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London Gazette (Newspaper) - December 14, 1762, London, Middlesex A. IJr $um&. 10270. From ^tiffoatf December 14, to ^aturSa? December 18, 1762. Court at 5/. James's, the 15th Day of December, i 762, PRESENT, The KING'S moft Excellent Majefty in Council. f~~w~^HIS Day the Right Honourable James Smith Stanley, Eiq; commonly called Lord Strange,' was, by His Majeity's Coinmand, fworn of His Majefty's moli Honourable Privy Councii, and took his Place at the Board accordingly, HL Majefty having been gracioufly pleafed to deliver the Cuitody of"the Seals of the Dutchy and Coun-tv Palatine of Lancifter, to the Righc Honour.ble Jame-- ^mrh Stanley, Efq; com.r.onb called Lord Str:nge, rhc O-.th of Chancellor or" the faid Ducchy was this Day, by His Majefty s Command, admi-niflred to fjim. St James1 j, December 18. The following Addrefs of the Mayor, Sheriffs, Citizens, and Commonalty of the City of Norwich, has been prefentecl co His Majefty by Hatbord Harbord. and Edward Bacon, Efqrs. their Repre-fentatives rlisment. being introduced by the Lord of His Majeity's Bed-Chamber in Waiting : Which Aadrefs His Majeliy was- pleafed to- receive very gracioufly. To the King's mod Excellent Majefty, The humble Addrefs of the Mayor, Sheriffs, Citizens, and Commonalty of the City of Norwich, in Common Council affembled. � hioft gracious Sovereign, S- 7E your Majefty's faithful and loyal Subjefts, y the Mayor, Sheriffs, Citizens, and Commonalty of the City of Norwich, in Common Council affembled, beg Leave to approach your Throne with our warmeft Congratulations on the Succefs of your Majeity's good and gracious Endeavours to terminate the juli War this Nation was engaged in, by an equitable, gloriou?, and advantageous Peace. With the warm eft Sertiments of Gratitude w� obferve your Maj'efy!s great Attention to the Honour and Dignity of your Kingdoms, and to the Good and Happinefs of your People, by the large Extent of Dominion to be added to the Britifh Jrown, fecured by an explicit and unalterable Boundary ; which, by opening new Sources of Commerce,'mull derive Wealth sr.d Pcver to the Nation, and render a Peace both Glorious and Advantageous. At the fame Time that our Hearts glow with Gratitude, they are Hlled with Admiration of the Humanity and Tendernefs of your Royal Breaft, which moved your Majefty, in the Midft of Suc = cefles .aftonifhing to all-Europe, to feize the earlieft Opportunity your Enemies gave you, of putting a Stop to the Effujion of human Blood, and to the dreadful Calamities of War, by Terms full of Equity and Moderation ; which, as they reflect Honour to yoar Majefty, are the furelr. Pledge of the Stability and Permanency of a Peace to be founded upon them. ' � May^ that good Providence, which has fo fignally crowned your Majefty's Anns with Succefs, continue to blefs your gracious Endeavours to procure to your loyal and grateful People the Eulnefs of the Bleilings of-Peaces and may your -Majefty long enjoy, the J preft glorious of Titles, which you have fo juft a � [ Price Tlree Pence. ] j Right to, that of being the Father of your People, and the Friend of Mankind. Given under our Common Seal, this Fifteenth Day of December, in the Year of Our Lord, One thoufand feven hundred and fixty-two. Peterfionrg, Ncsue?nher \ v. By a Manifeftb pnb-lifhed in Moi'cow che 27th of October, O. S. the following Perfons were convicted of High Treafc-o, viz. Peter KrufhofF, Lieutenant in the IzmayloiF Gua-ds. Simon Gu-yofF, Lieutenant of the Ingermanhnd i Reginvnt. j Ivan GuryofF, Second Lieutenant of the IzmayloiF , Guards j Peter GuryofF, Quarter Mailer of the IzmayloiF j Guards. And, i A!exey KrufhofF, an Afteflbr. j They were condemned to lofe their Heads; but, \ bv the Clemency of her Imperial Majefty, their Sentence was mitigated. The two former are to be publickly kr.uted, and fent to Prifon in Ca;r.-chntka. The two next to be fent into Bnnilhmert to Jakutfka, and the laft to his own Eftates for : Life. Berlin, December 7. We hear that the Convention, for a Ceft'ation of Hollilities in Silefia during the Winter, is at laft concluded j and;that the Troops of both Armies in that Province, and on its Frontier, are gone into Winter Quarters. TheDuke-of Bevern is quartered at Reichenbach, and Prince Eugene of Wurtemberg at Peterfwnldau. Every Thing ! is quiet in Saxonv ; a Convention for a Cdihtion of ! Hollilities there, during the Winter, being rgreed on I between the PruflLn and Auftrian Armies. Gcneial Klejft has taken PofTeffion of the Town of Nuremberg. The King of Pruffia is fuppofed to be arrived at Leipzig. Wtfel, December 7. We have four Battalions of Piedmont, tuo of Ar'oonnier. and one of Artillery, in Garrifon here. We have fent up the Rhine a great many Boats loaded with Ammunition, and we expect to evacuate this Town foon. There are now but thirteen Batcalion.-," fome Dr?-goons, and a few Light Troops left on the Lower Rhine, and they foon expect Orders- to march hence; Cologne, December 9. Orders arrived here the Day before Yefterday, to break up our Hofpjtals, and Meafures are taking in Confequence : We have only Champagne in Garrifon here. Liege, December 1 1. Boifgelin, Berry. Cavalry ; Conde, Lim.ofm, d'Ailly, Brigueville, Roial Piedmont, Cavalry ; Tourraine, and the Voluntiers of Flanders, have palled by this Town in their Way to France. - Theux, ividin- Six Miles of Sfa, December 11. Reding arrived-here the 8th* /fuftrafte the 9th, RoialBavaria the nth. Navarre was expected the 13th, Vierzet the 14th, and la Marck the 17th. Rintehn, Dectmber 10. The Landgrave is taking Meafures to fupply the Town of Caflel with Pro- . virions of ^ll Rinds, in order jo be able to go thither with his Court. He propofes leaving this Place on the 28th, and will m?ke'his Entry into Caflel at. the Head' of his Regiment of Guards on the 4th of the Month fcllowing. Mcejiricbt, December 13. DufTeidorff is to be evacuated the Beginning of this Weele: Two Battalions of the Garrifon of Juliers have Orders to be ready to march to take PoiTsflion of that Place. Hague,
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