Dublin Gazette, April 23, 1737

Dublin Gazette

April 23, 1737

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Issue date: Tuesday, April 23, 1737

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - April 23, 1837, Dublin, Dublin 1028 The Dublin Dp From SATURDAY April the 2 to TUESDAY the By an Ordinance of th King A Continuation of the laft Pacquets of the joth pa his Majefty that for the future all the Officers of his Army when they are at their whether in or rheic March Quarters in the open or on a hall wear their Uniterm exprefly forbidding I T is fettled and agreed that the them either ro wear any other to add Infante Don whom the King has any fuperfluous or make any Altera juft named High Admiral of the Monar tions in their or waift or any o in that fend his Ma ther Part of their from what is fee jellys Orders to all Marine and Sea Offi down in the Ordinance of the 2yth of February cersofthe The Day that the Prince for the and the i7th of May 173 wasvefted with that he was dref fortheHorfe and as for the Officers of Dra fed in the Uniform ot a Sea the King goons his Majefty that their Coats and delivered him the Admirals richly adorn waiftcoats as well as in the be of ed recommending him tofill the Cloth or other like his Poft the Honour which became a Prince without any other Lining than or anv of his The Duke de whom Gold or Silver Lace on the Coatsor waiftcoats the King made a Grandee of Spain of the firft The Buttons arealfo to be gilt or Silver fame received upon thatOccafion on Wooden except thofe ths flew Marks of his Majeftys Goodnefs In crea Uniform of whofe Regiments have white Button fays the King to and then they may have their Buttons nun to let you know how much I am fattsfied with and Buttonholes of Silver bur withouc our Qondutt m any Lace or any fuperfluous Ornament the March We have received whole under Pain of being be a Copy of the Grand Viziers Anfwer to The Ceremony ut baptizing the Dauphin and Count Konigfeggs md perceive that the Mefdames de France is fixd for Saturday Drift of the Porte is only to gain and frufand all the Preparations for it are now tfateRuffia of thofe Advantages he might gain The Cardinal de Lord High tyan early For thefe Reafons the Almoner of is to perform theCeremony Czarina is reiolved to rnake the moft he can of the Duke of Orleans and her Royal his the Forces he has now on to take the Field are to be Godfather and Godmother to as Conn as ever theSeafon and to drive the and the neareft Princes and Prin onthe War with all poffible cefles of the Blood are to ftand Godfathers and Afril Our laft Advices from Godmothers to Mefdames de Nobody the Frontiets of Turkey that the Porte negwill be admitted into the Royal Chapel of the Wsnothingon her Side tor a Palace without a except the Ambafla andhastor thatEffeft aflembled all the fmall dors and Ministers ot Foreign for whom Craft inthe withadefign to fend Places are appointed imo the where they may be who is lately not in cafe of in tranfporting Troops Licenfer of the but Corrector of the Book Affiftance of the We talk here of fellors and has begun his new Office new Convention between the Emperor of the with an of Authority which has made the Romans and the Emprefs of by which moll audacious ot them Being in tnc two Imperial Courts engage themfelveS netormdthat a BookfeDorat Amiens had caufed to make Peace with the without the the Provincial and other Books otthac aqd Confent of each Stamp to be he compkundotit to the Chancellor ;

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