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London Gazette (Newspaper) - November 6, 1762, London, Middlesex i 1 t I From atutHag November 6, to Cutftra| November 9, 1762. al Secretary of State, Whitehall^ November g9.1762. AR-LY Yefterday Morning, Mr. Monet, one. of the King's Meflengers, arrived at' the EarJ^^>Eg[remont,s Office, His M.ajefty's-frig ^ with the'Instruments .^Preliminary Articles of Peace, figned at Fbntainbleau the 3d Inftant* by his Grace the Duke of Bedford, His Majefty's Minifter Plenipotentiary, with Thdfe of the moft Chriftian^aad. Catholick Kings.' * St. James's, November, 9, ^ The following Addrefs of the Univeriity of Glaf-ow, having been transmitted to his Grace the uke of Montrofe, their ChancelJour, has been presented to His Majefty by the Earl of Hali&x, one j of His JVlajefty's Frincipal Secretaries of State: Which Addrefs His Majefty was pleafed to receive ' very^gracioufly. To the King's moll Excellent Majefty. The humble Addrefs of the Chancellour, Redlor, Principal, Dean of Faculty, and Frofeffors* of the Univeriity of Glafgow. May it pleafe your,MajeJ?yt � your Majefty's moft dutiful and loyal Subjects, the Chancellour, Reftor; Principal, Dean of Faculty, and Profeflbrs of theUniverfity of Glafgow, i:,olt humbly beg Leave to congratulate your Majefty upon that Erenr, which has given fo much Joy to all your faithful Subjects, the Birth of a Prince, the natural an'd. legal Heir of your Ma* jelly's Crown, and of all your Dominions. Your Majefty's ever dutiful- and loyal People �cannot but rejoice at an Event which tends to per^ petuate that Family, under whofe mild and equitable Government they have enjoyed"fo* much Profperity* and Happinefs. Thqir fond Hopes and-affectionate Expectations- already regard their Infant Prince as, born to inherit, .not only the Throne, but the Virtues of .his Father and of his Anceftors; and ifit fhall pleafe the All-wife Difpofer .of Kingdoms'and; Em-, pires to preferve- his precious Life, they already flatter themfelves, that their Pofterity will enjoy,, under his Reign, the fame entire Liberty,' the'.fame e^aSjaftiee^ the fame undifturhed Security at.Home, and the fame Dignity and Confideiation, the fame Glory and martial Renown among Foreign Nations,-which have diftinguiihed, in the-AnhaU" of Great -Britain, the Reigns of your Majefty and of your. Majefty'a ever remedied and revered Forefathers. We beg Leave, at the fame Time, to: take this Opportunity of congratulating your Majefty upon the many glorious Succefic?, the natural .Corjfe-quences of a wife and vigorous Adminiftration which, have illuilrated that fhorf Period of.Two Years, during which your MajeUy has reigned over * Skill, and inflexible Magnanimity of its gallant t)e-feoder; the fpeedy Recovery of Newfoundland^ the entire Expulfion of the French* notwithstanding their Superiority in Numbers,, from Hanover, and from the greater Part of the. Country of jHeflfe--j and the generous: Support, which, in the Mjdil of a furious-War with rthe Twfo moil 'powerful Nations on the Continent, has .been given to the King of Portugal, form a Series of Events which cannot be paralleled by any Period of equal Length in the Hiftory of Great Britain. That-thofe Triumphs of War may at laft. lead to that eqeitabte, lorious, and lafting Peace, which ydur Majefty om a truly Rpyal Humanity and Moderation; de-fires-to fee eftabliffied ; and that your Majefty,:. your Majefty's Royal: Confort our gracious Queen, and the young Prince of. Wales, may long livedo enjoy that Security and: Tranquillity, which ybur Majefty's beneficent Magnanimity feems to wifti might Prayer s*ever loyal-and dutiful Sabje�l$ At the College of Glafgow, the 25th of Oftober^ 1762. -  ' ' �  *' Tne following Addrefs of the Mayor and Bur- geftes of the Borough:of Stafford in the County of Stafford, Has been prefented to His* Majefty: Which Addrefs HisyMajefty "was ptebfed to receive very gracioufly. - ...... ; r > The hufihl L 1 Excel] May thefe Kingdoms. The Redudion of Belleifle.; the re important Acguifnions of Martinico, of Granada and its Dependencies, and of all the Neutral Iflands; the Capitulation' of the Havannah, the chief City of the great and rich Ifland of Cuba, and the Kev of the Borough of Stafford in the County of Stafford, in-Common Council afferabled. Mojr�racious Sovereign important Event vouchfafed . to this Nation,, by the fafe and happy Delivery, of your Majefty's'Royal Confort, and the Birth of ail Heir to your Majefty Y Crown and Kingdoms,: calls upon us the. Mayor and Burgefles of the Borough of Stafford in the County of Stafford, (o prefent to your Majefty our fincere and hearty Congratulations; \#e have 6esn' ample Partakers of the general Jpy diffufed through the "Minds" of your faithful Peojple on thisrOccafion"; and offer up our daily,Prayers'ta Divine'Providence, the Author of "this great and .aufpicious Bleffirig, to proteft and ftrcngthen*his Royal Higfcnefs through the tender Year? of his Infancy," and enable- him, in due Time, Jto be "the "Means of true pbentalFelicity* and Affection,'dnd to follow the glorious Example of his' Royal ^a- Spanifh America; the Surrender of the Ships in the Harbour, the Flower of the Spanifh Navy, the fpirited Attack and Conqueft of the Moro Gaftle, notwithftanding its natural Strength, its numerous arid well Supplied Garrifon, and the Valour^ [ Price Three -Pence. J rents. . * " The greatSuceefs of your.Majefty's Arms, andU particularly the late glorious Conqueft of the Ha-vannaji and its Dependences i evincing' what'frue Britons cau and will dp," in Obedience to tfie be& of e Time, ftrikd fachfTeiror into the Minds of your Majefty's Enemies, a^Jhay induce them to accept of fuch Terms f �eace"pre-fcribed to them by your Majefty, as 'fliall prevent any future Encroachment upon the Britifh Trade and Commerce. May your Majefty long live^ the Guardian and Proteftor >bf our Religious and Civil-Rights.; and may the fame be tranfmitted to our lateft Pofterity, by your Majefty's moft Uluftriouff Defcehdants; Given under our Common Seal the Nineteenth __ Day of Oftb'ber, in the Year of bur Lord, One ;