A PROCLAMATION FOR Adjourning the Parliament from the First day of March next, to the Eighteenth day of the said Month.

Whereas his Majesty, by his Royal Letter of the Date at Holland-house, the Thirtieth of November last bybast, Authorised and Required the Lords of his Privy-Council, to issue forth a Pro­clamation in his Name, Continuing the Adjournment of this Current Parliament till the First day of March next: And that the Council have in obedience to His Majesty's Com­mands, and in His Name, and by virtue of His Royal Authority, Declared the same Parliament Current, and Continued the Adjournment thereof until the said First day of March next: And His Majesty having signified by his Letter, to the Lords of tne Privy-Council, of the Date at Kensingtoun, the Thirteenth day of February, One thousand six hundred and ninety years, that many great and urgent Matters, which concerned the good of the Protestant Interest, and the well of these Kingdoms, did necessitate his Majesty to con­tinue the Adjournment of the, parliament in this Kingdom for some longer time, and hath thereby Authorized and Required the saids Lords, to issue forth a Proclamation in his Name, continuing the Adjournment until the Eighteenth day of the said Month of March next. Therefore the Lords of the Privy-Council, Do in his Majesty's Name, and by his special Command and Authority, Declare the said Parliament Current, and continues the Ad­journment thereof until the said Eighteenth of March next: And Require and Command the Lyon King at Arms, and his Brethren Heraulds, Macers of Privy-Council, Pursevants, Messengers at Arms, Sheriffs in that part, con­junctly and severally, that incontinent these Presents seen, they pass to the Mercat-Cross of Edinburgh and remanent Mercat-Crosses of the Head Burghs of this Kingdom, and there in his Majesty's Name and Authority foresaid, by open Proclamation, make Intimation of the Continuation of the said Ad­journment, from the First day of March next, to the Eighteenth day of the said Month; Requiring hereby all the Members of Parliament to attend that Day, at Ten a clock in the Forenoon, in the usual way, and at the ordinary place, and upon the accustomed Certifications, For doing of all which, the saids Lords commit to them conjunctly and severally his Majesty's full Power by these Presents, delivering the famine by them duely Execute and Indorsed again to the Bearer. Extracted by me,

GILB. ELIOT, Cls. Sti. Concili.

GOD save King WILLIAM and Queen MARY.

Edinburgh, Printed by the Heir of Andrew Anderson, by Order of Privy-Council.

Reprinted at London by G. Croom, at the Blue-Ball in Thames-street, 1690.

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