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Seeing that Parliament has Voted Ten Thousand Pound for Jewels I suppose that Yr Gift cannot be Comprised in it They must be chosen, & I have therefore added Bridge to come to Windsor with those She had bespoke which far exceed that Sum that She may choose what She likes best of them & by following Her own Taste Nobody can be blamed af to the Selection of them. As far as relates to the Female attendants upon the Royal Family, which all must be present at the Wedding I have taken Care to Inform them that they are to appear without Hopes but with Trains, [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] furhter My Orders cannot go, but You must be so kind as to have those orders put into the Papers & that Soon, for Nobody will bespeak Clothes Unlefs they are sure of being there