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moderation, fitted for the execu vince of Canterbury, in convocation tion of it. And we cannot omit assembled. this occasion of affuring your ma. jeity, that the rights and dignity of Most gracious fovereign, the crown can never be more faith

your majesty's most loyal fully maintained nor more honour and dutiful subjects the archably supported, nor the adminiftra- bishop, bithops, and clergy, of the tion of your majesty's government province of Canterbury, in convocarried on, upon principles more a cațion assembled, humbly beg leave greeable to the conftitution, nor in to congratulate you on the good a manner more entirely acceptable success with which Providence hach and fatisfactory to the people; graciously crowned your humane than by the earl of Northumber- and christian labours; for putting land.

an end to the late necessary, but His majefly's moff gracicus answer. expensive and bloody war, by the

conclusion of a jutt and honourable GEORGER.

peace. HS majesty has received with It adds greatly to our joy, that

the most entire fatisfaction, the your majesty's influence and exdutiful and loyal address of the ample have been happily inftrulords and commons of Ireland : and mentalto restore tranquility throughaffures them, that this very dis out the rest of Europe, And our tinguishing proof of their zeal, fatisfaction is still further heightentheir warm and affectionate con ed by the prospect, that all our gratulations upon the re-establish- fellow-subjects, in your wide exment of public tranquility, upon tended American dominions, will, terms of honour aud 'advantage to by means of the acquisitions, which his kingdoms; their abhorrence of the British arms have made, and that licentious Spirit, which tends your majesty hach so prụdently alike to the fubversion of the retained, live hereafter secure government, the laws, and consti- from savage incursions and atution ; and their firm resolution to Tarms. exert themselves fo far as their in. We trust also, that a door will Auence extends, in discouraging and thus be opened to spread the gosreftraining it, are molt peculiarly pel of Jesus Christ in its native acceptable to his majefty,

purity, by the only allowable mea Such a full and affectionate de- thod, rational and benevolent pero claration of the sentiments of the fuafion, amongst those who have parliament of Ireland, of whole bitherto either been ignorant of fidelity his majesty has always been it, or mixed it with dangerous entirely convinced, recommends errors. them most effe&tually to his royalWe earnestly pray God to direct favour and protection, upon which and bless your majesty's counsels his majesty assures them that they to the complete attainment of these mav always depend. G. R. falytary ends : and grant you long

to see every part of the several To the king's most excellent majesty. nacions under your government Tbe bumble address of the archbishop, flourishing in the full enjoyment of bishops, and clergy, of the pro- all their religious and civil rights ;

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and thewing their thankfulness for cessary, but expensive and defruâie fuch inestimable bleflings, by a war ; and your first care hath bee chearful and uniform obedience to to ease your subjects from this bar God and your majesty.

then, and restore them the bleffer Whatever we can do for the pro- `of peace. Your majesty's pruer motion of the public felicity, we and vigorous measures have cos Thall always diligently endeavour, pelled the enemy to accept of reais animated to it in the strongest able terms of accommodation, a manner, both by conscience and happily put ang end to a glorite? Jnclination:

and successful war, by a molt adez

tageous and honourable peace. His majesty's molt gracious answer.

We have likewise the furke My lords, and the rest of the clergy, fatisfaction, through your majeti THIS fresh teflirony of your wise counsels and negotiations :

duty and affection to my per- see this blessing become genera fon and government, is very highly and all Chriftendom, which is agreeable to me, It will ever be long groaned under the calamize my fincere endeavour to extend our of war, enjoying the benefits most holy religion throughout the quiet and repose. vast dominions added to my crown Such an event, however extes by the late honourable and advan- fively beneficial and universally zageous peace : In this pious work, teresting, is in a more particida I am persuaded, I fall have the manner favourable to nurseries of hearty aud zealous assistance of my religion and learning: that relis faithful clergy; and they may be gion, whose peculiar characterich assured of my conftant protection is peace and benevolence, those aro) and fupport.

and sciences, which chiefy de

light in peace, and always fourt To the king's most excellent majesty. most in times of public tranquility Address of the university of Oxford ful occasion, to give the ftronge

Permit us, dread fir, on this jora on the peace,

assurances of our inviolable attaci Most gracious sovereign, ment to your majesty's person and WE your majefty's most faithful government: and we promile cu

and loyal subjects, the chan- felves all happiness and prosperia cellor, 'mafters, and scholars, of under your majesty's mild and is your oniverfity of Oxford, humbly partial adminiftration, by being in beg leave to approach your royal peace with the neighbouring kiez presence with our most sincere and doms, and at unity among op cordial congratulations on this hap- felves. That your majefty may py occafion: Under your majesty's joy a long and happy reign, most auspicious adminifttation each the blessings of peace may", year' teeme nith new blefings, and it, and the arts of peace adorn di each year calls upon 'us'to present is the ardent with and earnest prayer unto your majesty, our juit tribute of your ever grateful and loyal of dutiful acknowledgments. university - Your majetty on your accession Given at our house of conro. to the throne of these kingdoms, cation, this 3 ust day of Marci, Yound the nation involved in a new in the year of our Lord 1762

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mities of war, and to complete your Uis majesty's most gracious answer,

amiable character, the friend of T is highly acceptable to me to mankind, and the father of your

receive these your warm con- people. ja ratulations on the re-establishment It is with a peculiar fatisfaction

the public tranquility: an event that your university of Cambridge interesting to humanity, so pe- embraces every opportunity of prealiarly connected with the advance fenting themselves before your majent of religion, and the improve- jesty, the heir and descendent of jent of letters. Your zealous and princes, who stand enrolled with nwearied attention to these great our most munificent patrons and nd important objects of your care benefactors. And we thall always ad duty, justly iniitle you to my gratefully acknowledge that our inpuntenance and constant proiec- variable attachment to yoor ma

jesty's illustrious house has been di

ftinguithed by many eminent and Co the king's most excellent majesty, repeated marks of royal favour. We Address of ihe university of Cam- thall humbly hope that our per

severance in the same good princibridge on the peace:

ples and practices will alyvays re, May it plea e your majesty, commend us to the same gracious WE your majesty's molt dutiful favour and protection.

and loyal subjęcis, the chan It shall be our particular attention, cellor,masters, and scholars, of your as it is our most bounden duty, to aniversity of Cambridge, beg leave instil into those, who are committo approach your majelty's throne, ted to our care, the highest regard and to express the warmest senti- for our holy religion, every sentiments of our duty and gratitude to ment of loyalty and affection to your majesty for your tender regard their king, and every principle of to the true happiness of your peo- obedience to the laws and conftituple, in concluding an expensive, tion of their country, though successful war, by a safe and May your majesty, who are honourable peace. An event which, formed to be the delight and hapwe trust, will be attended with the piness of any people; be ever porgreateit bleflings and advantages to dessed of the hearts of all your subus, and our latest pofterity

jects ! May. that purity of manners, We have had frequent occasions, that undiffembled piety, of which in the continuance of the late just your majesty is to illustrious an and sçce Tary war, to admire the example, effectually promote and fortitude and greatness of mind, recommend the cause of virtue and with which your majefy pursued true religion! May it check the every measure that could contribute progress of all open vice and proeither to the glory, or the security of faneness ! And may that God;whom your kingdoms. Permit us to de- you fo faithfully serve, long, very clare our most affectionate sense of long, preserve your majesty the that goodness of heart, which has most beloved fovereign of dilposed your majeliy, even in the united, a dutiful, and an affefmidit of your triumphs, to put a tionate people ! bappy period to the marifold calą. '

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cation, this 31st day of March, 200] ANNUAL REGISTER and hewing their thankfulness for cessary, but expensive and detra&ire fuch inestimable bleffings, by a

hath been cbearful and uniform obedience to to ease your fubjects from this bu. God and your majesty.

then, and restore them the bleflings -, Whatever we can do for the pro- 'of peace. Your majesty's prudent motion of the pablic felicity, we and vigorous measures have com. Thall always diligently endeavour, pelled the enemy to accept of realouanimated to it in the strongest able terms of accommodation, and manner, both by conscience and happily put ang end to a glorious Inclination:

and successful war, by a most advan His majesty's molt gracious answer.

tageous and honourable peace.

We have likewise the further 2 My lords, and the rest of the clergy, fatisfaction, through your majety's THIS ftef teftimony of your wise counsels and negotiations, to

duty and affection to my per- see this blessing become general; fon and government, is very highly and all Chriftendom, which had agreeable to me, It will ever be long groaned under the calamities Tmy fincere endeavour to extend our of war, enjoying the benefits of most holy religion throughout the quiet and repose. vast dominions added to my crown Such an event, however exten: by the late honourable and advan- fively beneficial and universally in: zageous peace : In this pious work, teresting, is in a more particular I am persuaded, I shall have the manner favourable to nurseries of hearty aud zealous affiftance of my religion and learning: shat reli faithful clergy; and they may be gion, whose peculiar characteritics assured of my constant protection is peace and benevolence

, those are and fupport

and fciences, which chiefly de

light in peace, and always fourth : To the king's moft excellent majesty. most in times of public tranquility: Address of the university of Oxford ful occafion, to give the frongi

Permit us, dread fir, on this joya on the peace, Most gracious fovereign,

ment to your majesty's person and WE E your majefty's most faithful government and we promise our

and loyal subjects, the chan- felves all happinefs and prosperien cellor, 'mafters, and scholars, of under your majesty's mild and in your univerfity of Oxford, humbly partial adminiftration, by being in beg leave i to approach your royal peace with the neighbouring king presence with our most sincere and doms, and at : unity among our cordial congratulations on this hap- felves. "That your majelty maye py occafion. Under your majesty's joy a long and happy reign, tha most aufpiciouscadoliniftation each the blessings of peace, may, year

' tee mis shith new blefings, and it, and the arts of peace adorn each year calls upon 'us'to present is the ardent with and earnest prayer unto your majesty, our just tribute of your ever

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fortitude and greatness of mind, recommend the cause of virtsand with which your majesty pursued true religion ! May every measure that could contribute progress of all open your kingdoms. Permit us to de- you so faithfully serve, misit of your triumphs, to put a tionate peon disposed your majoliy, even in the united,ad happy period to the marifold cala. 'I

mities of war, and to complete your His majesty's mojf gracious answer,

amiable character, the friend of IT T is highly acceptable to me to mankind, and the father of your

receive these your warm con- people. gratulations on the re-eitablishment It is with a peculiar fatisfaction of the public tranquility: an event that your univerfity of Cambridge so interesting to humanity, so pe- embraces every opportunity of preculiarly connected with the advance- fenting themselves before your mament of religion, and the improve- jesty, the heir and descendent of ment of letters. Your zealous and princes, who stand enrolled with unwearied attention to these great our most munificent patrons and and important objects of your care benefactors. And we shall always and duty, justly inzitle you to my gratefully acknowledge that our incountenance and constant protec. variable attachment to your mation.

jesty's illustrious" house has been di

kinguished by many eminent and To the king's mojt excellent majesty, repeated marks of royal favour. We Address of the unitierfity of Cam-Mall humbly hope that our perbridge on the peace.

Teverance in the same good princi

ples and practices will always re May it pleale your majesty, commend us to the same gracious WE your majesty's most dutiful favour and protection..

and loyal subjęcis, the chan It shall be our particular attention, cellor,masters, and scholars, of your as it is our most bounden duty, to university of Cambridge, beg leave inftil into those, who are committo approach your majesty's throne, ted to our care, the higheft-regard and to express the warmest senti- for our holy religion, every sentiments of our duty and gratitude to

ment of loyalty and affection to your majesty for your tender regard their king, and every principle of to the true happiness of your peo- obedience to the laws and conftituple, in concluding an expensive, tion of their country. though successful war, by a safe and

May your majesty, who are honourable peace. An event which, formed to be the delight and hapWe trut, will be attended with the piness of any people; be ever polgreate& blesings and advantages to defled of the hearts of all your subus, and our latest posterity,

jects ! May that purity of manners, We have had frequent occasions, that undifíembled piety, of which in the continuance of the late just your majely is for illustriouscan and neceflary war, to admire the example, effectually promote and clare our most affectionate sense of long, preserve your that goodness of heart, which, bas most beloved

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