X Great seal of Ireland. E+W+S+N.I.
And the great seal of Ireland may, if his Majesty shall so think fit, after the union be used in like manner as before the union except where it is otherwise provided by the foregoing articles, within Ireland, and his Majesty may, so long as he shall think fit, continue the privy council of Ireland, to be his privy council for Ireland.
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