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By the King, A PROCLAMATION For Proroguing of the PARLIAMENT.

James R.

WHereas Our Parliament begun and held at Westminster the Nineteénth day of May in the first year of Our Reign, was by Prorogations conti­nued to the Tenth day of May last past, and was then further Pro­rogued to the Two and twentieth day of November next ensuing: And Our Royal Intention being to Prorogue Our said Parliament to a further day; and being willing for the great Ease of Our Loving Subjects, the Lords, Knights, Citizens and Burgesses of Our said Parliament, to dispense with their Attendance at Westminster at the day prefixt: We have thought fit, with the Advice of Our Privy Council, to Publish and Declare Our Royal Will and Pleasure to be, that Our said Parliament be Prorogued from the said Two and twentieth day of November next ensuing, to the Fifteénth day of February next ensuing, to be holden then at Westminster. And Our said Parliament is hereby Prorogued from the said Two and twentieth day of November next ensuing, to the Fifteénth day of February next ensuing, to be held at Westminster. And Our Will and Pleasure is, and We do hereby strictly Require and Command Our said Loving Subjects, the Lords, Knights, Citizens and Burgesses of Our said Parliament, that accordingly they give their Attendance at Westminster upon the said Fifteenth day of February next ensuing, as they will Answer the contrary at their Perils.

God save the King.

LONDON, Printed by Charles Bill, Henry Hills, and Thomas Newcomb, [...]ers to the Kings most Excellent Majesty. 1686.

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