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London Gazette (Newspaper) - December 25, 1762, London, Middlesex * * From Satuc&a? December 25, to Ctitf&a? December 28, 1762 4& James*S) December 28. HE following Addrefs o'f4he Mayor, Al-- jjermeri, BurgeiTes and Commonalty of the Burgh of Great Yarmouth* in the County of Norfolk, has been pr^fented to His Majefty by the Hon. Sir Edward Walpole, Km. one of their Reprefentacives in Parliament, being introduced by the Lord of Eiis Majefty's Bed-Chamber in Waiting : Which" Addrefs His'Majefty wat pleafed to receive very gracioufly. To the Kinds' moft. Excellent Majefty-. your Majeftv's moft dutiful ar.d loyal ^ubjefts, -the Mayor,. Aldermen, Burgees and Commonalty of .the Burgh of Great Yarmouth in the County of Norfolk, beg Leave to approach-your. Majefty- with' our moft fincere Congratulations on the Prcfpedr. 'opened of a firm, equitable, and lafting Peace, grounded on the Preliminary Articles, which your Majefty hath been pleafed to communicate to your People. Your iVlajefty'a truly .Parental Regard, on every Occnfion (hewn, for the Welfare of your Subjefts; the Wiidom fo confpicuous, in Planning the feveial almoft unparalleled Enterprizes undertaken by your � Majefty's Flee;s and Armies ; and (amidft the great-eft Succefles that ever attended the Britifh Arms) that Humanity and Tenderne'fs (hown by your Majefty in. preventing the farther Effufion of human Blood, muft be ever gratefully remembered by your Subje&s. The Terms of Peace, which your Majefty has been pleafed to grant to your Enemies, at the Time they fecure to your Majefty great and important Conquails, made by the Bravery of your Subjects, ffiuft convince your Enemies of the Equity and Moderation fo dif. ernabie in them. The Period put to a jail and neceftary War, began and carried on not far the Purpofe of Conqueft, but 10 fecure the Honour of your Majefty's Crmvn, and the Liberties of your Subjects, at a Time.\vh6n your Majefty found the good Purpofes of the War anfvered, muft make the moft lafting Impreffions of Duty and Gratitude, on the Minds of all your Subje&s. May your Majefty long enjoy the Bleffings of Peace ; and may your happy Subjefts be united in Duty and AfFe&ion to your Majefty, and your II-luftrious Defendants for ever. Given under our Common Seal at our Guildhall, this twenty-fecond Day of December, in the Year of our Lord, One thoufand feven hundred and fixty-tvvo# Naples, November 30. Yelierday his Sicilian Majefty came to Town for the Winter. Ha%uey December 24. We hear from Bruflels, that Orders have been iflued there to augment the eight Battalions in the Low Countries, with two Companies each ; and the Auftrian Officers are very bufy in raifing Recruits at Cologne, Aix la Cha-pelle, and all over the Low Countries. The French are dilbanding great Numbers of their Troops. [ Price Three pence. } ENT Preachers appointed to preach before His Majefty for the Year 1763. Feb. 16 Afti-Wednefday, Dean of the Chapel, Lord Biftiop of London. 18 Friday, Honourable Mr. York�, Dean of Lincoln. 20 Sunday, 23 Wednefday, Friday, 27 Sunday, March 2 Wednefday/ i Friday, 6 Sunday, 9 Wednefday, 11 Friday, 13 Sunday, 16 v ednefday, 18 Friday, r 20 Sunday, 23 Wednefday, 25 Fiiday, * 27 Palm-Sunday* 36 Wednefday, April 1 Good-Friday, 3 Eafter Day, Lord Btfhop of Chefter. Dr. Richardfon. Dean ofEly, Dr.Thorhas* Lord Biftiop of Worcefter* Dr. Chriftopher Wilfon. Dr. Fountayne, Dean of York. Lord Biihopof Exeter* Dr. Sleech. Dean of Chrift Church, Dr. Gregory. Lord Bifhop of Norwich* Hon. Dr. Befcawen. Dean of Exeter, Dr. .''Milks. LordBifhop of Chichefter. Dr. John Thomas. Dean of Hereford, Dr.' Webber, Lord Archbifhop of Canterbury, or Lord Arch-bifhop of York. Dr. Stebbing. Dean of Weftminfter3L,ofd Bifhop of Rochefter. Lord Almoner. MARLBOROUGH. ENT Preachers appointed to preach at Hii __j Majefty"s Chapel at Whitehall, on Wednefdays md Fridays, for the Year 1763. Feb. 16 Afh- Wednefday, Dean of Briftol, Dr 18 Friday* 23 Wednefday, 25 Friday, March 2 Wednefday 4 Friday, Ayfcough. Hon. Dr. Harrington Mr. Fowler, Dr Tottie. Mr. Barnard, Mr. Mafon. 9 Wednefday, Hon. Mr. Herveyj 11 Friday, 16 Wednefday, 18 Friday, April 23 Wednefday, 25 Friday, 30 Wednefday, 1 G<5od-Friday Honourable Mr. George Hamilton. Dr. Brooke. Dr. Sharpe. Mr/Line. Dr. Potter. Dean ofRoche#er, Dr. Newcome. MARLBOROUGH. Whitehall, December 7 The King has been pleafed to conftitute and appoint the Right Honourable Welbore Ellis, Eiqz Secretary at War to all His Majefty's Forces. Whitehall, December 28. The King has been pleafed to order Letters Patent to be paffed undo* the Great Seal of the Kingdo_ of
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