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Scots Magazine (Newspaper) - November 1, 1744, London, Middlesex ov tte C 0 MMONS fail to add greatly to the good The K I N Gs both at home and thank you for J and affeaionate Year The COMMONS nimily on this at capon cannot fail of toll Gracious ving gnat wight both at 7 year Majeftfs moft dutiful and may be whatever Jfflhet jott hial the Common of Great Jball find neceffarj to Jha It be mana in parliament beg leave Ked with the utmoft ad applied Majefty our unfeigned thanks the fupport of my and of the true tote jour Majeflfs mafl gracious fpeec b from rtjls of my Tf Onions on the congous tbe ox as cannot lut be Fran a pallet 1 744 fa of thefe e qpHofc who icftrain the art of aJJure your that OM 1 cine to the knowledge and cur of ttut onh five the peaujl attention to the difeafes incident to the human body m bat exert our utmolt endeavours topre feem to confine to too narrow lir remove the iBeffeSt of We and not to confider in many fufficiently applaud the conftancy and inftances phyficians receive im klutimof the Queen of under provement from a careful attention to the ffven nor can we lefs ad difeafes obfervable among brute the magnanimity avdfirmnefs of the Such phyficians it beneath them wboj excellent to apply thernfelves to the ftudy and cure Wl by your Majeftfs has of thefe may perufe a letter of M and defeated the ambitious dejigns the celebrated th koufe of Bourbon in contagious diftemper which fucceffivdy faithful with hearts full orerran all the ftates of in 17 1 and acknowledge pur Ma and in nine months deilroyed in the ec and tender retard n tbe con clefiaftick Hate above oxen iia of your as we Has your conti and td endeavours to concert with This or of which particularly the the learned Profeffor of WnureflsareinfeparaUyconneaeJvjitb fiek in had before fome ac tfe of Great the proportion of was very like the prefent Jand fxpence to be borne by the refpe is a kind of contagions ied with a remarkable that we which is very foon fucceeded bv a Aeuinloft of our affift and fupport as in the V r Majtfo in carrying on thisjuft and ne the It is always preceded by lay againji the enemies of thefe a fhivering and and the dijlurbers of till after very bad Ifebnle y fuch as a as your Majefty has been gracioujly a finking yi the a Mto before your parliament your the a of their ufual food yal and your Majefy and a great unufual Vtyend upon your faithful for indolence and weaknefs fo that the z ready to main are fcarcely able to 01 r fupport in tbe honour and dignity of your thernfelves upon their Their eyes dually to fupport and to con frequently drop tears fometunes they ap itat Whatever Jbail be found or pear inflamed and and fotne f with ajuft times dull and Their d readable fettlement of the prefenttm as weU as reftleflnefs in thefame place ciltdjlqte of 3 u 2
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