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London Gazette (Newspaper) - November 16, 1762, London, Middlesex $\inb. 10262. From CueOjap November 16, to SatucOap November ^o, 1762., 5/- James* s> November to. o^KHE following Addrefs of the Lord Lieu-r r ^ tenant, High Sheriff, Nobility, Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of Rutland, has been prefented to His Majefty by the. Earl, of Exeter, Lord Lieu-tenant of the faid County, being introduced by the Lord of His Majefty's Bed-Chamber in Waiting: Which Addrefs His Majefty was pleafed to receive very gracioufly. To the King's mod Excellent Majefty, The humble Addrefs of the Lord Lieutenant, and Sheriff, Nobility, Gentlemen, holders of the County of Rutland. �rSY High Free- We further humbly beg Leave to congratulate your Majefly on the Redu&ion of the HavanLah ; a Conqoeft, which, at the fame Time that it Ihevvs the unparalleled Intrepidity of your Fleet and Army; declares likewife to us the great Abilities of your Majefty's Councils ; and affords us the pleafing Hopes, that this, with the many other Succeffes, mil be a Means of compelling an unprovoked and per^-fidious Enemy to acquiefce in fach Terms of Peace^ as your Majefty in your grfcat Wifctom ffcall think moft advantageous to the Welfare of your Kingdoms; Given unde/ Seal of Incorporation, at the Guilds hall, the Fourth Day of November, One thou-fand feven hundred and fixty-two. Ermit us, moil gracious bovereign, your ever A dutiful and loyal Subje&s, with Hearts animated by the warmeft and moft fincere Joy, to approach your Throne, and offer our Congratulations upoh the Birth of a Prince, and the Recovery of Her Ma- The following Addrefs of the Pfoteftant French has been prefented to His Majefly: His Majefty was pleafed to receive Refugees, Which Addrefs Au R O I. jetty- We that by your Majefty's Inftru&ions and Example, his Koyai rugn-nefs will become the Glory and Ornaibent of his Country, the Guardian of the Bntifli Conftitution, and an Advocate to the Rights of. Mankind. - And as it hath pleafed the Almighty to profper your Majefty VArms in the Reduction of the Ha-vannah, we prefame to take this Opportunity of congratulating your Majefty. upon fo important an Acquisition ; and we cannot but form the moft pleafing Expectations, that our haughty Enemies will, a; Length, be obliged to fubmit to the Terms of an-equitable, glorious, and lafting Peace, The following Addj^fs of the Mayor, Recorder Deputy Recorder, Aldermen, and Burgeffes, of the Borough of iBarneftaple, has been prefented to His Majefty bv George Amyand, Efq; one cf their Reprefentatives in Parliament, being introduced by +ul r Ta n.f Mnieftv's Red-Chamber in Wait- very gracioufly. SIRE, TT ES Proteftans Frar^oisRefugies croiroient man- _ quer a Ieur Devoir, fi a POccafion d\m Evene- mer.t auffi important qui celui de la Naiffance d'un Prince de Galles, & qui intereffe fi particuiierement le Bonheur de la Nation, auffi bien que celui de la Caufe Proteftante, ils ne venoient temoigner a votra Majefte la Part qu'ils prennent a l'Allegreffe pub-lique. Cet Evenement, Sire, quand on Penvifage dans PAvenir, joint aux Profperites eclantes par lefquelles encemens da diftingu aim ing : Which Addrefs receive very gracioufly. fty Maj moft May it pkafcyour Majefty, TO the Mayor, Recorder^ Deputy Recorder, Aldermen, and Burgeffes, of the Borough of Barneftaple, to offer their moft fincere and unfeigned Congratulations on the Birth of the Prince. This great, this important Event, fills your dutiful and faithful Subjeds with the deepeft Senfe of Divine Providence, in beftowing fo valuable a Bleffing on your Majefty and your People ; and it is with the utmoft Gratitude, Loyalty, and Affe&ion, that we rejoice on this welcome Addition to our real Happinefs. May your auspicious Reign be of the longeft Duration, attended with every domeftick as well as pablick Felicity , and may there never be wanting, in future Ages, Princes defcended from your moft gracious Majefty, who, with the Continuance of the many and eminent Virtues fo confpicuous in their Royal Anceftor, cannot fail of making Pofterity as happy as onrfelves. Regne de votre Majefte, ne peut que remplir tout Coeur Protectant de la Joye la plus vive. * Auffi ne cefferons nous point de faire les Voeux les plus ar- dens au Ciel, pour la Conservation de votre Ma]e&et 6c pour la Gloire de fon Regne. PuiiTe l'Heritier prefomptif de votre Couronne marcher dignement un Jour fur les Traces de fon Illuftre Pere; & puiffe une longue Suite de PrinceS Proteftans, iffus de PAugufte Maifon* d'Hanovre, perpetuer & affermir a jamais la Religion & la Tran-quillite publique ! Perfonne, Sire, n'a plus de Raifon que nous a tous Egardsj de former de tels Souiaits; & nous ofons nous flatter que votre Majefte daignera les rece-voir comme l'Effefi naturel du Zele vif & du refpec-tueux Attachement avec lequel nous fommes de votre Perfonne Sacree les tres fideles & tres devoufe Serviteurs & Snjets- Conftantinople, September 29. Another very dangerous Fire broke out laft Week, which threatened Deftruftion to the whole Pera. to the whole Quarter of the Franks The Palace of the . Imperial The Mi at nifter is entirely confumed. The French, the Dutch, and the Venetian Palaces, were in great Danger. The Englifti Palace happily Handing free, and detached on all Sides, remained unbjut j but fome of the Englifti Merchants have loft their Houfes, and not having Time to fave their EJFe&, are become considerable Sufferers. 1 [ Price Three pence, J Its 1 -r> ;