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- n. the ceremony of installing a new monarch
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With a heavy heart and a mind over which flitted many a sombre cloud of misgiving he uttered his enthronisation discourse.
- not on the sofa, where Miss Keeldar offered him enthronisation, nor yet near the fireside, to which Caroline, by a friendly sigh, gently invited him, - but on a chair close to the door.
Chrysostom’s first care after his enthronisation was to arrange his household, and then to master the manifold duties — diocesan, social, and patriarchal — of his high station.