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London Gazette (Newspaper) - November 30, 1762, London, Middlesex From Ctlrffea?. November 30, to ^atur&ag December 4, 1762 Be ajjured, that no Endeavour on My Part Jhqll be wanting to promote the- Sacred Inter efts- of Chriftian Piety > and of Moral Virtue y and to tranfmit'to Pofte^ rity our prefent tnoft happy Conftitution. r The following Addrefs of the High Sheriff, Nobility, Gentry, and Clergy-of the County Palatine of Lancafter, has been prefented to His Majefty ;* Which Addrefs His Majefty was pleafed to receive very gra* cioufly. - The humble Addrefs of the High Sheriff, Nobility* Gentry, and Clergy of the County Palatine of Lancafter, - j FN full Confidence of .your Majefty's gracious and L ufual Condefcenfion in.Receiving the Con^ratula- St. James's* December 4. IPTM' '^HE following Addrefs of the Archbifhop, fi . Biftiops and Clergy of the Province of Canterbury, in Convocation affembled, has,been prefented to His Majefty. Moft gracious Sovereign^ E your Majefty's moil loyal and dutiful Sub-jefts, the Archbilhop, Bilhops and Clergy ' of the Province of Canterbury, in Convocation af-* fembfed, beg Leave to take the firft Occafion of jointly congratulating your Majefty, on the Blefling, for wfhich we have feparately offered up our fervent Thanksgivings to God, of His vouchfafing, and, that fo early, to you and your excellent Confbrt the Queen; a Son to inherit the Crown of thefe Realms. ..' We feel a very,fenfible Pleafure from the Increafe of your Majefty's domeftick 'Felicity, in the Addition of Paternal to Conjugal Tendernefs. But our Views extend much further; and; as we owe-to your Auguft Houfe the Prefervation of every Thirfg dear to us as Men or Chriftians, and have found each of your IUuftrious Anceftors' faithful .Guardianr'of alf ihofe diftinguifhed Advantages, .which we e'fjjoy to the �i eight under your Majefty's gracious Government'; fo we truft, that Providence hath deflgned us Pledge of the Perpruity of our Happinefs, in giving us 3 Prince defcended from fuch Prcg^hkors. For we know, that his-hereditary good Difpofitions will be follkitoufly ftaengthned and improved by the daily Inftruftion and Example of his Parents; who will complete their Merit.to thefe Nations, by forming his youthful Mind to the Love of Religion, of Liberty, of our Civil and Ecclefiaftical ConJtitu-tion ; to a judicious Zeal for the Profperity of Great Britain, and a" fincere Benevolence to Mankind in general. tions of your Subjects, we humbly prefnme to offer our Tribute of Joy upon this happy Occafion of yo.ur Royal Conforms fafe Delivery of an Heir to thefe Kingdoms ; at the fame Tinie alluring your Majefty, tlue it is our hearty Wilh, ^rid (hall be our confta/it Prayer, That the new-born Prince may poftefs every Virtue that'can make his M.emory dear to a grateful People; and (nourifhed in a Veneration for -u Laws- and * Constitutions of thefe your Kingdoms) may long continue the Joy of his Parent's, and the Blefting of his Country. The following Addrefs of the High Sheriff, Juftices of die Peace, Gentlemen and Clergy of the County of Hereford, has been prefented to His; Majefty; Which Addrefs His Majefty was pleafed to receive very gracionily. To the King's moft Excellent Majefty, The h umble" Addrefs of the High Sheriff, Juftices of-the Peace, Gentlemen and Clergy of the County of Hereford. Moft Gracious Sovereign, E the High Sheriff, Juftices of the Peace, Gentlemen and Clergy of the County of Hereford* May thefe pleafing Labours be fucce�>ful in the higheft Degree. May the Royal Infant-grow up in Health and Strength, become the Joy and Boaft of the Publicly by every vxluabie Attainment, delighr j your Majellies by the moil; affectionate Duty- and f -r , ^ ~ � no j a* n ^ -i ,k �iy uur humble and dutiful Congratulations on the happy Recovery of the Queen, and the Birth of a Prince. The Happinefs we at prefent enjoy under your4 j aufpicious Reign, receives the greateft'Addition your faithful Subjefts could wifh, .by the Profped of its gtn or Days mercifully granted you; and, bGrn at the Dawning of Peace, may he fee all his Life, the People of this Land reaping the beneficial Fruits of it to the utmoft*. It fhall be our -confeiemious Care to remind our Fellow Subjects of the inefiimable Privileges which they poffefs ; and the glorious Expectations which they may juftly entertain � for thcmfelves and their Pofterity, from your Majefty and your xFamily, if they will fecure the Divine Protection by leading thankfully quiet ano peaceable Lives in Godlinels and Honefty, as their holy Profeflion requires. . And we moft .dutifully irittvac the Continuance of your Majefty's'Attention to the facred Jnterefts of Chriftian Piety and Moral Virtue, which we are fully fatisfted you have deeply at Heart. To which Addrefs His Majefty was pleafed to return the following moft gracious Anfvver. My Lords, and the reft of the Cjergy, jjT Accept nvith Thanks thefe neiv^Afurances ef yozcr Regard to the S?keen ; and fee
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