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London Gazette (Newspaper) - November 9, 1762, London, Middlesex Jjuiflb. 10260. From CtwtBa? Noveinber to fkastaSrg November 13, 1762. the Council Chamber tPTAtehali, the 10th -PRESENT, The LqiSs of His Majefty's mo4 Honourable . Privy Coancii. IT; is this Day ordered is Council, That the Embargo, at prefent fabfiftiag upon Ships and Veflels laden, or to be laden, 10 die Ports of Great Britain .and Ireland, with Provifions, be taken off. And the Right Honourable the Lords Commiffioners of His Majefty's Treafury, the Lords Commiffioners of the Throne^o� the&Kagd&n 9. . � Fully iehfible of the many ^leflitigi enjoy onder'your -Majefty's Goverftmentj morV;e>rneiiJy, befeechfte Almighty t� fx&tvc ypur-Majegly, youi Royal Conibrt, and Ae/J'riw of Wales j'amJtp 1 graotj that your Majefty** Refga, tf*er a �tet and * hsgpy People, may he Jong and .prosperous ^ and thaldkeremay nevecbe wanting an Heir, immediately tefcerided Train, your Majefty, to jb^erit your.Ma-iefty's ViaafB, and to faceted to the Crown of thefe Sennit cs SifceWife to taJtMhij; Oppordnity' of ^(tpf^|ng tpjrottt Ma&ftjrojtf rfioii hmiy Concur* f;Pr?o> Mzfm&i -rente in the general of the whole Nation, sn the late glorious SucceTs of yoar Majefty's Forces, in the Redu&ion of the" valuable and important Town and Poft of the Havaiinah, and in the weakening your Majefty's ^Baeraies, by taking fo great a Number of their Capital Ships. . The foltowiaj^Ajfirels of the High Sheriff, Nobility, Gentry, and Clergy of the County of Nottingham, has been prefen^d to His Majefty by the Right Honourable Lord Robert Sattoxi, one of their Reprefentatives in Parliament, being introduced by the Lord of His: Majefty's Bed-Chamber itt Waiting : Which ,Addre&, His Majefty was pleafeS to receive very gr^ciJofiy.' To the,King's^ rooft Excellent Majefty, The humble Addrefs of the High Sheriff, No&ilityi Gentry, and Clergy of the County of Nottingham, affembled at Nottingham the 13th of October, 176Z. WE your Majefty's moft dutiful and loyal Sub-jecls, the High Sheriff, Nobility, Gentry, and Clergy of the County of Nottingham, humbly bet Leave to congratulate your Majefty upon the fafe ifelivsty of your Royal Confcrt the Q"een> and the Birth of a Prince^ Heir' Apparent to he Grown of thefo Realms. We are truly fenfibjfi that theTafejoaj&eeabfe Enjoyment of our Religion an'd'XibeHes;* and all that is valuable and dear, to us, 'depends upon the lafling EftablHhment of the Proteftant Succeflion hi your Majefty's Auguft Honfe; and therefore our Hearts are filled" with.the firicereft Joy. upon thi| aufpicipus Event, which, enlargetn our Proipect of the Continuance of'thefrBIeffings to furtire Age?. Permit us, moft gradous Sovereign, to embrace this Oppoitunity 0/ further congratuttthrg your Majefty upon the:gterjous56ic^efsJ,:wiA.which;it hath pleafed ifhe Supreme Difpdfer- of all Events.to blefi your Majefty's Fleets and Armies at theHavannah: This moft feafonable and important Conque^ gained by the diftinguiftied Courage andGaUantry of Bririih Forces, giveth us the. mbft pleafingAfturance x>i-what may,hej^aftsr be expeded from them upon every Gstafion, where the Honour and Intereft of your Majefty's Crowa and Kingdoms are concerned. , We mo& earneftly implore the King of. Kings tti grant your Majefty a Jong and. prosperous Reign over an obedjenc and gratefal People^ as well for iherProfpejiiy. of theft Nations, as, the good of all Europe 1 and that.: die ^appt^efe we enjoy under your wile artd juft AdroinilVat^on, may be continttei by 3^ Race of Princes descended from your Majeftyi and nding:-�fter your bright an4 pious Example-, td titir Iatefti'ofterity. The fbiowiug AdJrefT of '$�vllagjfbrles ahH Common-Council of the City of Glafgow, has-been picftmad no Hi's Mj^y by thf Right Hoii. &e
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