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London Gazette (Newspaper) - September 14, 1762, London, Middlesex urnfu 10244, From tieC&ap September 14, to ^atttCDa? September 18, 1762. 7- tember, i76z P RESENT, The KING's moll Excellent Majefty in Council. Security of Her Majefty's Perfdh and Government, and of the Succeffion to the Crown of Gre.u Britain in the Proteftant Line) It was enackd (amor-ofl other Things) That no Office, Place, or Empiov-ment, Civil or Military, within the Kingdoms Great Britain or Ireland, Dominion of Wales, of ,pnrjc  f, * a ,r TTnifnrmitv which Great Britain or Ireland, dominion or waies, i Heftab^esmt e L^r/y ofSecLrci! of of Berwick upon Tweed, Iflcs of Jerfey, Gueraf.y, eitabnlnes tne .^'tu^y , , , Aj Alderney, and Sark, fhould oecome void by Region England, Proven ^madejor iach Alte ^ ^ of ^ ^ ^ ^ ^.^ radons in the Prayer for the Royal Family as from Time to Time mall become neceflary and be di- tefted by lawful Authority - , Day Ordered by His Majefty in Council, that in the Morning and Evening Prayers, in the Litany, and in all other Parts of the Publick Service, as well in the Occafional Offices, as in the Book of Common Prayer, where the Royal Family is appointed to be particularly prayed for, the following Form and Order fhall be obferved, viz. Our Gracious >ueen Charlotte, their Royal Higlmeffes George Prince of It is thereupon this that all and every Perfon and Perfons in any of the Offices, Places, and Employments aforefaid, fhould continue in their refpec^ive Offices, Places, and Employments, for the Space of Six Months next after fuch Death or Demife, unlefs (ooner removed or difcharged by the next in Succeffion, to whom the Imperial Crown of this Reahi: was limited and appointed to remain and defcend : And whereis the . Space of Six Months from the Demife of Our Royal Grandfather, of Glorious Memory, was found not fufficient for puffing and compleating new Grants, Commiffions, and Appointments, for all the r * J - -~y o U �-' " s%\ V^Ullliilllli'-'ll J j uuu i. i y j-"-"*4 *�, - - laid Waki, the Princejs Dowager OJ Offices, Places, and Employments ; We, for pre- venting the Inconveniencies that might have happened by the fame becoming void, have been pleakd by Our Royal Proclamations, to prolong from Time Wales, and all the Royal Family And His Majefty doth ftriaiy Charge and Command, That no Edition of the Common Prayer be from to Time the Continuation of Officers in their refpec- henceforth Printed, but in the Form aforementioned ; tive Offices, Places and Employments ; and in Re- and that in the mean i ime, and nntil Copies of fuch gard the Times limited by fuch Proclamations have " _ ' ^~ been found not fufficient for paffing and compearing new Grants, Commiffions, and Appointments? for all Edition may be had, all Parfons, Vic?.rs, and Curates, within this Realm, do (for the Preventing of .... . , . .. Miftakes) wi 1762, PRESENT, preventing the Inconveniencies that might happen by-the fame becoming void, out of Our Royal Wifdom and Care of the State (referving to Our Judgement hereafter, the Reformations and Redrefs of any Misbehaviours or Abufes, upon due Knowledge and Examination thereof) are pleafed to, and do hereby, with the Advice of Our Privy Council, Order, Signify, Grant, and Declare, That all Perfons who, at the Time of the Demife of Our faid Royal Grand-father, were duly and lawfully poffeffed of, or inverted in, any Office, Place, Or Employment Civil or i\tf;i;*-nrv within Onr Kingdoms of Great Burain or The KING'S moft Excellent Majefty in Council. I ireland'Dominion of Wales, Town of Berwick upon TfT is this Day ordered by His Majefty in Council, | Tweed, Ifles of Jerfey, Guernfey, Alderney, or^Saik, A That the Parliament, which was to meet on Tuefday the Ninth of November next, be prorogued toThurfday the Eleventh Day of November next.- Then to meet for the Difpntch of Bufinefs.-And the Right Honourable the Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain is to caufe a Comrr.iffion to-be prepared in the ufual Manner, for Proroguing the Par- liament accordingly. By the KIN G, 8 A PROCLAMATION, xlariiig His Majefty s Phafure for continuing Officers, not already removed or difcharged in Great Britain, Ireland, and the of Jerfey, Guenfey, Alderney, And Sark. GEORGE R. WHEREAS by an Act ot rarnanvent mauc m the Sixth Year of the Reign of Onr late Royal Qu and have not fince been removed or difcharged from fuch their Offices, Places, or Employments, fhall be, and fhall be adjudged and taken to be, continued in, and hold and execute fuch their refpetElive Offices, Places, and Employments, in the like Manner as, at the Time of the Demife of Our faid Ro\ al Grandfather, they hekl, enjoyed, and executed the fame, for the'Space of Fout Months from the Date -hereof, unlefs fooner removed and difcharged byCJs: And in the mean Time, for the Prefervation of the Peace, and neceffary Proceedings m Matters of Justice, and for the Safety and Welfare of the State, We do hereby ftridlly Command all the faid Perfons, of whatfoever Degree or Condition, Thar they do not fail, every One feverally, according to his Place, Office, and Charge, to proceed in the Pefformance and Execution of all Duties thereunto belonging, as formerly appertained unto them, and every of them, whilft Our faid Royal Grandfather was living. And further, We do hereby Will and Command all and lingular Our loving Subjects, of what Eftate or Decree- [ Price Six-pence ;