• The Kings most Excellent Majesty,
  • His Highness Prince Rupert
  • Lord Chancellor
  • Lord President
  • Lord Privy Seal
  • Duke of Ormond
  • Lord Chamberlain
  • Earl of Oxford
  • Earl of Chesterfield
  • Earl of Sunderland
  • Earl of Clarendon
  • Earl of Bath
  • Earl of Craven
  • Earl of Aylesbury
  • Earl of Conway
  • Lord Viscount Hide
  • Lord Finch
  • Lord Bishop of London
  • Lord Chief Justice North
  • Mr. Secretary Jenkins
  • Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer
  • Sir Tho. Chicheley
  • Mr. Godolphin.

FOr the Preventing Tumultuous Disorders which may happen hereafter upon Pretence of Assembling to make Bonfires, and Publick Fire-works, and disap­pointing the Evil Designs of Persons Disaffected to the Government, who com­monly make use of such occasions to turn those Meétings into Riots and Tu­mults:

It is this day Ordered by His Majesty in Council, That no Person or Per­sons whatsoever do Presume to make, or encourage the making any Bonfires, or other Publick Fire-works upon any Festival-Day, or at any other Time or Times what­soever, without particular Direction or Order first had from His Majesty, or this Board, or from the Lord Mayor of London, or by the Justices of the peace in their Respective Limits, upon Pain of His Majesties Displeasure, and being Prosecuted with the utmost Severity of the Law. Whereof all Persons whom it may concern, are to take notice, at their Peril: And the Lord Mayor and the Aldermen of London, and His Majesties Justices of the Peace of the County of Middlesex, and the City and Liberty of Westminster, are hereby Strictly Charged and Required to take Care therein accordingly.

Francis Gwyn.

LONDON, Printed by the Assigns of John Bill deceas'd: And by Henry Hills, and Thomas Newcomb, Printers to the Kings most Excellent Majesty. 1682.

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