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London Gazette (Newspaper) - August 31, 1762, London, Middlesex From ueftap Auguft 31, to featurta? September 4, 1762. By the KING, A PROCLAMATION have fo endeared k to thertr, that 'they CouH n6t bat be anxious for the Continuance of the Succeffion in your Royal Descendants ; and therefore this i GEORGE R. WHEREAS Oaf Parliament Hands muft sd J who1 Prorogued to Thurfday the Ninth Day I prcdeceffors of your Iiluftrions Houfe, and have re- We the Advice of Our Privy Council, do j hereby Publifh and Declare, That the faid Parliament lhall be further Prorogued, on the faid Ninth Day of September, to Tuefday the Ninth Day of November next; And We have given Order to Our Chancellor of Great Britain co prepare a Commiffion for Proroguing the fame accordingly. And We do hereby further Declare Our Royal Will and Pleaiure, That the faid Parliament fllall, on the faid Ninth, Day of November next, be held and fit for the Dif-patch of divers weighty and important Affairs. And the Lords Spiritual aud Temporal, and the Knights, Citizens, and Burgeffes, and the Commiffioners for Shires and Burghs of the Houfe of Commons, are hereby required to give their Attendance accordingly Weftminfter next. 7 To the King's-moft Excellent Majefty, The humble Addrefs of the Chancellor, Matters, and Scholars, of the Univerfity of Cambridge. I � Moft gracious Sovereign ! I your Majefty's moft dutiful and loyal Subjects, the Chancellor, Mailers, and Schblars, of the Univerfity of Cambridge* humbly-beg Leave to prefent to your Majefty our fincereft Congratulations on the fafe.Delivery of the Queen/and Birth of His Royal Highnefs the Prince, and on the prof-' perous State of Her Majefty's Health fince this happy* Event. The Prefervation and Security of their Civil Li-, berties, and the full PofleiSonrof that mbft Yaludbte ceived fuch repeated Marks of their Favour and Mii? nificence, as we are bound by ^11 the Ties of Duty and Gratitude earneftly to pray for the Continaance of your Royal Line, fo tve feel a peculiar Sacif-faftion ill this Profpe� of it, which the Divine Providence hath vouchfafed to thefe Nations. We have the moft firm arid juft Confidence, that Princes, educated under the Infpe&ion and Example of your Majefty,* and your Royal Cohfort, will inherit* together with your Crown, all . the Virtues neceflary to its Support and Luftre* and to the ma� king a People happy. On our Part, we will endeavour fo to fbrm' the Youth committed to our Care, that they may become faithful and loyal Subje&s, ufeful Members of Society, Examples and Patrons of Learning and good:Moral5o Thus we truft, that this Nation fhal! continue, as-itis underyour'Majefty's auf-piciousGovernrrrent,flourilhingaild glorious tthat whe& it fhall have pleaded God to call you latejoHimfelf; your Succeftbrs.lhall reign, like you, in the Hearts and Affe&iofts of a #ee and happy People: Ami that thus anfwerrng the Expectations of vou'r Ma* jefiy, and the Publick, and the noble Defign of oiec Inftitution, we {hall continue to enjoy the Countenance and Favour of your Majefty, an� yourRpyal Pofterity. * * To which Addrefs tiis Majesty was pleated tcf return- the following moft gracious Arifwer. J Thank pit for thisDutiful andv LoyalAddrtfsi Tour rtJftiiicTiiUe Congratulations upon an � givt Me the.:truej} Satipfalion., . The Uniwrjsty of Cambridge may always dgend upon the Continuance of My Proteition and Fdvor. They wete all received very graaoiifly fliad tftfe Honour .to kifc His- Maje%'s Hahd :; ana'were admitted to fee the Pfince. The following Addrefs of the Sheriff, Mobility and Gedtlemeh of-the Cotiriry of York, ha'vir/g been tranfmitted by Hugh Beftell, Efq; High Sheriff of thefaid County, to the Earl of Egremont,/has1jy him brfen-prefented to His Majefty : Which Addrefs His Majefty was plfiafed toreceive veiry gracioufly. To the King's moft Excellent Majefty, The Humble Addrefs of the Sheriff, Nobility artl Gentlemen of the Gourity of York,- affeiribled St the City of York. - -Moft Orathtis'Soverefg*, E your Majefty's moft duti&l and.loyal Seb-jefts, the Sheriff, Nobility, and Gentlemeo ofthe County of Yotk, hurnbly^beg^eave to Approach your Majefty's Thrdfi't with oilr moft.heiir^ Congratnlations on the Birth of a ?rihce"iMan .Evflnt* which crowns the Bleffirigs of'yfti'r, Matty's of all Bleffings the Proteftant Religion, which your' andJsna.X� People.have tnjoyed fmce the Acceffion of your Ma- I your-Fedple, jfe'fty's Family to the Throne of thefe Kingdoms, r pjice three- Pence. ] Foaridatidn; J ft. ;