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The New-York gazette. (New-York [N.Y.]) 1725-1744, August 28, 1738, Image 3

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have determined him to difpatcb the O r d e r s nboiranciKioncd to repair the D a m a g e s 't h e y may have received, as foon as thc A d s w h i c h ir e e x p e d e d upon thc F a d s fer forth in thc M e m o r ia l Dial! b e feen \ Co His M a je ft y cannot but p r o c u r e to his o w n S u b j e d s thc Security they ought to have, according td the fame Tr^iti$\ and the Bgbtj of Nations^ in calc that o n t h c P a r t o l GrcAi Britain, by a n y (iniftcr Pcr- iuafioa, o r for w a n t o f undcrftandifig thc true M e a n i n g o f thc Treaties, an y t h i n g c o n tr a r y to them has been committed or attempted to be committed. Signed D o n S e b a ftiaa D c la Quadra. M a j 24. T h i s M o r n i n g between 6 and 7 the Princcis o f Walts was happily deliver’d o f 4 Ptincc a t Norfolk H o i i l e S t . f t m e j Sej*4rt9 the Arch b iftiop o f C a n t e r b u r y being prefent. A t 5 L o r d Baltimore was lent to Kenfingron to acquaint his M a j e f t y thac thc Frinceii was in L a b o u r , and about 8 the M a r q u is o f C a rnarvori w a s i c n t in State to notify to hii M a j e f t y her R o y a l r t ig h n c ls ’ s Delivery^ and thc g o o d State thc Princefs and her S o n were in. M r . Canmn o f J e r m in-ftrect, laid h c r R o y a i H i g h n e f s , w h o the E v e n i n g before had bceri w a l k i n g with thc Prince in St, Jmmes's fark^. Near fvllktly \nCarnarven(h3 a W o * man aged 7 1 , was lately delivered o f a Son, and both like to do w e l l ; and at 7 awrin in Me*tgomcrj9 a W o m a n was d e livered o f 3 Sons at a Birth, and all living. L a f t N i g h t a m d ft elegant and jnagnificcBt F i r e w o r k was p h v M off in Sr. fym tP s Square m Celebration o f c h c C h r if t n ing of thc yo u n g Prince. In rhe Center o f thc JBdon was crc& c d a fine tranfparcnt O b e l i s k , .40 Foot high, adorn’d with various Defigns, A r m s , Mottoes, See. O n t h e B a f e was rcprefentcdj 1 . IJjmen prcfcnting thc new born Prince to Jhitawia, w i t h this M o t t o , N m Cejar Ftftus, 2,. Aifnerz/A educating thc y o u n g Prince, thc T t t f i g m of Arts and Arras l y i n g by, M o t t o , M * tsfei d rtej. 5 . T h c Prince co n d u c e d by T i m e r e c e iv ing the C r o w n f r o m thc Hands c f Britannia, M o t t o , ^Adetit jam 7 ‘emp»t. 4- T h e Prince on the T h r o n e fupported b y Xilrerty and Plenty with her Cornucopia kneeling before him , M o t t o , Patriis V'ertutibts.* O n thc iirft Divi/ion of thc O b e li s k , T h c Arm s o f his R o y a l H i g h n e f s thc Prince c f Wales* T h e Arm s o f Saxe-Gvha. T h e Arm s o f the C i t y o f London , with the A g alia. The Arms of thc Admiralty, with thisMotto, 2 Hi jRtfrur & «/£/ irtplcx* On thc next Divifion, t. A lefm c (upportmg thc BritiftiColours. %. T h e C i t y o f h d o n ti R/prefentfcd b y a, W o m a n w i t h a M u r a l C r o w n on l)Cf H e a d ; iand a S w o r d in her Hand. 3 . Trrideand N a v ig i'ion (uppurring a Ship* by her thc C o m pafs a n d E n f i g u s o f Tr^dc. * 4. CercSi w u h tht Enfigus o f A g r i c u l ­ ture, & c . \ O n thc next Divifinn, Palm s , Laurels, and Trophics. d n the n e x t Divifion. Open Lights difpofed ita a b eautiful manner, at the T o p of w h i c h was placcda rranlparenc Star, and the w h o i e c ro w n ’ d wit h tlic F e s then*’ O n W i n g s w h i c h projc&rcd front the Angle* o f the O c b l i s k , w e r e vahous FircvvorL. Ac the Corner* of the Bale play’ d f o u r fine Fire W h e e l s , above were placed fouv Orange T r e e s in Vafcs a d o r n ’ d with golden F r u it , w h i t h burit off in Fire, w h i l e tour Brilliant Fourtrains play’d out o f thc midft o f the T r e e s . A b o v e thefe; in thc middle ol a C ir c le ot T a p e r ; o n each W i n g arolc ioux m o r e F o u n ta ins o f F i r e , w h i l e a n o ther difcharg’ d i t f c l f f r o m tljc Fea­ thers at t o p t w e n t y Foot high, and d efended ut a B r i l l i a n S h o w e r . F r o m out tkc S t a r a F i r e ­ w o r k was difcharg’d* which ovcrfprcad g r e a t Part oi thc Square, and at lad a Mine was fprung, w h ic h in an Inftant d c ft r c y ’ d thc b e a u ­ tiful Pageant. D u r i n g th t playing o f thefe W o r k s , were feveral D i i c h a r g c s o f fine R a c ­ quets and Cannon, Healths were drank, ac­ companied with Kettle D r u m s , Trum p e t s * SccJ w h i l e thc People, w h o were very num c io u * , exprefs’d their J o ^ an this O c tapnin the loudcft Acclamation*. T h c balon was fur- rounded with large Topers; thc L i g h t o f w h i c h lin k i n g on the Frame of thc Obelisk, w h i c h was all gilt, had an exceeding fine EfFc&J T h e R a i l s and the S cone Pyramids w e r e illu«u- nar«d around w i t h st r a ft number of Light* finely d ilpofed. But w h a t added m u c h to thc Beauty of thc D t f i g n , was, that e v e r y t h i n g w a s o rdered in fo c a re ful and r e g u la r a manner that no D a m a g e could accrcw co any of the Spc&ators, J hhc 1 4 *- The K ing having left the. Chriftcn; ing ot the neVf-bornt Prince entirely to the Biicretion of his R o y a l Highnefs the Prince o f W a l e s ; H i * R o y a l H i g h n e f i thofe hi* M o f t Sacred M a j e f t y his R o y a l Father, rog. . thcrw i t h the K i n g o f S w e d e n , and thc Q u een o f Pruflia, to be Sponfcrs r T h e D u k e o f Queensberry and D o v e r rep re fco red fhc K i n g - tae L o r d Baltimore thc K i n g o f Sw e d e n ; and thc L a d y Irw i n thc Queen o f Prufli* \ th c prince was b a p tiz’d b y the Names o f G i O R G I W l L U A M - F R I D K I C t *

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