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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - April 3, 1730, London, Middlesex Daily GbuMrit; 8887-. Friday, April 3, 1730. the fame Chaplain, ... uuc&j �im the Queen was at that Mafs in her Gallery. , In the Afternoon, their Majeftie^s heard a Sermon r reached by the Biftiopof Cifteronj and after it, Velpers fung to Mufick. On the 5 th, being Paffion-Wednefday^ the Queen went to the Parifh-Church antj heard Mafs, and afterwards receiv'd* the Communion from the Hands of the Cardinal de Fleury, her great Almoner. The fame Day, the King and Queen heard the Oifice De "tenebris fung to Mufick in cbeCh? pelof theCaftle. This Dr.y, being Thurfday in Paffion-Week,. tbc King heard a Sermon upon the Supper, preached by Father John Francis, a Capuchin j after which, the JBifhop of Tulles pronounced xhe Abfolution. Afterwards; the King wafli*dj|e^eet of twelve Poor Men, and his Majefty Waited upon them at Table: The Duke of Bourbon; Great; Matter of the King's Houfhold, at the Head of the Stewards* went before the Diflies, which were ferved up by the Duke of Orleans, the Count de Charolois, the Count, de Clermont, the Prince de Dombes, the Count d'�u, the Count de Toulouze, and bis Majefty's principal Officers. After that Ceremony, the King went to the Chappel.of the Caftle, where his Majefty heard high Mafs, affifted at the Procef-fion, and afterwards at Vefpers* The Queen affifted at the fame Offices in her Gallery. In the Afternoon, the Queen heard a Sermon upon the Supper, preached by the Abbot de Roze, Canon, of .Soiflpns; and the Cardinal de Fleury, her Majefty's Great Almoner, having pronounced the Abfola-tion; he.r Majefty waftied the Feet of ix poor Maids, and waited upon them at Table, the Marquis de ViUacerf, Firft Matter of the Queen s Houfhold, at tbeHead of her Majefty's other Stewards, walk'd before the Difhes, which were brought up by Mademoifelle de Clermont, Mademoifelle de la Roche fur Yon,' by the Ladies of Honour, and the other Ladies of the Court. After that Ceremony, the. King and Queen heard the Office De Henebris fung to Mufick In the Chappel pf theCaftle.. On tb'e 4th, Count iClaffei,. AmbfTaador Extraordinary of the'King of: Sardinia, hid a Private Audience of his Majefty, to which he was conducted by M. Hebef r, Ihtrodu&or of AmbaiTadors, who iafterwards conducted him ro an Audience of the Queen. , Paris, April 8. N. S. On the 3d Inftant; the parliament, who had reeeiv'd the King's Orders by^he jfaarquis de Dreif*; Great Matter of the Ceremonies, affembled the Bed of Juftice which his Majefty bad refolded to, hold. The King fet out from Ver-failles, having, in bis Coach the Princes of the Blood and his Great Officers, furrounded by the Troops of his Houfhold that have the Honour to attend him upon his journeys, and arrived about Half an Hour after Ten at the Holy Chappel, where he heard Mafs. Four Presidents a Mortier and fix Counfel-lors came thither to receive the King, and conduct him to the Great Chamber, where his Majefty feated bimfelf under a Canopy in.his Bed of Juftice: All the Seats being taken in the uiual manner, the Chancellor of France declared the King's Intentionst and the Motives which had determined his Maje-.ty to hold bis Bed of Juftice., Afterwards the firft Prefident fpoke in the Name of the Parliament, and the King's Counfel having deliver'd their Conclufidns, the Chancellor of France collected all the Votes j and having given his. Majefty an Account pf theiri, he pronounced the Reg i ft ring of the De. ciaration of the 24th paft, wherein the King again exprefTes his Intentions with regard to the Execution of the Pope's Bulls iflued a-gainft Janfenifm, atad to that of the Conftiiju-tion Vnigenitus. The King went from hjs Bed of Juftice with the, fame Ceremonies as were obferved when his Majefty came to it. < , (. An engroffed Bill, entitled, An A3 for repair^ ihg the Road leading' from She City -of Dublin. 14 Kilcullen Bridge in the County of Kildare* was read the third Time. . Refohed, That the Bill d0 pafs.. . 1 r . Ordered, That Mr. Bourkt do carry the laid Bill to the Lords, and acquaint them, that this Hdnlc hath paffed the fame, and defire their Concur-tence thereunjoi � - . , tr. Ap engrofTed Bill, entitled, mAB for repffcZ ipg the R*�d ktiivifhm ihe City y Dublin tfj in
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