Coronation Stone

Coronation Chair in Westminster Abbey

Published in a History of England, about
 1855  Steel engraving with recent hand color
Size 13 x 17 Ref D1409,  Anonymous



May the Strength of God pilot us, May the wisdom of God instruct
 us, May the hand of God protect us, May the Word of God direct
us, Be always ours this day and for evermore.     St. Patrick



The Shamrock

There's a dear little plant that grows in our isle, 'Twas Saint Patrick himself, sure, that set it; And the sun of his labor with pleasure did smile, And with dew from his eye often wet it. It grows through the bog, through the brake, through the mireland, And they call it the dear little Shamrock of Ireland.


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the poor shall have it at his wish."

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Coronation Stone

August 8, 1296 the Scottish Coronation Stone, the Stone of Destiny, was removed from Scone Abbey. The stone was taken on the orders of King Edward I of  England, and was transported to Westminster Abbey, where it was used to crown English monarchs until it was returned to Scotland in 1996. The stone itself is a block of red sandstone, and was said to have been used by Jacob, father of the twelve tribes of Israel, as a pillow.

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And may the rain
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  of Saint Patrick
  behold you.

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