vindication of natural society

Robert Dodsley - Philosophy - 1771
...in Velvet, with a Gold Chain, whofe Office was to introduce to the Queen any Perfon of Diftin&ion, that came to wait on her : It was Sunday, when there is ufually the greateft Attendance of Nobility. In the fame Hall were the Archbifhop of Canterbury, the...
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Fugitive Pieces on Various Subjects: A vindication of natural society. The ...

Robert Dodsley - 1771
...in Velvet, with a Gold Chain, whofe Office was to introduce to the Queen any Perfon of Diftinflion, that came to wait on her : It was Sunday, when there is ufually the greateft Attendance of Nobility. In the fame Hall were the Archbifhop of Canterbury, the...
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Paul Hentzner's Travels in England: During the Reign of Queen Elizabeth

Paul Hentzner, Sir Robert Naunton - Great Britain - 1797 - 152 pages
...in velvet, with a gold chain, whofe office was to introduce to the queen any perfon of diftincYion, that came to wait on her: it was Sunday, when there is ufually the greateft attendance of nobility. In the fame hall were the archbifhop of Canterbury, the...
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Paul Hentzner's Travels in England: During the Reign of Queen Elizabeth

Paul Hentzner - Great Britain - 1797 - 152 pages
...in velvet, with a gold chain, vvhofe office was to introduce to the queen any perfon of diftinttion, that came to wait on her: it was Sunday, when there is ufually the greateft attendance of nobility. In the fame hall were the archbifhop of Canterbury, the...
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London: Being an Accurate History and Description of the British Metropolis ...

David Hughson - London (England) - 1807
...which the queen commonly passes in her way to chapel : At the door stood a gentleman dressed in velvet, with a golden chain, whose office was to introduce...hall were the archbishop of Canterbury, the bishop of London, agréât number of counsellors of state, officers of the crown, and gentlemen, who waited the...
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London; Being an Accurate History and Description of the British ..., Volume 4

David Hughson - London (England) - 1807
...which the queen commonly passes in her way to chapel: At the door stood a gentleman dressed in velvet, with a golden chain, whose office was to introduce...the queen any person of distinction, that came to watt on her : it was Sunday, when there is usually the greatest attendance of nobility. In the same...
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