London Gazette, September 7, 1762

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London Gazette (Newspaper) - September 7, 1762, London, Middlesex From Curf&fi? September 7, to featurDQf September 11, 1762. A T the Council Chamber Whitehall, the 9th of September 1762, PR E S E N T, The Lords of His Majefty's moft Honourable -Privy Council. I S Majefty having been gracioufly pleafed to A ^ deliver thby him been prefented to His Majeity : Which Addrefs His Majefty was pleafed to receive very gracioufly. To the King's moft Excellent Majefty. E the Mayor, Recorder, and Capital Burgefles of your Ancient Borough of Shaftori otherwife Shaftesbury in the County of Dorfet ; Humbly take Leave to prefent to your Majefty th'.fe faint Expreffions of our Joy for the happy Delivery of the Queen, and Recovery of Her 1-ieilthy and the Birch of the Ro_*ai Prince. A Joy, daisied by Gratitude for the Happinefs we now enjoy, and by Intereif, as this Event enlarges our Profpecl of ka Continuance. May the Divine Providence protect, and raife up the young Prince from his Infancy ifr Health and Strength ! Above all, may he grow upv in the Love of every Virtue that can render him the Delight of his Royal Parents ! And, when Heaven {hall call your Majeity from this Earthly Crown to a' greater, may he, like you, think that he was born; for the Good of his Kingdoms! May he look on the Happinefs of his Subjects as his chief Preroga-. tive ! And may he efteem the willing Obedience of a; free and brave People as the brighteft Jewel of his' Crown ! In Teftimony whereof, we the Mayor, Recorder, and Capital Burgefles, in Common Council af-ferribled in the New Guildhall in the faid Borough, have hereunto fet our Hit ds, and caufed our Common Seal to be affixed, the Fourth Day of September, in the Year of our Lord, One Thoufand Seven hundred and Sixty Two. -The following Addrefs of the Mayor, High" Steward, Recorder, Bailiffs, AJdexrnen and Capital Burgefles of the Borough(pf Dorehefter in the County of Dorfet, haying been tranfmitted by the Earl of Shaftesbury, High Steward of the faid Borough, to the Right Honourable Mr. Secretary Grenville, has by him been prefented to His Majefty.: Whkh Ad-, drefs His Majefty was pleafed to receive very gracioufly. To the King's moft Excellent Majefty.. WE the. Mayor, High Steward, Recorder,. Bat*, lifFs, Aldermen and Capital Burgefles of the . Borough ofDorch.ller in the County of Dorfet j�. Beg Leave to otTer to your Majefty this Teftimony-. of our Joy on the happy Delivery of the Queen, and Birth of the Royal Prince' A Joy, as fincere. as is our Gratitude, for the Bleflings of your Majefty's Government. May your Subjects enjoy thefe many, many Years ! In the mean Time, may the Prince improve in every Grace of Body and Mind! May his ;

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