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And be it further enacted, That the Number of Private Men serving for the Militia of the City of London and the Liberties thereof, shall be Six hundred, to be formed into One Regiment, consisting of Eight Companies, besides a Grenadier and Light Infantry Company; the Field Officers shall be One Colonel, One Lieutenant Colonel, and One Major, and there shall be One Captain, One Lieutenant, and One Ensign to each Company, except to the Grenadier and Light Infantry Companies, to each of which there shall be appointed Two Lieutenants instead of One Lieutenant and One Ensign ; and the Clerk of the said Commissioners shall cause to be inserted in the London Gazette the Date of the Commissions, and Names and Rank of the Officers, together with the Names of the Officers in whose Room they are appointed, in like Manner as Commissions in the Army are published from the War Office; and the Expence of such Insertions in the Gazette shall be allowed to the said Clerk in passing his Accounts.
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