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    Princess Elizabeth attends rehallowing service at St. Paul's Anglican Cathedral. Malta.

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    Unissued / Unused material.

    Princess Elizabeth at rehallowing service of St. Paul's Anglican Cathedral. Valetta, Malta.

    Exterior view of St. Paul's Anglican Cathedral with people gathered round entrance. MS Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II) alighting from car and being saluted by guard of honour as she mounts steps. MS the Princess shaking hands with the Bishop of Gibraltar, the Right Reverend Cecil Douglas Horsley, who then shakes hands with Sir Gerald Greasey, Governor of Malta. MS Earl Louis Mountbatten arriving with wife Edwina and daughter Pamela.

    MS choirboys in procession to the cathedral. MS the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Geoffrey Fisher, in procession. Elevated LS procession entering cathedral. MS the facade of the cathedral. CU's Princess Elizabeth and the Bishop of Gibraltar chatting as they walk down steps, pan to Sir Gerald Greasey following. MS pan round with Archbishop of Canterbury as he enters cathedral. MS Bishop of Gibraltar in procession. MS choir girls and boys in procession.

    MS Canon Hicks leading Princess Elizabeth and the Mountbattens out of cathedral. The Princess stops to chat to Bishop. CU Archbishop of Canterbury in procession. MS Admiral Sir Arthur Power arriving. MS Major General and Mrs G W E Heath arriving. MS Air Vice Marshal and Mrs M H D'Alth arriving.

    MS Archbishop and others standing on steps of cathedral. CU Bishop of Gibraltar and Canon Hicks standing on steps. Elevated shots of crowd watching. MS Archbishop of Canterbury taking up position on steps for royal party to leave. MS Princess shaking hands with Bishop of Gibraltar and Canon Hicks. MS Bishop of Gibraltar.

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    Unissued unused
    British Pathé
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    Available on request
    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:08:16:00 / 01:10:28:00
    UN 2209 A

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