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<p n="45"> Country are allowed to such publick Ministers for the free Exercise of the Religion of their Country, to the great Scandal<lb></lb>
and Offence of all truly pious and good Protestants; We therefore, in Order that the Reproach of so frantick and atro-<lb></lb>
cious an Outrage against the Precepts of Religion, as well as the Obligations of all Laws, may not remain a Disgrace to<lb></lb>
Our Kingdom, but may be confined to the Authors, A bettors, and Perpetrators of the said Outrage, and that they may<lb></lb>
be brought to speedy and condign Punishment, and that such dangerous and wicked Practices may hereafter be pre-<lb></lb>
vented, have thought fit, by and with the Advice of Our Privy Council, to publish and declare Our Resolution to<lb></lb>
put the Laws in Force against such Offences: And We do hereby enjoin and require all <rs type="occupation" id="LMSMPS50726_occ25">Justices of the Peace</rs>
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, Sheriffs,<lb></lb>
Mayors, Bailiffs, Constables, and all other Our loving Subjects, to be aiding and assisting to the utomost of their Power<lb></lb>
in suppressing such illegal and tumultuous Assemblies, and in detecting, apprehending, and Justice the Persons<lb></lb>
concerned in assembling or instigating the same, and guilty of any of the Violences above-mentioned: And for the better<lb></lb>
Detection of the Persons who were concerned in the Outrages committed at the Houses of the said publick Ministers, We<lb></lb>
are graciously pleased to promise, that if any Person shall discover any other Person or Persons who, directly or indirectly,<lb></lb>
were concerned in pulling down, or beginning to pull down, or in setting Fire to the Chapel of any publick Minister,<lb></lb>
so as that the Person or Perons discovered may be prosecuted for the same, such Discoverer shall have and receive,<lb></lb>
as a Reward, upon Conviction of such Offender or Offenders, the Sum of FIVE HUNDRED POUNDS, and<lb></lb>
also Our Gracious Pardon for the said Offence, in case the Person making such Discovery shall himself be liable to be<lb></lb>
prosecuted for the same, except the Person who first broke into, or began to pull down or set Fire to the said Chapels.<lb></lb>
And the Commissioners for executing the Office of <rs type="occupation" id="LMSMPS50726_occ26">Treasurer</rs>
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of Our Exchequer are hereby required to make Payment<lb></lb>
accordingly of the said Rewards.</p>
<p n="46">Given at Our Court at <rs type="placeName" id="LMSMPS50726_geo93">St. James's</rs>
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, the Fifth Day of June, One thousand seven hundred and eighty,<lb></lb>
in the twentieth Year of Our Reign.</p>
<p n="47">God save the King</p>
<p n="48">LONDON:<lb></lb>
Printed by <rs type="persName" id="LMSMPS50726_n48-1">CHARLES EYRE</rs>
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and <rs type="persName" id="LMSMPS50726_n48-2">WILLIAM STRAHAN</rs>
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<interp inst="LMSMPS50726_n48-2" type="surname" value="Strahan"></interp>
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, <rs type="occupation" id="LMSMPS50726_occ27">Printers</rs>
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to the King's most Excellent Majesty. 1780.</p>

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