Englands mourning garment worne heere by plaine shepheards, in memorie of their sacred mistresse, Elizabeth; queene of vertue while she liued, and theame of sorrow being dead. To the which is added the true manner of her emperiall funerall. With many new additions, being now againe the second time reprinted, which was omitted in the first impression. After which followeth the shepheards spring-song, for entertainment of King Iames our most potent soueraigne. ...
Chettle, Henry, d. 1607?
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¶ The order and proceeding at the Fu∣nerall of the Right High and Mightie Princesse Elizabeth Queene of England, France, and Ireland: from the Pallace of Westminster called White-hall: To the Cathedrall Church of Westminster: the 28. of April. 1603.

  • FIrst, the Knight Marshals men, to make way.
  • Fifteene poore men.
  • Next, the 260. poore women, by foure and foure.
  • Then, seruants of Gentlemen, Es∣quiers, and Knights.
  • Two Porters.
  • Next, foure Trumpetors▪
  • After them Rose, Pursiuant at Armes.
  • Two Sergeants at Armes.
  • The Standerd of the Dragon, borne by Sir George Bourcher.
  • Two Querries leading a horse, co∣uered in blacke cloth.
  • Then the messengers of the Cham∣ber, foure and foure.
    • Children of the Almondry.
    • Children of the Woodyard,
    • Children of the Skullery.
  • Children and furners of the pastry.
  • The Skalding house.
  • The Larder.
    • After them, Groomes, being
    • Wheate porters.
    • Coopers.
    • Wine-porters.
    • Conducts in the Bakehouse.
    • Bel-ringer
    • Maker of Spice-bags.
    • Cart takers, chosen by the bord.
    • Long Cartes.
    • Cart takers.
    • Of the Almery.
    • Of the Stable.
    • Of the Woodyard.
    • Skullery.
    • Pastrie.
    • Skalding house.
    • Poultrie.
    • Caterie.
    • Boyling house.
    • Larder.
    • Kitchin.
    • Laundrie.
    • Ewry.
    • Confectionary.
    • Wafery.
    • Chaundry.
    • Pitcherhouse.
    • Page  [unnumbered]Buttrie.
    • Seller.
    • Pantrie.
    • Bakehouse
    • Counting house.
  • Then Noblemens and Embassadors seruants, and Groomes of the chamber.
  • Foure Trumpetters.
  • Blewmantle.
  • A Sergeant at Armes.
  • The Standerd of the Greyhound, borne by M. Herbert, brother to the Earle of Penbroke.
  • Yomen of the Seruitors in the hall, foure and foure.
    • Yomen Cart-takers.
    • Porters.
    • Almondrie.
    • Herbingers.
    • Woodyard.
    • Skullerie.
    • Pastriē.
    • Poultrie and Scalding house.
    • Purueyors of the Poultry.
    • Purueyors of the Acatrie.
    • Stable.
    • Boyling house.
    • Larder.
    • Kitchin.
    • Ewrie.
    • Confectionarie.
    • Waferie.
    • Purueyor of the waxe.
    • Tallow Chandler.
    • Chaundrie.
    • Pitcher house.
    • Brewers.
    • Buttrie.
    • Purueyors.
    • Seller.
    • Pantrie.
    • Garneter.
    • Bakehouse.
    • Counting house.
    • Spicerie.
    • Chamber.
    • Robes.
    • Wardrop.
  • Earles and Countesses seruants.
  • Foure Trompetors.
  • Portcullis.
  • A Sergeant at Armes.
  • The Standerd of the Lyon, borne by M. Thomas Somerset.
  • Two Quirries leading a horse trap∣ped with blacke veluet.
  • Sergeant of the Vestrie.
  • Children of the Chappell in surples∣ses.
  • Gentlemen of the Chappel in copes all of them singing Clearks.
  • Deputie Clarke of the Market.
  • Clarkes extraordinarie.
  • Coferer.
  • Diet.
  • M. Cooke for the houshold.
  • Pastrie.
  • Larder.
  • Skullerie.
  • Page  [unnumbered]Woodyard.
  • Poultrie
  • Bakehouse.
  • Acatrie.
  • Stable.
    • Sergeants.
    • Gent. Herbinger.
    • Wood-yard.
    • Scullery.
    • Pastry.
    • Catery.
    • Larder
    • Ewry.
    • Seller.
    • Pantrie.
    • Bakehouse.
  • Master Cooke of the Kitchin.
  • Clarks of the Querrie.
  • Second and third clarke of the Chaundrie.
  • Second & third clark of the Kitchin.
  • Superuisors of the Dresser.
  • Surueyer of the dresser, for the chamber.
  • Musitions.
  • Apoticaries and Chirurgions.
  • Sewers of the hall.
  • Marshall of the hall.
  • Sewers of the chamber.
  • Groome Porter.
  • Gentlemen vshers quarter waiters.
  • Clarke, Marshall and Auenor.
  • Chiefe clarke of the wardrop.
  • Chiefe clarke of the Kitchin.
  • Two clarkes controllers.
  • Clarkes of the greene cloth.
  • Maister of the houshold.
  • Sir Henrie Cocke cofferer.
  • Rouge Dragon.
  • A Segeant at Armes.
  • The Banner of Chester borne by the L. Zouch betweene two Seargeants at Armes.
  • Clarks of the councel, foure & four.
  • Clarks of the priuy Seale.
  • Clarks of the Signet.
  • Clarks of the Parliament.
  • Doctors of Phisicke.
  • The Queenes Chaplaines.
  • Secretaries for the Latine, Italian & French tongues.
  • Rouge Crosse.
  • Betweene two Seargeants at armes.
  • The banner of Cornwall borne by the L. Herbert Sonne and heire to the Earle of VVorcester.
  • Officers to the Maior of London.
  • Aldermen of London.
  • Solliciter, Atturney, and Sergeant at Lawe.
  • Maister of Reuels, & M. of the tents
  • Knights Bachelors.
  • Lord chiefe Baron, and Lord chiefe Iustice of the common pleas.
  • Maister of the Iewell house.
  • Knights which haue been Embassa∣dors and Gentlemen Agents.
  • Sewers for the Queene.
  • Sewers for the bodie.
  • Esquiers of the bodie.
  • Gentlemen of the priuie chamber
  • Gentlemen Pensioners houlding their Pol-axes heads down wards couered with blacke.
  • Page  [unnumbered]The Banner of VVales, borne by the Viscount Bindon.
  • Maister of the Requests.
  • Agents for Venice, and the Estates.
  • Lord Maior of London.
  • Sir Iohn Popham. Sir Iohn Fortescue.
  • Sir Robert Cicell principall Secretary.
  • Controller & Treasurer of houshold
  • Windsor.
  • Banner of Ireland borne by the Earle of Clanricard.
  • Barons.
  • Bishops.
  • Earles eldest sonnes.
  • Viscounts.
  • Dukes second sons.
  • Earles.
  • Marqueses.
  • Bishop of Chichester, Almoner, Preacher at the funeral.
  • Lord Keeper & Archbishop of Cant.
  • The French Embassador.
  • Foure Sergeants of Armes.
  • The great Embrodered banner of England borne by the Earle of Penbroke, and the Lord Haward of Effingham.
  • Somerset and Richmond.
  • York, Helme and Crest.
  • Chester, Target.
  • Norrey, king at Armes, Sword.
  • Clarenceaux king at Armes, Coat.
  • The liuely picture of her Highnesse whole body, crowned in her Par∣liament Robes, with her Scepter in her hand, lying on the corps, balmed and leaded, couered with Purple veluet, borne in a chari∣ot, drawne by foure horses trapt in blacke veluet.
  • Gentlemen Vshers: white rods.
  • About it twelue Banner-Rols, six on each side, caried by 12. noblemen.
  • Sixe Earles assistants with them the Footemen.
  • A Canapie borne ouer the chariot by foure Noblemen.
  • The Earle of VVorcester, Maister of the Horse, leading the Palfrey of Honour.
  • Two Esquiers and a Groome to at∣tend and leade him away.
  • Gentlemen Vshers of the Priuie chamber.
  • Garter, king of Armes.
  • Lady Marchionesse of Northamton, assisted by the Lord Treasurer & Lord Admirall.
  • Chiefe Mourner, her traine caried by two Countesses, and Maister Vicechamberlaine.
  • Fourteene Countesses assistants.
  • Ladies of Honour
  • Countesses
  • Viscountesses.
  • Earles daughters.
  • Baronesses.
  • Maids of Honor of the priuie cham∣ber.
  • Captaine of the Guard, with all the Guard following, fiue and fiue in a ranke, their holberds downe∣ward.
    • Page  [unnumbered] The twelue Bannerols were caried by twelue Barons, beginning at the yongest first.
    • The first Banner, was of king Henry the second, and Elenor of Aquitaine, caried by the Lord Norris.
    • The second, of king Iohn, and Isabel of Angolisme, caried by the Lord Compton.
    • The third, of king Henry the third, and Elenor of Arragon, caried by the Lord Chandoies.
    • The fourth, of king Edward the first, and Elenor of Castile, caried by the L.
    • The sift of Edward the second, and Isabel of France, caried by the Lord Darcie of the South.
    • The sixt, of king Edward the third, and Philippa of Haynolt, caried by the L. Cromwel.
    • The seuenth, of Edmond Langley Duke of Yorke, and Isabel of Castile, caried by the L. Windsor.
    • The eight, of Richard Earle of Cambridge, and Anne Mor∣timer, caried by the L. Darcie of the North.
    • The ninth, of Richard Duke of Yorke, and Cicely Neuill ca∣ried by the Lord Dudley.
    • The tenth of king Edward the fourth, & Elizabeth Woodnile, caried by the Lord Gray.
    • The eleuenth, of king Henry the seuenth, and Elizabeth daughter to king Edward the fourth: caried by the Lord Cobham.
    • The twelfth, of Henry the eight and Anne Bulline, father and mother to our late deceased Queene: caried by the Lord de la Ware.