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d returned with a gracious letter from the King.
This letter was read in Court, Oct. 8, 1662.
In consequence of the King's declaration therein, We will preserve and do hereby confirm the patent and charter heretofore granted unto them by our royal father of blessed memory, and they shall fully enjoy all the privileges and liberties granted to them in and by the same, —the Court appointed a special thanksgiving, making mention of the safe and speedy return of our public messengers sent for England, together with the continuance of the mercies of peace, liberties, and the gospel; and on the same day it was further ordered, that henceforth all writs, process, with indictments, shall by all magistrates, the secretary, clerk of the several courts and writs, be made and sent forth in his Majesty's name, i. e., you are hereby required in his Majesty's name, etc., any usage or custom to the contrary notwithstanding.
Some of the other requisitions, especially those interfering with their ec