A PROCLAMATION, Continuing the Adjournment of the Current Parliament, from the first Thurs­day of April next, to the twenty ninth of that Moneth, 1686.

IAMES by the Grace of GOD, King of Great Britain, France and Ire­land, Defender of the Faith:
To Our Lyon King at Arms, and His Brethren Heraulds, Macers of Our Privy Council, Pursevants, or Messengers at Arms, Our Sheriffs in that part, conjunctly and se­verally specially constitute, Greeting:

Whereas by Our Proclamation of the date, the Twenty first day of September last, We thought fit to con­tinue the Adjournment of the Current Parliament of this Our An­cient Kingdom, to the first Thursday of April next ensuing the date of these presents. And seing Our Service requires the further Adjournment thereof, for some Weeks longer; VVe, therefore with Advice of Our Privy Council, Do hereby Continue the Adjournment of Our said Current Parliament, from the said first Thursday of April next ensuing, to the twenty ninth day of that Moneth. And to the effect Our Royal Pleasure in the Premisses may be known, Our VVill is, and VVe Charge you strictly, and Command, That incontinent these Our Letters seen, ye pass to the Mercat Cross of Edinburgh, and all the other Mercat-Crosses of the Head-Burghs of the Shires of this Kingdom, and other places needful, and there in Our Royal Name and Authority, by open Proclamation make Pub­lication of the continuation of the Adjournment of Our said Current Parliament, from the said first Thursday, to the said twenty-ninth day of April next ensuing the date of these pre­sents: Requiring hereby all the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, the Commissioners from the several Shires, and those from Our Royal Burrows, to meet that day in the usual way, under the accustomed Certifications: And VVe Ordain these presents to be Printed.

Per Actum Dominorum Secreti Concilii. Colin Mckenzie Cli. Sti.Concilii.

EDINBURGH. Printed by the Heir of Andrew Anderson, Printer to His [...]

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