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London Gazette (Newspaper) - December 4, 1762, London, Middlesex 3um&. 10267. 1?. 1762. St. James's, December 7. /P""'fiB "^HE following Addrefs of the Mayor, Al-l dermen, and Citizens of the City of He- Jretord, has. been prefenfed to His Ma-jelly : Which Addrefs His Majefty was pleafed to receive very gracioufly. To the King's moil Excellent Majefty, The humble Addrefs of the Mayor, Aldermen, and Citizens of the City of Hereford, in Common Council affembled. Moft gracious Sovereign, WE your autiiul and loyal Subjects, the Mayor, Aldermen, and Citizen* of the City of Hereford, beg Leave to approach your molt Sacred Majefty with our iincere Congratulacious on ;he Birtn of an Heir Apparent to-your Crown'; and the happy Recovery of our gracious Queen. Your People are nearly inu-rdted in, and joyfully partake of, your Majelty's Happineis The Increafe of your Family opens to us the pleafing Proipect of future felicity to thefe Kingdoms, and ltrengthens t .e'Foundation of thofe Bleflings we at preient enjoy under your aufpicious Government May length of Years extend the Glories of your Reign, and the Influence of your Example, and Im-preffions of your Precepts, cftablifh in the young Prince all thoie Virtues which endear you to your Subjects, and make him the h ;ppy Means of continuing our National Profpenty to fucceeding Generations. Given under our Common Seal, the 29th Day of September, 1762. The following Addrefs of the Bailiff, Recorder, Juftices, Bailiffs Peers and Burgeffes of Wenlock in the County of Salop, has been prefented to His Majefty by Brook Forreller, and Cecil Forrefter, Efqrs. their Reprefentatives in Parliament, being introduced by the Lord of His Majelty's Bed-Chamber in.Waiting : Which Addrefs His Majefty was pleafed to receive very gracioufly. To the King's molt Excellent Majefty, The humble Addrefs o( the Bailiff, Recorder,Juftices, Bailiffs Peers and Burgeffes cf Wenlock in the County of Salop. Moji Gracious Sovereign, ~"E your Majefty's molt dutiful and loyal Subject humbly beg Leave to approach your Majefty with, our unfeigned Congratulations on the Birth of a Prince, the Heir of your Crown and Dignities.. Replete with Gratitude for. the unfpeakable Bleflings we pofTefs, with what Joy muft we be affe�ted at an Event, which opeiw to us the faireft Profpedt of the Continuance of them to ourfelv?s and our Pofterity. May the Almighty, by whom Kings reign, fhower down his choiceft Favours on your Mnjefty and your Illuftrious Confort : May you long live an exemplary Pattern of every publick and private Virtue : May His good Providence, in a peculiar Manner, protedt the Royal Infant, waich over him in his tender Years, and adorn his mature Age with every Princely Grace ; and late, very late, may he .fucceed to the Throne of thefe Realms, and tranfmic to future Ages ;he full Enjoyment of our piefentBJeffingSi. Given unuer olt Commoi. Seal 'at Wenlock, the Twenty-h'.nc':. D.-.y of September, One thoufand ieven huud.-.d and iix-y-two. [ Price -Three Pence, ] j The following Addrefs of the Alderman, Recorder, L'ombur-elie-, Burgeffes, GerrLmcn ::rd Clergy of t .e Borough and Neighbourhood a: Grantham; in the County of Lincoln, has been prefented to' His Majefty by Thomas Cult, Efq; tneir Deputy Recorder, oeing introduced by the Lord of His Majc-ft.'s Bed Chamber in Waiting: Which Ad-drels His Majefty was pleafed to _ receive very .gracioufly. To the King's moft Excellent Majefty, The humble Addrefs of the Alderman, Recorder, Comburgefi'es., BurgefTes, Gentlemen and Clergy of the Borough and Neighbourhood of Grantham in the County of Lincoln. WE your Majelty's moft dutiful and loyal Sub-. jec"b, the Alderman, &c. greatly fenfible of' our Happinefs on the aufpicious Birth of a Prince' of Wales, molt' heartily join our Congratulations with thole cf other your Subjects, on an Event fo pleafing to your Majefty and our gracious Queen, and fo interefting to the whole Nation. It is with infinite Pleafure we view the Publick. Caufe and Glorious Reign of the beft of Monarch;?, fo early diftinguifhed by fo great an Addition to your Majefties domeftick Hnppinefs : It is our moft fin-cere Wifti and ardent Prayer, that Divine Providence may give a. Stability to your Majelty's Govern- ' rrent, by a large Increafe of every puLlir.k and every private Blefiing ; and that after 3 long uninterrupted Enjoyment of Heaven's choiceft Bleffings, your Majefty may, full of Years, deliver down thr; Throne of thefe Kingdoms to a Prince born a B'iton, fanned by your M'ajeftv's In ft;uctions and Example, to all that is great and worihy of a Chriftian King, and giving us the moft certain Profpccr. of the Permanence and Perpetuity of the Glory and Pro/perity of our Country. Nor can we omit the prefent Occafion of expref-fing our Joy with our.Fellow-Subjects, on the suc-cefs of your Majefty's Armsin the Reduction-of the important Fortrefs of the Havannah : We impute it entirely to the Bleffing of God on the Harmo' y and Zeal of our Land and Sea Forces, that'our Enemies are thus compelled to feel and acknowledge the Su-' periority of our Arms ; and it is- our general Hope and Defire, that fo many Conquefts may procure for" us an Honourable, a Glorious, and a Lafting* -Peace. , . _. The following.Addrefs of the Mayor, AldertneOj . and Burgeffes of the Borough of Sudbury, has been . prefented to His Majefty by Thomas Formera'u and John Henniker, Efqrs.'their Reprefentatives; in Par-' liament, being introduced by the Lord of His "Ma-.'.'.. jefty's Bed-Chamber in'Waiting: Which Addrefs His Majefty was pleafed to receive very gracioufly. To ,the Kino'js moft Excellent.Majefty,"- The humble-Addrefs.of the" Mayor'/. Aldei-men/^cf^p Burgeffes of the Borough of Sudbury, in Common ; Hall affembled. ; "~ �-� ' ;'. � ^ "_ Moft gracious SdveWtg-v'i -'"'' ' ' " * WE your Majefty's- "mo^'dutiftf aW-fafthYuf<^~' Subjects, -the:"Mayor;;i'A16:errrrerr, air
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