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BSOLUTION: power, given to priests. 220. Granted after death. 384.

Admonitions: at ordinations. 162. Age, at which orders might be received. cvij.


Aidan his coronation. ix. note.
Altars: not anciently consecrated.
cxlviij. note.
Amice. 25.

Anne Boleyn: her coronation. xxv. Aqua benedicta,' different from 'consecrata.' cl. note.

Aquæ bajulus. 382.

Archbishop of Canterbury: his right to crown the kings of England. Ivij. To marry them. lxij. By whom, to be inthroned. cxxxj. Buried, with the pall. cxxxvj. Archdeacon, to present candidates for orders. 160. Armillæ. 28.

Baculus. 272.

Banns, form of certificate. 376. Barons of the cinque ports. 53. Barefooted; its meaning at coronations. 67.

Bells, to be rung at bishops' visitations. cxliij. Delivered to the ostiarii. 163. Bible, at coronations. 119. Bishops, styled themselves anciently, priests. lxxxiv. note. Might confer the tonsure anywhere. lxxxvj. 145. Bound to support clergy, whom they ordained without titles. cj. To be consecrated by, at least, three. CXX. To ordain, not without

priests. cxxv. To confine themselves to their dioceses. cxxv. Ancient rules of precedence. cxxviij. note. Forbidden certain vestments, for neglect of duties. cxxix. Summoned to coronations. 4. note. One, without priests, might ordain deacons. 195. Cf. 205. On what day, to be consecrated. 242. Anciently consecrated in their own churches. 253.

Burial, of criminals executed. 381. Byry: bishop of Durham; his seal, and books. cxxxij.

Camisia. 19.

Canterbury, dean and chapter claim to have all bishops of the province consecrated in their church. cxxj. note.

Chair, used at coronations. xxxvij.


Chalice of S. Edward. 69.
Champion. xxxiij. note.
Chirothecæ. 270.

Chrism at coronations: Chrismale. xxj.

Citation to consecrate a bishop.


Clovis his anointing, etc. iv. Clergy: habits, dress, employments, &c. cxx. Collationum liber. 369. Colobium sindonis. 24. Communion at coronations. 1. 39. In both kinds. liv. 217. Of the sick. 378. Concelebration. 215. Confessions: not to be heard by deacons. cvij. 192. "Conficere." 204.

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Form, of the sacrament of Orders.

French coronation-service, derived
from the Anglo-saxon. 14.

Gospels, book: delivered to dea-
cons. 199. Laid on the head
of bishops. 255. Objectionable
practice, connected with it. 257.
Not anciently delivered to bi-
shops. 275.

Honor: a title of the greater or-
ders. 196.

Houseling-cloth at coronations.
liij. 134.

Illegitimacy: an impediment to
ordination. xcvj.

Impiety: examples, and punish-
ment. cliv. note.
Inthronization: followed by a
feast. cxxxij. Ancient Gallic
custom. 296.

Irregularities: to be dispensed
with. cxviij. How incurred,
and its penalties. cxix.

John, king: his obsequies. lxxj.
Condition of his soul, after
death. lxxj. note.

Keys, given to the ostiarii. 163.
Kings: their duties, etc. ix. note.
The number of those anointed.

Legates: how distinguished. cxlij.

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pore B. Petri." cxlij. note, Regale. 30.

Pastoral staff: of abbots; how distinguished. cxxxvij. note. Peace of the Church. lvj. note. Pecten, of a bishop. 241. Penances, performed at processions. 368.

Petition of bishops,at coronations. 9
Place, where coronations are so-
lemnized. lvj.
Poderis. 243.
Pontifical, Exeter. 369.

liber: explained. cxxxiv. note. Exon. 369. Preaching not permitted to all persons. cxvj.

Priests, allowed to confirm by the Greek church. lxxxj. note. Their duties. cx. Unction, at ordination. cxj. Not to take charge of a parish, for one year after ordination. cxiij. Not to wander about. cxiij. Always to communicate, if they celebrate. cxiv. note. Penalty on persons usurping the office. cxvij. Not allowed to reconcile a church. cxlix. Alone entitled to consecrate the Eucharist. 203. Have powers to confer benedictions. 204. Anciently anointed on the head. 212. To learn how to celebrate the Eucharist. 223.

Processions. 366. Banners used. 367.

Pulpit, at coronations. 68.
Pupilla oculi. lxxix. note.

Ray-cloth. 52.

Rectors to be in priest's orders. cxij. Reconsecration of a church: forbidden. cxlvj. Whether necessary, if the altar had been destroyed. cxlviij. Examples in the 17th century. cxlix. note.

Regalia: anciently kept at West-
minster. xxxviij. note.
Registers of ordinations to be kept.
xcij. note.

Restitution to orders. clvj.
Ring of S. Edward. xix. note.
Episcopal; claimed, after death,
by the archbishop. cxxxiij. 273.

Sacerdos: its meaning. cxiv.note.
Sceptres. 33.

Seat, royal, in Westminster Hall.

Seal, episcopal: how disposed of,
after death. cxxxij.
Serfs; not to be ordained. xcvij.
xcviij. note.

Sign of the cross. 189.
Simnel-cakes. 48.

Standards: anciently consecrated.

Stephen omens regarding him.
xxvij. note.
Stole. 208.
Stragulatus pannus. 52.
Subdeacon office, performed by
a newly crowned emperor. xvj.


Substratorium. 230.

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