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London Gazette (Newspaper) - November 13, 1762, London, Middlesex $2u.nfr. 10261 i From ^arursap November 13, to ^JueCDap November 16, 1762. Hambourg, November 9. 'E hear from Berlin, that the King of PrufTia was to crofs the Elbe at Torgau as the 6th InSant, with Fifteen Battalions, in order to reinforce Prince Henry's Army in Saxony, and to endeavour to dif-- lodge the Enemy, from that Electorate, before he ends the Campaign, His Pruflian Majefty has left the".Command of his Army in Silefia, during his Abfence; to the Prince of Bevern. The Nurmber of Prifoners, which his Royal High-nefs Prince H�nry of PrufEa made at the Battle of ' tH.e-.29chpafi near Freyberg, oyer a Combined Army of -Auftrians and .Troops'of. the Empire, commanded by the Prince .of Stolberg,. confifts in one Lieutenant General, Baron de Rodt; one Colonel, one Major, twenty-four Captains, forty one Lieutenants, and eleven Enfigqs, and four thoufand one hunded and feventy-four private. Men, befides one hundred arid fifty-nine under Officers'. The Artillery taken is, twe'nty-feven Pieces of Cannon, with nine Standards and Colours. St. jfames's, No-vember 16. The following'Addrefs of the High Sheriff, Lord Lieutenant, Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of Montgomery, having been tranfmitted to Earl Powis, has'been prefented to His Majefty by the Earl of Halifax, one of His Majefty's Principal Secretaries of State : Which Addrefs 'His Majefty was pleafed to receive very gracioufly. ,.; To the King's molt Excellent Majefty. "Mofigracious Sovereign, . WE your Majefty's moft dutiful and loyal Sub* jedli, . die High Sheriff, Lord Lieutenant}' Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of Montgomery,-.beg Leave to approach your Royal Prefeb.ce with oar moit joyful Congratulations on the Aufpicious Birth. of a Prince, and the Recovery of the Queen. We want. Words .to defcribe how warmly we are affected with the. Events, fo highly intereftmg to the �etomeftick Felicity of your Majefty and your Royal Confort, and to the Welfare of all your faithful Subjedts.. May Heaven . grant the longeft Duration to this Felicity ; and may your Majefties be blefTed with a numerous Progeny, to tranfmk the great Examples of their Illuftrious Parents, and perpetuate the Blef-fings. of your Reign, to future Ages.- The following Addrefs of the Bailiffs, BurgefTes,. .and Commonalty of the Borough of Montgomery, having been rranfmitted to Earl Powis, has been prefented to His Majefty by the Earl of Halifax, one of His Majefty's Principal .Secretaries of State : Which Addrefs His Majefty was pleafed to receive very gracioufly. To- the. King's molt Excellent'Majefty. May it phaft your Majejly, WE your Majefty's mo(b % the. Honourable John Grey, Efq,- and Lieutenant. General- Whkmore, their Reprefericatives ;n Parlia-; ment, being introduced by the Lord of His Majeftjr'S-Bed-Chamber in Waiting : Which Addrefs His Majefty was pleafed to receive very gracioufly. -Moji Gracious Sovereign, ' E your Majefty's meft dutiful 2nd loyal Sub-, , jects, the Bailiffs and BurgefTes of Bridgnorth,-in Common Hall aftembled, hu; happy, and .glorious, and that your Dependents may fvvay the Britifh Sceptre to lateft Pofterity. .- The following Addrefs. of the Mayor,r.Recorder^ Aldermen, Town Clefk,'Chamberlain-,"AlEflants, and Principal Inhabitants of the Borough "of 'Hertford, 'in the County of Hertford, - has" been prefented to His Majefty by John^. Calvert and Timothy Cafwell, Efqrs. their Reprefentatives in Parliamenty and Mr! Field, Recorder, being introduced by the Lord of His Majefty's Bed-Chamber in Waiting i Which Addrefs His Majefty was pleafed to receive very gracioufly. . \ To the King's mofr Excellent Majefty, The humble^ddrefs of the Mayor, Recorder, Al-dermen^.;-^)wn Clerk, Chamberlain, Affiftants,
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