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London Gazette (Newspaper) - August 24, 1762, London, Middlesex 1 1 From ucftag-Auguft 24, to. SoutHa? Auguft 28, 1762. . Si, James's, Auguft 27. HIS Day the following Addrefs of the Univerfity of Oxford was prefented; to His Majefty by the Rev. Dr. Brbwne, , Vice-Chan- Provoft of Queen's cellor ; accompanied by the Earl of Litchfield their High Stew ..id-; and above One Hundred Doctors in the feveral Faculties, and Mailers of Arts ; amoftgft \vhom were his Grace the Lord ArcK-Biftiopof Canterbury ; Earl Talbot, Lord Steward of (His Majefiy*? Houfehold ; Earl of Egremorit, and the Right Hinourable George Grenville, Efq; His Majefty's Principal Secretaries of State ; Earl of Northampton ; Earl of Anglefey ; Earl of Bath; Lord James Manners; Lord Edward Bentinck ; Lord Vifcoiint Stormont ; Lord Willoughby de Broke ; Honourable Mr. fVtzmaurice; Honourable and Jlt^erend Dr. Barring ton ; Sir John Shaw, Bart. ; SirR 'hard Glynn, Bart.; Sir Francis Blalce Delaval, Knigh: of the Bath ; General Guyfe ; and feveral other Pertbris of Difiindtion. r To the King's molt Excellent Majefty. Moft gracious Sovereign, E your Majefty's mod faithful and loyal Sub- jects, the Chancellor, Mafters and Scholars of your Univcriity of Oxford; humbly beg Leave to felicitate your Majefty on the fafe Delivery of the Queen, and the happy Birch of a P/ince, Heir Apparent to the Lupenal Crown of thefe Realms ; an Event, which hath Hitherto been the Object of our moft ardent Withes, and affords us at prefent a moil defirable Occafion of unfeigned Congratulations. The Jnterefts of Prince and People are To intimately and iniTparably connected with each other, that every Increafe of the Sovereign^ publick or private Felicity mull neceflarily bring along with it an Acceffion of Happinefs and Profperity to the Subjeft- Permit us :hen. Dread Sir, to indulge our-felves in the ple-fing Profpett of a numerous'Royal Progeny ; and that the many and great Bleffings, which we owe, next under God, to your Majefty's moft aufpicious Government, will,1 by the Protection of Providence over a long Race %f Illoftrious Princes to com.-, be tranfmitted down fecureto the remoteft Period of Tioie, . ;-. , Under a lively and grateful Senfe-of fuch'inefti-mable Benefits, we fhall nevei" ceafe to offer up our hearty Thinks, and earned Prayers to Heaven, that thefeoyal Infant may long Jive and enjoy the inex-prefiible Advantages of Parental Precepts and Example ; and, in a due Courfe of Years, may fucceed to the Throne of His Anceftors ; exhibiting from thence to Pofterity a fhining Pattern of all thofe amiable Virtues, which, in your Mujefty's Royal Perfon> add the higheft Luftre and Dignity to the Britifli Diadem, Given at ourHoufe of Convocation this 23d Day ejfenttally, and equally intereftled. the Univerfity of Oxford may be ajfured of the Continuance of My Pre� tecJion, and Favour* They were all received vhry gracioufly; had tKS Honour td kifs His Majefty*s Hand; and were admitted to fee the.Prince. . . ; Juftices eutenant * ry w t----- --- WeftmPrelandV having been James Lowt tenant of , the laid County, to the Right Honourable Mr. Secretary Grenville, has by him been yrefentecl to Hu Majefty: Which Addrefc His Majefty was pleafed to receive very 'gracipuEffy.. . To the-King's moft Excellent Mqeft�, The humble Addrefs ,pf.the Lord Lieutenant, Juftices of tK? Peac^, GentJvm^n, Clergy, and^reca holders of the County of .Weftmoreland. . / May it fleafe your Majefty- of Weftrao Juftices of the Peace, id Freeholders;of tbs Leave the County of Weftmoreland, affembled at the Affizes held for the faid County y on the 19th Day of Auguft, 1762. May it pleafe your Majefty; E your Majefty's moft dutiful arid loyal Sab-je&s, the Grand Jury, Juftices of the Peace* Gentlemen, Clergy,; and Freeholders of the County *7*HE Duty and Zeal exprefed. to Me, and My\oi Weftmoreland, at the Affizes aiTembled, with ' J r - 1 Hearts full of Auguft, in the Year of our Lord, 1762. To which" Addrefs His Majefty was pleafed to return the following moft gracious Anfwer. fei-.t our moft unfeigned Congratulations to your Majefty on theBirth of a-Prince. ; This moft happy interefting Event hatkfilled t Heart of;every true Briton* wuh the g/eateft tations of Joy and Tfh*
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