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London Gazette (Newspaper) - December 21, 1762, London, Middlesex C J /T^ ^'dbUsfyzs fc? flusters. From CueCDs? December 21, to featuresv December 2 1762. 5/. yarnes*s, December 25. HE following Addrefs of the Bailiffs and Burgeffes or Flint, has been prcfented to His Majefty by Sir John Glynne, Ba:t. their Reprefentative in Parliament, being introduced by the Lord of His Majefty's Bedchamber in Waiting : Which Addrefs His Majcily was pleafed to receive very gracioufly. Moft gracious Sovereign, E your Majefty's moil: dutiful and loyal Subjects, the Bailiffs and Burgeffes of Flint, molt humbly beg Leave to congratulate your Majefty on the- many fignal and glorious Events which have appeared in the Dawning of your Reign. Whether we confider the Rapidity and Importance of your Conquefts in every Part of the World where your Arms have appeared, the univerfal Joy and Gladnefs with which our Hearts are filled, by feeing Permanency added to Felicity, and your's and our moft gracious Queen's dome/lick Happinefs by the .Birth of his Royal Highnefs our Prince-And thefe Bleffings, great as they are, (crowned with ftill greater, even the Bleffings of Peace) brought about by the Wifdom of your CounfeJ?, and Force of jour Arms. Thefe a,-e Events, we cannot altogether attribute to human Means, but, that the Divine Providence, whom you ferve, hath directed your Majefty's Councils and Arms. May we, as in Gratitude bound to the beft of Kings, by a dutiful and \oyzl Obedience, contribute all we can to render your Reign eafy, and by Jiving in brotherly Love and Charity one towards another, ourfelves happy, are the fervent Prayers and Wilhes of your Majefty's molt dutiful.and loyal Subjects, the Bailiffs and BurgeiTes of Flint. The following Addrefs of the Mayor, Recorder, Aldermen, and Burgeffes, of the Corporation cf Wilton, has been prelenied to His Majefty : Which Addrefs His Majefty was pleafed to receive very gracioufly. - To the King's moft Excellent Majefty. Mojl Gracious Sovereign, WE your Majefty's moft dutiful and faithful Subjects, the Mayor, Recorder, Aldermen, and Burgeffes of your ancient Corporation of Wilton, beg Leave to approach your Throne with the fin-cereit Congratulations on Her Majefty's fafe Delivery of a Prince. An Event full of the ftrongeft Aftu-ranees to us and our Pofterity, of a Continuance of thofe Bleffings which this Kingdom has long enjoyed under your Illuftrious Houfe. Permit us, at the fame Time, dread Sir, to teltify our Joy at the unparalleled Succeffes of your Arms in all Parts of the World, as they have at length reduced your Enemies to accept of fuch Terms of Peace, as are glorious to your Majefty, and advantageous to your Kingdoms. The following Addrefs of the Provoft, Magistrates and Council of the City of Aberdeen, has been prefented to His Majefty : Which Addrefs His Majefty was pleafed to receive very gracioufly. To the King's moft Excellent Majefty, The humble Addrefs of the Provoft, Magiftrate-, and Council of the City of Aberdeen. May it. pltfffe your Majcfy, ~~~ ~E your Majefty's molt dutiful and loyal Subjects, the Provoft, Magillrates, and Council [ P4c Three-pence. ] of the City of .Aberdeen, de-fire to cxprefs the hjphr ft Joy on the Complication o- happy Events which have lately reflected new Glory on your Mr.jelly, and fhed ths molt ben ism Ji fluences cn thefe Kin;'-do p-i'. The Birth of a Prince, the Heir of your Mnjofty*3 Crown, 15 an Event,'y ub-.ri attends, d with the Safety cf our rr.oil giacious Qn^en, which re.ui": 1 fill every loyal Ile.-j:L with Joy, as it is the grct-teft Addition of Security to us for cur national Liberty and Privileges in the endearing Light of Kings, xnd leads us to rerr'.rd vour Majefty the Father of a Race of who thz'.l be the Guardh n- of all that is to us, through manv future Gent. - acu.ns. But this Event, deeply\ intereiting in itfelf, has been attended with Succeffes the 11 oil Gioriou.-, and Conquefts the moft Important ; and has been followed by, what is far more, Sigrcer.hlc than Conqutft to your M.-jeily's comptftion.aM Heart, and to Humanity of your Subjects, ;i Treaty for re-e;r  routine la Hi r-u: Peace. W hile we ex profs our Gr.-ti.M.'e-to your Majefty for your Concern to put a Jptuiy End to the Calamines of War, wli'eh you: l'eoplu felt feverely, though fticccf.-ful beyond I.iatrr; !e, permit us likewife to exprefs the perfect Approbation which we feel of the Principles :n whi h the iue-Moe'e. rsricr Treaty has been conducted. Majefty's Counfels, and a S.-iiit o: have preferved the Terms foci being dictated by that infatiable Ambition r.ndLuft ofConqueii, which, infpired commonly by Succeffrs much lets Iliuflricus than have attended the Britifh Arms, h,.s proved the Ruin cf many Nations ; and have prodnc d fteddv At.enrion to what the true Hup pine's of thefe Kingdoms demanded. Permit us to long for the happy Hour,, by a Peace raifed "on the Foundation already laid, an immenfe Acccffion of Territory fhall be fecured, all Occafion of future Difpufes cut oft", the Commerce of the Nation extended, the Sources of its Riches multiplied, and Advantage's derived to Britain gieater and more fo/id than have been obtained by any Peace which the Hiftory of many pall Centuries records. That your Majefty and your Royal Houfe may enjoy intire and permanent Happinefs, is cur hearty Willi and fervent Prayer. Signed in Picfcncc, and by Appointment cf the faid Magillrates'and Couj.C'1, Aberdeen, Dec. 1.6, i "62. jc/.m Duncan, Provoft. Stotkhohn, December 3. The Orders, for the Reduction of the-Force= in this Kirgdom, are juft pub-lifticd through the Provinces, h* a Circular Letter from his Sv.-ediih Mt'jefty. Berrin, December 14 Tv the laft Letters from Saxony, Major General Kleift was not yet returned from his Expedition into the Empire. The fame Letters mention, that his Royal Highnefs Prince Henry was expected at Leipzig as this Diy, where he intended palling a Week with his Prufftan Majefty. Count Finkenftt-in fcts out To-morrow 'for Leipzig. Hurnbsurg, December 17. -We learn from Dantzig* that the Ruffian Troops, which ftill remain in Pruflia* having now fold their Magazines, were to evacuate that Kingdom totally before the End of this Month,-in order-to return to Ruflia. � Dvjfeldorjf, December 17. We hear there has-been a great Tumult at Wefel, but do not yet know' the Particulars. It is faid to have been appealed? with great Difficulty ; and that moft of the Ma- giftrates- ;