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officers of the several corps of militia which are embodied, for the seasonable and meritorious service they have done their country; to the officers of the navy and army, for the meritorious and eminent services which they have done to their king and country during the course of the present war; and to his Serene Highness Yrince Ferdinand of Brunswick, for the great and important services he has performed to this country, in the seferal campaigns during which he has :ommanded his Majesty's army in Germaty; and, Dec. 16. to the Reigning Sount La Lippe Buckeburg, for his disnterested and spirited conduct during the ate war in Germany; and for his most mportant services to this country, by de'ending the dominions of his Majesty's 'aithful and good ally the King of Portugal; – to be signified, by Mr Speaker; he compliment to the officers particulary named, to themselves severally; the :ompliment to the officers of the militia, o the colonel or other commanding offier of each respective corps, by letter; ind the compliment to the officers of the avy and army, to the lords of the admialty and the secretary at war, by letter.

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