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in proper order, with their wardens, and bands of music.
The following Companies form themselves into order of procession
upon this occasion :
The Blacksmiths' company, incorporated 20th Elizabeth,
1578. Braziers' company, incorporated in Henry VIth's reign. .Butchers' company, incorporated 3rd James I. 1605. Carpenters' company incorporated Edward IV. 1477. Clock-makers' company, incorporated 7th Charles I.
1632. Coach-makers' company, incorporated 29th Carolus II.
1677. Coopers' company, incorporated 16th Henry VII.
1501. Cordwainers' company, incorporated 3rd James I.
James I. 1604.
The Goldsmiths' company, incorporated in 1327, by letters
the IVth's reign.
company, incorporated 1st Edward I. 1272.
They proceed from the Guild-hall towards the Parish church, preceded by trumpets, drums, and bands of martial music playing in full unison. They separate themselves on each side of the street, whilst the worshipful the mayor, the nobility, and gentry pass between them, and enter the transcept of the Parish church, where, after divine service is performed, and an appropriate sermon preached on the occasion, by the chaplain of the guild mayor, the mayor proceeds in due order from his throne in the church, and is received at the door