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« tified, to be Members of the House of Lords, David Earl of Leven.
Nathaniel Viscount Say & Seale.
Thomas Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. " James Duke of Montrose.
Thomas Lord Bishop of Rochester. ~ John Duke of Roxburgh.
John Lord Bishop of Ely. “ John Marquis of Tweeddale.
John Lord Bishop of Chichester. “ William Marquis of Lothian.
Richard Lord Bihop of Peterborough.
Richard Lord Willoughby Breke.
Charles Lord Howard of Escrick.
Lewis Lord Rockingham. “ Hugh Earl of Loudoun.
William Lord Berkeley of Stratton. « David Earl of Weymss.
Charles Lord Cornwallis. " David Earl of Leven,
Henry Lord Herbert. “ James Earl of Seafield.
John Lord Sommers. “ John Earl of Stair.
Christopher Lord Barnard. « Archibald Earl of Roseberry.
Charles Lord Halifax. " David Earl of Glasgow.
Heneage Lord Gernsey.
“ Witness my Hand, this Twenty-second Day Dominus Cancellarius Magnæ Britanniæ declaravit Adjousi
decima Aurora, Dominis fic decernentibus.
D. Devonshire This Day William Duke of Devonshire Lord Steward
upon the Death of his Father William Duke of Devon-
IE Jovis, 30° O&tobris.
R E G I N A.
Then, the Lord Chancellor, singly, in the First
Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales præsentes
Arch. Cantuar. Ds. Cancellarius
Ds. Berkeley. licet)
Ds. Howard E,C.
Dux St. Albans.
Ds. Rockingham. Household.
Dux de Com. Bucking
Ds. Berkeley Str. Charles Duke of Richmond.
ham & Normanby.
Ds. Lempster. James Duke of Ormonde.
Ds. Herbert. George Duke of Northumberland.
Ds. Haversham. Charles Duke of Bolton.
March. Lindsey, Mag. Ds. Barnard. James Duke of Montrolle.
66 Name ;
ceptance of his Service; and humbly prayed, in the
Name of the Commons, " That Her Majesty would be
“ graciously pleased to allow and confirm all their ancient
Rights and Privileges; particularly,
“ That they might have Liberty and Freedom of
Speech in all their Debates.
“ That their Persons, Estates, and Servants, be free
s from Arrests and Troubles.
“ That they may have Access to Her Royal Person, PRAYERS.
“ as Occasion thall require.
" That Her Majesty would have a gracious Opi-
The Lords following took the Oaths of Allegiance “nion of all their Actions.
“ And that, if himself at any Time should mistake,
“ he might have Her Majesty's favourable Inter
pretation, and gracious Pardon.”
Then the Lord Chancellor, by Her Majesty's further
“ Mr. Speaker,
“ Her Majesty is pleased to say, That She is fully Thomas Earl of Stamford.
" assured of the Discretion and Temper, as well as of Algernon Earl of Esex.
“ the good Affections, of Her House of Commons: Lewis Earl of Feversham.,
“ And as to the Suit which you have made in their
Her Majesty does most willingly grant to
" them all their Privileges, in as full a Manner as they
were at any Time granted or allowed by any of Her John Earl of Greenwich.
“ Royal Predecessors: And as to what you have Thomas Earl of Wharton.
“ prayed in Relation to yourself; Her Majesty will John Earl of Sutherland.
put the best and most favourable Construction upon
your Words and Actions, in the Execution of your Henry Lord Bishop of London.
“ Duty of Speaker of the House of Commons; being Gilbert Lord Bishop of Sarum.
“ satisfied of your Integrity, of your Zeal for Her SerJohn Lord Bishop of Lichfield & Coventrie.
“ vice, of your firm Adherence to the true Interest of John Lord Bishop of Bangor.
your Country, and of your faithful Performance of James Lord d'Berkeley.
" the Public Trusts which have been committed to your
After which, the Lord Chancellor, by Her Majesty's
My Lords, and Gentlemen,
ed to adjourn, Then the House was adjourned during Pleasure, to Her Majesty has commanded me to acquaint you, robe.
“ That Her Majesty, upon mature Consideration, has
“ thought it convenient to defer declaring Her Reasons The House was resumed.
“ for calling this Parliament till Thursday the Sixth
“ Day of November next : And therefore it is Her MaQueen present,
Her Majesty, being seated on Her Royal Throne, jesty's Pleasure, that both Houses should adjourn
Then Her Majesty was pleased to withdraw; and the
Majesty's Pleasure, that they attend Her presently, Commons returned to their House. “ in the House of Peers.”
Dominus Cancellarius declaravit præsens Parliamen- Adjourn. Smith, Speak. Who being come; they presented the Right Honourer of H, C.
tum continuandum esse usque ad et in diem Jovis, sexprolented, and able John Smith Esquire, whom they had chosen to be
tum diem Novembris jam. prox. futur. hora decima approved of. their Speaker, for Her Majesty's Royal Approbation.
Auroræ, Dominis fic decernentibus.
The Lord Chancellor, by Her Majesty's Command, acquainted the House of Commons, "That Her Majesty “ was pleased to approve of the Choice they had made, “and did allow of, and confirm, Mr. Smith to be their “ Speaker."
Then Mr. Speaker returned Her Majesty Thanks, for Her gracious Approbation of the Choice and Ac.
John Marquis of Tweeddalon
George Earl of Northampton.
Charles Earl of Radnor.
Edward Earl of Jersey.
Hugh Earl of Cholmondeley.
John Lord Archbishop of York.
John Lord Bishop of Landaffe.
William Lord Paget.
Thomas Lord Howard Eff
James Lord Chandos.
William Lord Stawell:
Ds. Howard Esc. .
Fohn Lord Ashburnhant.
John Lord Granville.
Then the House was adjourned during Pleasure, ta
The House was resumed.
Her Majesty, being seated on Her Royal Throne, Qdeen presenta
adorned with Her Crown and Regal Ornaments, attend-
ed with Her Officers of State (the Peers being in their
Robes), commanded the Deputy Gentleman Uther of
the Black Rod to let the Commons know, “ It is Her
Majesty's Pleasure, that they attend Her presently,
« in the House of Peers.”
Who being come, with their Speaker ; Her Majesty
was pleased to say as followeth :
My Lords, and Gentlemen,
Her Majesty's Comes Sunderland.
Speech. Comes Scarsdale.
“ It is with all humble Thankfulness to Almighty Comes Elex.
“ God, and with entire Satisfaction to Myself, that I
meet you bere, in this First Parliament of Great Bris
“ tain ; nor doubting, but you come with Hearts pre-
!! “ pared, as Mine is, to make this Union fo prosperous, Comes Rocheller,
“ as may answer the well-grounded Hopes of all My Comes Bradford.
“ good Subjects, and the reasonable Apprehensions of
“ To this End, nothing is so immediately material, as
“ to convince, as soon as is possible, both our Friends Comes Wharton.
“ and our Enemies, that the uniting of our Interests Comes Poulet.
“ has not only improved our Abilities, but our ResoComes Cholmondeley.
“ lutjops allo; to profecute this just and necessary War, Comes Crafoord.
" till we obtain a safe and honourable Peace for our
“ selves, and for our Allies.
“ In so great and extensive a War, as this is, many
“ Things may be usefully undertaken, which are not Comes Leven.
« fit to be communicated before-hand: The Attempt Comes Seafield.
“apon Taulon was of this Nature ; and, though it had Comes Glasgow.
“ not wholly its desired Effect, has, nevertheless, been Comes Play.
• attended with many great and obvious Advaạtages to Viscount Say & Seale.
" the common Cause in this Year; and has made our
Way more easy, I hope, to greater in the next.
Lords take the
“ As the French have gained Ground upon us in “ Spain, so they have been wholly driven out of Italy ;
" by which it is become more easy for all the Allies to
Allegiance and Supremacy, and the Oath of “ King of Spain to recover His Affairs in that Kingdom,
Declaration, pursuant to the Statutes ; (videlicet,) "Obedience.
“ The Weakness and ill Posture of Affairs upon
“ thing to prevail with you to difunite among your
selves, or abate your Zeal in opposing the Common “ Enemy."
“ an Opportunity to the French, to make themselves
stronger in all other Parts; but this Defect seems in
a very promising Way of being fully remedied, against “ next Campaign, by the Conduct and Authority of " the Elector of Hannover, whose seasonable Acceptance “ of that Command has strengthened, and obliged, the “ whole Confederacy.
Then Her Majesty was pleased to withdraw; and the Commons returned to their House.
" Gentlemen of the Houfe of Commons, “ The just Application of the Supplies, given Me by former Parliaments, the plain Necessity of continuing this War, the reasonable Prospect of putting
a good End to it, if we be not wanting to ourselves; " and the Honour of the First Parliament of Great “ Britain, are, I make no Doubt, sufficient Arguments “ to invite you to provide the necessary Supplies, “ which I am obliged to desire of you, for the en
suing Campaign in all Parts, and particularly for withe timely Support of the King of Spain, and the “ making good our Treaty with Portugal; as also for
strengthening the Confederate Army under the « Command of the Duke of Savoy : All which Ser« vices I do not doubt but you will think so necessary, «r that they ought not to be neglected, even though they " 'fhould require an Augmentation.
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's The Sims already expended in this War, have « been very great; and they are sufficient Proofs, *. how well satisfied My Subjects have always been with " the Ends of My Government; of which I am so “ sensible, as never to ask any Supplies from them,
but what are absolutely necessary for the Preservaci tion of their Religion and Liberty ; and I look upon “ it as My great Happiness, that I have not the least “ Intereit feparate from that of all. My good. Subjects. " My Lórds, and Gentlemen, pimeInc ,000)
inici so --" In a Work so great, and new in its kind, as « that of the Union, it is impossible but that some “Doubts and Difficulties must have arifen ; which;
howeverI hope, iare i fa i fars, overcome,l, as to “ have defeated the Designs of those who would ! have made Use of that Handle to foment Distur" bances11393. I virt; o'i'
۲۰) (); s There are several Matters expressly made liable, by the Artieles of the Union, to the Confideration of
die Parliament of Great Britain ; which, together oë with such others as may reasonably produce those “ Advantages, that, with due Care, must certainly “ arise from that Treaty, I earnestly recommend to your * serious Confideration...
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3757 On My Part, nothing shall be wanting to procure ds to My People, all the Blesfings which can follow “ from ihis happy Circumstance of My Reign ; and, to « extinguish, by all proper Means, the least Oc*cafions of Jealousy, that either the Civil or Re“ ligious Rights of any Part of this My United
Kingdoin can suffer by the Consequences of this " Union. ..
"'" Such a Suggestion shall never, in My Time, have « any Foundation ; 'how restless foever our Enemies “ may be in their Endeavours, and Artifices, to disturb « our Peace and Happiness. Those great and valuable “ Blessings cannot but be always secure to us, if we “ heartily endeavour to confirm and improve our pre« fent Union: I hope, therefore, you will suffer no
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at the preventing of the Poor's being defrauded, and
Their Lordships, or any Seven of them; to meet
on Monday next, at Ten a Clock in the Fore-
Lords Sub-committees appointed to consider of the Committee for
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