These several measures being taken, the czar publishes an ordonnance in Moscow for acknowledging a new empress.
On the 27th this ordonnance was confirmed in Parliament amidst loud cheers.
She summoned the companies of ordonnance to the capital, and caused them to renew their oaths of fidelity to the king.
The "bands of ordonnance" were very few in number, and were to guard the frontier.
Sportsmen may learn that partridge shooting was prohibited between March 15th and July 15th by an ordonnance of MM.
In the ordonnance of Edward II., 1315, there is no allusion to such a general jurisdiction.
The ordonnance as printed by Laurire and Isambert is of 1287.
Moreover, if any persons were then in durance contrary to the provisions of the ordonnance, they were to be set at liberty.
French law was codified in the 17th century by the “ordonnance de 1673.”
The same variety is found in the arrangement, or ordonnance, of the columns, both in the interior and exterior of their buildings.