London Gazette, October 19, 1762

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London Gazette (Newspaper) - October 19, 1762, London, Middlesex umfc. 10254.' From CutfOag Q Majefty'sever dutiful and .loyal Subjects, 10 exprefs our exceeding great Joy on the Birth, of the Pi ince, and the Safety of the Queen.. We doubt not but by your Majefty's Inductions and Example, his Royal Highnefs will prove the Support of our Conftitucion in-Church and State. We likewife defire to congratulate your Majefty on the Important Conqueftof the Hayannah. May you, Great Sir, and your. Pofterity, reap the' Benefits of a Juft, a Glorious, and a Lafting Peace. And may unerring Wifdom fo guide your Steps, that the Affections of your People may increafe' with the Number of jour Days, and future Ages, with grate-, ful Admiration, commemorate the Happinefc of your Majefty's Reign. , . - - - The following Addrefs of the Bailiffs, BurgefTes^ and Commonalty of the. Corporation of Ipfwich in [ the County of Suffolk, has been .prefented to His ' Majefty by Thomas Staunton,_Efq; one of'their Re-, prefentativ'es in Parliament, being introduced by the" Lord of His Majefty's Bed-Chamber in Waiting Which Addrefs His Majefty was pleafed to receive ' very gracioufly. '�. . ] To the King's moft Excellent Majefty, ' The humble Addrefs of the Bailiffs, Burgeifes, and CommoE&lgr ;

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