Dublin Gazette, December 12, 1710

Dublin Gazette

December 12, 1710

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Issue date: Friday, December 12, 1710

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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - December 12, 1810, Dublin, Dublin Z Z UBL1 From December to Saturday December Ince our laft arrived Five Packets from Great Britain which brought Three Holland November N Saturday laft the Parliament and Her Majefty being come to the Houfe of the Commons were fent and ordered to chufc their which they did that nd Bromley Member of Parliament for the Wverfity of Oxford was Yefterday the Queen jme to the Houfe and after the Commons had their Her Majefty made a moft gra fcious Speech to both which is as follows My Lords and I by Catting this appear the Con fidence i place in the Duty and Affeclionojf my Subjects and 1 meet you here with the greateft having no eafon to but that I fall find fuch as vill add new Life to our aid entirely difappoint the Hopes of our To this end I frail recommend to you what is absolutely necejfstry for our Common 7he carrying on the War in its but particularly in with the utmoft is the likelieft with Gods to procure a fafe and honourable Peace for and all our whofe Support and Intereft I have truly at For J muft ask from Gentlemen of the Houfe of the neteffary Supplies for the next Tears Service and let me put you in that nothing will add fo much to their Efficacy as Unanimity and Dij without gy eat mention that the and other are burthened with heavy which fo faraffecl the Publick that moft earneftly dffireyoutofindfome way to anfwer thofe toprevent the like for the time to The Juftice of Par in fatisfying former being the cer tain way for preferring and eftablijbing National lamjeafibly touched with what my People fujfer by this long and expenfive to which when it fiall pleaje to put an the ftourijbing Condition of my Subjects fall be as much my as their Safety is at My Lords and The Eyes both of Friends and Enemies are upon you The way to give Spirit to the one9 and to defeat the reftlefs Ma lice of the is to proceed in fuch manner as becomes Britifh I fall in the plaineft Words tell you my and J do this with the greater becaufe I depend upon their being agreeable I am to Support and Encourage the Church of England as by Lwo Eftablijlied To preferve the Britifli Conftitution according to the Union And w maintain the Indulgence by Law allowed to Scru pulous all thefe may be tranfmitted to Pofteritfa IfosM employ none but fuch as are heartily for the Proteflant Sue ceffim in ike Houje of tbf Intereft of which Family no P erf on an be woie truly concerned for than my Taefe and your Concurrence with me iuafteady Purfuit of will beft manifeft jour Zeal jor our for the Intereft of our for your own and for my humble A DD R E S S of the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament Af Die Mart is WE Tour moft Loyal tbf Lords Spiritual Temporal in parlhment prefent our humble and hearty Thanks for Majeflys moft Gracious Excellent Speech at the Open ing this and particularly for the great Confidence Tour is pleasd to place in the Duty jjffticion tfyour We Conceive it to be of the bigbeft to on the War tvith Vigour in all its and particularly m in order to Procure a Sjfe Honourable peace Tour Majefty may be Affurd roe jhaB Concur in aU rea fonable Alethods to that vie humbly hope Tour Majeftysgrett Example roiH Engage all Tour to Gyn with Tour in doing tbair utmoft to the feme We have the ffappinefs to agree entirely with Tour Maje fty in thefeveral Tou havi declared fo plainly and affectionately to Tour Parliament And think our f elves to repeat our Thanks for Tour Majeflys Care to tranfmit the Bleffings of Tour Reign to by Securing the Protfftant Succtffion in the Houfe of We cannot alfo but have a particular Satisfaction in tbf Affurances Tour has given to Maintain and Encou rage the Church of England as by Law which is the firmeft Support of the and tbe jlrongeft De fence againft We hare no more to but that roe JhaS carefully en deavour in all our to proceed with that Una nimity and Uifpatch as may give tbe greateft Weight to them And to Affure Tour that nothing fall be wanting on our pah tofatisfiethe that with an un jhaktn Zeal we will coftantly Defend Tour Mayflys Royal ancL on which our Safety and pinefs fo much Her MAJESTIES moft Gracious My I Am very glad to find 1 have your Concurrence in the fiefolu tioml to youy and give you Thanks for this of to and Zeal for tbe Publick Letters from of paft that an Italian in the Ser vice confifting of had blockH up at a diftance and that was to join 5000 in order to attack r They write from that a Lieutenant is adjudged to the Gallies during for being concerned in a late Plot to betray the Fortrefs oi Exifes into the Hands of the Both Armies are marched into the Winter Quartersaffigned Tis that the Czar of Mufcovy offers to annex Livonia to Ger and tofurnifh his contingent of Troops for that if he be recognized as a State or Member of the r Yefterday a French Party feized about a having on Board 2 Officers and 24 Recruits tor the Regiment of and carried them Priioners to The States of the Prin cipality of Liege offered to pay 100000 to be exempted from Quartering Soldiers in that buc the at the inftigation of Prince have this Letters from of the 29th paft that King Charles had not only evacuated Ma but Toledo too and that his whole Army was marching in good order for by the way of Cuenca and The fame Letters that the Spanifli Generals and VxUcfa were purfuing the Enemy buc that it was not they up with When the Enemy left they fet at Liberty all the Ladies they had forced to go Letters from Per pignan of the 2oth paft that part of the Troops from Daupbine are arrived but are fo much that they are not able to undertake any ;

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