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Post Boy (Newspaper) - August 19, 1710, London, Middlesex K K K K 1383 With the Freflieft Foreign and From jfe Augufl Auguft 17 ro The following from the Countypalatine of having beta preiented to the Queen by the Right Honourable the Lord one of her Majeftys Principal Secretaries of the fime was received very graciouily by her The bumble Add Js of the lujlices of the Grand ana tf tbc CountyPalatine of met a sijjizu for the this frand Day of Au UR laft Addrefs to Your Majefty being only from our Your Majeftys moil Loyal and Obedient think it our once to renew our former at tins and more foJemn Time ofour that Your Majefty may fee our Reio lutions and tor fupporring Your Sacred Your Rightful and Lav 1 irk to this Imperial as well Hereditary as orierwifcj daily moc vigorous and for rhe Monarchy nd rhe Church of Norare we Ids concern J for Maintaining the Proteftant Succeflion in the Illuftrious Houfe of againft all Pretenders And whenever Ynar Majefty in Your great ir to call a New Parlia ment we refo ve to take fpecial Care in choorinCT fuch whofc very Principles will oblige them ro aTvr Ends and Pm poles As for thnf whflV are truly cannot conform to the n of our fuch is our Moderation have a tender Re card ro them and trom all upon this fhall be inviolably Obfervdbyus That Your Majefty may long and quietly enjoy the Glorv of Your the and all other Your Enemies and a peaceable Reign over all Your Subjects at is the hearty Prayer M A D A lour wj Dutiful and Lojal This the following Addrefs from the Borough of HI X in the County of was prcfented to Her MaieftybvGrr Efq accompanyd by the Honou rable Efq and Col and mtroduc d by his Gracethe Duke of Which Addrefs was re vcrv and nd the other Gen had the Honour to kih Her Majeftys of Tiur County of MJI and Bvow of HIND in ir ft Toir Moft W E Your Majeftys moft Dutiful and Loyal the and BurpageHnlders of Your ancient Borough of H with Admiration and beheld the many Blelungs Grd narh be ftowed upon this fmcc Your Majeftys Ac celfion to the We hne had the ro fee a Queen that hath made rhe law tie Kulc of her Actions that hath been fteady in rie and Practice of the moft Holy Re liaion flie was bred in indulgent to thorE that difient cd from it relievingthe proteftirg the and pulling down were too for their A Glorious bcries of Succefles is there fore the juft Reward of fch extraordinary Virtue and We cannot then but wonder at the daring Infolcnce of a reftlefs Sett of who give Prorcttion and Encourage ment to thofe heinous Crimes of Schifm in the nd Refiftahxre to fowing daily their Heretical and An timonarchical Principles in every Corner of this Kingdom openly renouncing Your Mjjeftys Hereditary Right to the by as in they defignd toleave Our Principles we receive from the uotpe which teaches us Subniifiicn to re moft pure in rupred Doclrinss of our Holy rhe C and Obedience to Your the G Df of it We beg with the greaceft ro allure Your true when You ihall think hr ro cJl i new that we will choole fuch as will ftrenuoufiy fupport Your Majeftys vi goroufly maintain Your Hereditary Right to the 1 of Your and zealoufly de c Expand and the Proteftant and zealoufly defend rhe Churc arc ft L j u OM ir iuft cur aje nftrue ro xr n This the following Audrefs was ro HCL by Sir Cvar Foreman or the and Efq by Grace the Duke of XVhich Addrefs fcereceivd very gracicufly and Sir toii and Fytchc had the Honour of killing her Majeftys To the QUEENS Moft Excellent The humble of the H the other a at E S S E P 2if Day of 17 Afo Severe Your beg Leave tn to alue c Abhorrence of riiciV and Atheiftical whh are dairy ftrioully by Your dcavour to render the Impeiial Hereditary nf Realms by when or Your fhall do what tey Jl be a Breach of an imaginary the aic chargd from their The Danger to which the heft of bt Governments are expoid by fuch Perlons and fch lays an indifpenfable Obi garion upon of Ofrering the Sacrifice of our Lives and Ellares in Defence rf Your Majeftys Rights and and ofour Holy Churci as by Law with AlTurances thar we will and maiatain the Proreftant asfcrrled by of Parliament to whicii we are hJh nojhingcanbe fo dangerous as rhe the Right of the Crown of thefe Kingdoms to be than Your And when it ftial hs Your Rryl take the Advice of a new moft to be reprefcntcri by Gentlemen the making of Laws for Supprefhne and in Voting Suj plies r Debts of the rerricve which hali been tJ be fur by fome whofe Duty and fupportcd and thar fr ic orher Eru Majefty from that Liberty which is oy u of Your even rhe May Your Majcfry enjoy JS gcH shrre of the BleiUngs of this Lit You in tile next jefts join with us in our render Your C jefty from rh Friends to any Gcv i with the O N a n ur r i L f t 1 A of J K E The ws Dav preferred to He hy rhc if tred Ur of nr VM ad irrcdcd bv Vr drefs G i tlenien had Hneir ivijtn i To the QUETNs Moft t rr SALOP bAl Of
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