The London Gazette, July 5 - July 9 1683

J S u t n b *1840 f DUb ti(t) <!&by ^utnozjttp. From GTDuvsoap J.-.ily ©au<•to tia p July 9..168} Whitehall, tfulj y THis day (lie Lord a.v y o ,accompanied with divers'oFchc Aldermen, Prefcnted the f(Vl- lov\i.ig Add refs :o His Majeliy, which was very vj:ac:oufiy rfc e iw d by Him. Tbe Huitbli 'Add/ef> of theCr.ud Jury o f and for chi Town an.I Bojrfiughtf Southw ark the Ge­neral Seffions o f the tcace huld.cn jo r the faid Town and Borough ,on Wcdnef'uy the fourth day o f July if*S3, before the /{tght Honor­able the Lord Mayor o f the Cit) o f London, and other Hit Maj flies jfujiices of tj?e Peace- for the [aid Town a rj Borough. r Lo. tbe Kings ninji Excellent M a je jlj. M j vic p le ifc Y v Majcfty, W E Tour Majd/hes tnojl faithful and obcdiet.t Subjefts, can never Jufficient Iy Adore that Gracia* 1 Providence which hath defended to inter pofe Jo mat} Miracles in the J[ef}oring and Frefervingrf Tcur Sacred Authority and Life, to our u-fprakacle Comjort and Advantage. In,particular, w* blejs the Infinite Merc) of God for the wonderful difappoinimeM of thi4 I at: Dczihjh Co:J\ iracy igainjl Tv r fyO.al ignit) and i’etfjn.nbicb we cinnM It^exvije but rejlsci upon, to the nttermojl de­gree of execration and horror. And jet, with rumble fabmiffton to Tt.nr Princely Goodnefs, fitch hath been the Ordtrivg Mercy of God in tki* particular, that the A U iiceof Hell U nm only defeated, but it fee m s to be in a high tnsafure conducing to the fecurity of your Sa­cred Maejfy, and therein to the Cannon Sajt-ty, lain ir.g open all the Methods o f Prigrcfs and Appro tch to a dangerous Sedition, and rfpectally in this Place ,where Rebellion hath been taught and encouraged info. miny Schools o f Difvbedience, and Nurftries oj ¦Sch fm, part!) b] the turbulence o f a violent aid pre- .ftmplUoi4 Pad ion, bu: principally by tbe influence oj a' more phufble and a rem pernicious Neutrality and Indifference. Our Lives and fortunes are Tour Mi]*(lies by Rjgbt, /ind by Duty, and wean only troubled, that we have nothing to offer to tour Ma) jly but what is your own already. Wt are unanimously refol ued to lay our felves rvitb ivhat wt can pretend to at t)our lay Peet, and to live 1 in i dye in itfence of Tour Sacred Majcjly, Tour J[oyal Brother and family, and in the mai>:ur.ahce of the Church, rita* >by Latv ejlablijbed again}} all Con fpiracies, A(Jociiiions and Conventicles, which are the I{ooi of all. i May the G:ver o fall Good things Crown Tour Msjejhes Heart and Soul 1 vitb the Bleffings oj both Worlds in their due Seafons. Whitehall, July 8. The following Addrefles ha­ving been prefcntcd to His Ma jelly .His Majclfy was plcJtfcd to. receive them with His accuitom.d Gr.ice and Goodnefs. T o the King’s Moll Excellent Majcfty. The bumble Addrejs o f the Society o f tbe Middle- Trm ple. Dread Scv:r*tin, \ T T TTili heart* lull of nnfpeakable Joy w e prcfum Veto V approach Your K oval Prelencc, and with all our Souls blcf: Al«.ijbty God forth -j wonderful uilcovcry of tbe late h c U i O i Q w f p cir^ y ,begun 3 n carried don b y l)e( p e tate Periods OfF a nat i cal, A i h e t ill c.it, a i i d I pct i i b l i c V n P r inc i p whole-, imp c.id v t l lay h i ming tor h emf vie c *rh .:name ofT f i i e Pro- tell ant v and I 'arr jot x , d iO a t l i r l t b y Popular 1 iii. u a n ’ont and other Art i f *,price fen :the u h red i i i r.ing t heb t \ii< c i i g i o a and Guv c r n men i i then World and< i l t e r war J beings t lit r e /np r even ted b v i <ur Maj l(e )’.v m w c ari-d Care a n dad u i i r a ole Con ,product C i i ^Jed t o con trivet h i tho .r.id Parricide u f Your 5i a c f cd. riP l.in, .lr c Bar bar o u sAl I a i T-n a i i o too Your R.iv t t l B r y t j i ,there d tar P«r taker o fall YourS u eff ring .',the i<? vol v i n g t h i leN a i'on sin B loo dan dC\) i i i l li. u ,and utter D _ I--( ru^ i i o not this J v lon arch A.y 'thi.s Sic i cry sail been eminent tor i tiL o hay y aide a r’y token sot D .it y a r.d A l f oCt i o ::,panic u l a r l yin their humble Thanks tor Your g car i o u tU* C l .\rat ion ,and t l i cir A b h orr er.e toe t h elate A c curie d and T i a ire r y n s All o i.nc i m iv/ h i c h w e look u p onto b e apart loft i i »Damn C«»able i i f.ir. i c.ow c i t.all d o o u i u t m o l ito bring the' V i i i i i i i i*to j u M f ce. V j pet i d l l y t h oleo t t h i 'Soc i e ty, w hot o our g r tad S.ir r o v v . J c a i *'Hie r:u ci- oft h eCon l ^ i rat u r^.And w .doe now rep e a tour l mole n P rote i i a i ions to( l a ’jr l i andy defend Ymir Sacred M .jelly and lawful S u c c e oft i wits hour Live sand For tune b^and e f t e c hAlf «»al»t v Gird t O cover wit l i C ^of u l i 'in the lace sot ’J four m o ill e c r e t E-e 'ii' e ,tl i a t d i vii: e V ge.nt i rice may t »'tr rake cut i i<»f the arT i o r j a s b y F gil h tel .ape the J i :l!ite (it humane L t w :,who leG u i i t i i r o claim sit let f t o bud ,that t .tb T dare i o r i rut l eve nth t r W w r c y o f which they have had i y h i i i g exp v r i e ct:n A i J a »Providence did nev erin li/na- lite i - l elf or.b c h alto f any P i i,:ce ,as o f iv-Y r Maj elf r t l i r o u u l i (hew l i y k -co u i f c o f Your K i .i’nf >may He. v r e nth w c dow nun d c o :in u e i r s b r i l B lit tings ont hebe l tot. K i y g s,and n e verb e weary o t y v o r k i i i g «e«Mir a­c les for Your I ’refs r vat i onTo tbe King's Mojt E xctlh u t M jjc jly .The bumble Addrcfs of the Benchers, Afjeciates, '\:r- rijlers, ar.d Students vf the Society o f Lm eoins Inn. SHEW TH,E THat Yew cur M a jet t y’.'in o f l L o y a land Dutiful Subj fie i*, having with great amazement o f M i .id l.ear d o f the I li. c o very o tam o l thor rid and T r ..ire ron s C p u l piracy cot c i n-aT v the D e a i h andRe fir u i t i ono l ’Your Roy alP c r fm, and o f Your d e a rel !Br p i her his Royal High len s James puke o t York ,by c !i.re I»r alt- eff t*U dan dD- l p v rate Perl i v i ',u i i cr- l y for l e f i troy harm o l r H x c.hen t Government under Your jiM e fly b h t h w C h u r c l i Sand i ate ,and t o involve Your M j - j e l l)’s Kingdom sin a r tar Con f u f ion sand Blood .Ah .which wed ode tel t fro i.t heb o r cum o four Hear ts, and thank Alt pig h n G)d tor this i o l i alt i nab i e a liD c o very and I 't’at c f l i w n o f Your R n v alP .rf o n.An J owed ,as particularly b nun in,c off him .bl y beg Your jiM e l i y hot e a (lured J-r :at w e are fully r .lo K e d !olav div v n rn( aLive* o ford tunes ind e fence o f Your Maj l/e y ’ii P t r f b n.Iff l l r H e i t',au d Soc tell b r s,and Your G >vern- n i e n t a si: i sell u b i i t l l t inCh u r c hand'S arc ,and d o a d f l i all daily pray for Y.on r M l j c l l.’-l .ms Lite and j.r o pe-rl o u -.Kt i j j n ,and t h a tall Your E t i tn. i e j may fall b.f j re• Y ' o u . X q the King*< A/oji Excellent M jj-.jly. The mojl bumble ar.d thankful Addnfi o f the Mayor, Sbirjfj), Citizens, axd Commna ty o f the City o f N-r w i d)in Common Council Afj'emblcd. A / a j n p fit /'T"h i d M .if.Jl ,WHen lew i i r i r u J i e U our old Chart erin Y o i w R oval H a n-I, w s did i t n ^rt o much r n rel v i i our own In-t e rel sat t o avoid a h’e l e i i f l f i i l j i i t i ono f Coo tell w j thY Crown -Imper i a l,and cog i vet lieut moll d e i non i i ^ac i ono fLo hay y ..Your M a jed y have been p l e a fed b they Grant o f aNew Chat 1 e r ,not only t o con firm a l lour Antic u fRig hts ,Pr i w leg. e sand l ‘1 mun i i i e ,bus tinY t i u r P r i H tel y Grace l i fave per-u added i i i c h exp r e 'T’ons o f fut u reF a v our (par u c u i a tr'y r't o v i .lo for the Amendment o f any Error o r Defect winch I ball appear ’robe therein ^by a 'Pet i i ion under bur Com monS a a l )That if\ v c t b o u l d want any thing w h i chm a y(er v e our j u i l Adv a o tag u inland e r .t),it i n'ull b e our own neglect ,but nod-j f a u l r i n Your Roy i t l Good len i .We our otif
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