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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - April 22, 1730, London, Middlesex The t. PARIS. The KlNG'i Ordinance for a Genera! Review of +l)c Country Militia, to be m*dt by the Intendantt or Perfons authorised them. By the KING. H I S Majefty judging it for the " Benefit ot his Service, tc " have an exadt Review made " of the Militia, that were * raifed by virtue of the Ordinances ol �' the 2.5 ;h of February, and the 16th of *4 December 1716, and of the 15th of Ja-** nuary 1729; fo that, withoilt taking them ** from the Purfuic of their Ordinary Cal-'* lings, he may be certain they will be rizt '* dy to meet upon any Occafion, and to be ** form'd into Battalions, as ufual, when-ever-he fhall want them to garrifon his ** Places : His Majefty has ordained, and " does ordain, Art. I. " That either the Intend ants; or " Perfons authorised by them for that-Pur-** pofe, do lend for all the Militia of every " Province or Generality fucceffively, to the Places where the faid Intendants, or the ** Perfons authorized by them, do rcfide, to *' pafs in Review, and to be fent home, im-'* mediately after, the fame Day, if it can " be done, to their refpedtive^ Parifhes, with " Orders to hold themfelves in a Readinefs * to march unon the firft Notice. II. '' His Majefty ordains, that till the ift *' Day of September next, the Milttia fliail ** not be abfent from their Pariflies, unlefs it ** be to work in fome that are adjacent, and * within the Compafs of two or three Days " march at the mod; and in that cafe, they " fhall.be obliged co acquaint the Syndick of u theirParifh with it, that he mayalways ** know where they are. III. " They (lull be paid at the Rate of 8 Sols per Day for every Serjeant, and 4 *' Sols for every Corporal, Lancepefado, (or " Under-Corporal,) Fuzileer, and Drum of " the faid Militia, during the Time they fhall be abfent from their Parifhes for the *' Review, which fhall not, however, exceed " the Number of three Days. It is his " Majefty's Intention, that this Review fhall "be made and all over, by the aoth of '* April at fartheft. IV. " As for tbofe that fhall not appear at the Review, two Lifts be made of their *' Names and Places of Abode, figh'd by " the Commiflary or Subdelegace ; one of " which, fhall be delivered to the Intendant, " and the other tb the Provoft-General of *' the Marfhalfea, or to bis Lieutenant of " the Precinct * and the Intendants fhall or-" der the faid Provofts, or their Lieutenants, " to fend Summons to the Iaft Habitations of " the Abfenters, to appear within a Month " at fartheft, reckoning from the Date of " the Summons; after which Time, thofe " that have not appear'd, nor fent in any " lawful Excufe to juftify their Abfence, '* fhall be referred by the faid Provofts, or " their Lieutenants, to the faid Subdelegates " or Commiflaries, who fhall keep a Regi-" fter for that purpofe  after which, Coun-" cils of War fhall be fummon'd by the In-*' tendants, to try, and pafs Sentence of " Death, if they deferve it, as Deferters, upon fuch of the Militia, as have been " tions of the Ordinances touching the Mi-" Una. VI. " The Intendants fhall caufe the " Cloaths and Arms of the Militia to be " view'd in the Magazines, and fhall fend " an Account thereof to the Secretary at " War's Office* together with the Sums it " will require to put them in complete Re- pair. VII. " His Majefty again declares, that " the Militia which have been raifed in " Confequence of the Ordinance of the 25th of February 1716, or replaced in 1727, " fhall be difebarged at the End of the prefent " Year 1730 ; nor fhall any of them, under " any Pretence whatever, be excepted from " that Difcharge, unlefs it be fuch as not " having appeared at the former Reviews, * have obtained their Pardon, by making " their Submiffion to ferve four or fix Years, who fhall remain Militia in difcharge of of their Parifhes during the Time in their " Submiffion fpecify'd ; and that in the Be-" ginning of the Year 1731, Care fhall be " taken for replacing thVfaid Militia that are " to be difcharged the latter End of the Cur-" rent Year. It is moreover his Majefty's " Intention, that the Militia raifed in�purfu-" ance of the Ordinance of the 15th of Janu-" ary i720� fhall continue to ferve till the^ " End of the Year of 173a. His Majefty or-" dains and commands the Governors and " Lieutenant. Generals of bis Provinces, and *e the Intendants of the faid Provinces to ap-u ply themfelves, each in his Station, and ac " cording to the Rules laid down, to the " punctual ObfeVvarion and Execution of the " prefenr Ordinance. His Majefty Iikewife " orders the Governors of his Towns �nd " Places, all Bailiffs, Senefchais. Provofts, " judges, their Lieutenants, and other his " Officers, to whom it appertains, to be " affifting in the faid Execution." Done at Verfailles, the tyb o/February, 1730, Sigrid, LOUIS. And underneath, BAVTK Hague, April 25. N. S. We have an Account here, that the Exchange of the Men at: Brunfu ick has been made, and the Congrefs ended to the mutual Satisfaction of the Partiel concerned. Deal, April la. Remain only the Prince of Afturias, Blackburn, for the South Seas; the India Merchant, Barlow, for  _ �; the Dolphin, Webber, for Amfterdam. The Bland ford and all the others are failed, with the Eagle, Everett, for Figura ; the Eber^ Robinfon, for Exon, and a Ship out of Ramf-gate Road, fuppofed the Content, Cornifil, for Bofton. Yefterday arrived the Bermuda, Heron, from St. Kits. Wind N. �, Gravefend, April lo. PaflVd by the Providence and Hannah, John Hammond, th� Wn^ht, William Harvey, the Change, John Mites, all Jrbm Norway. Gravefend, April 2.. Pa (fed by the Ri* chard and Sarah, Nichols, from Lisbon ; the Emanuel, Nelfon, aod the Concordia, ZeemaOj from Norway. LONDON. Hi's Majefty Was pleafeil, on MnriJay Iarr, t6 oHer a Proclamarion for prdhibiting his Subje�t$ refiding in Great Britain, to lend, or advance^, or procure to Be lehr or advanced, any Sum of Money tb^hy Foreign Prince withotlt Licenccj for the Space :of -Twelve M'onrhs. John Carterj who Was brdered for EXeCiltlori laft Friday, but afterwards reprieved for a Weekj hath fince oBtain'd-a furrher Reprieve in order for Tranfportation. On Monday Night Iaft at the Lodge ar the Etar and Harrow Tavern in Butcher-ROw withoUfc Temple-Bdir, feveral Gentlemen were made Free and Accepted Mafons, with the accuftomed Ceremonies of that Mylterious Society ; ambngft whom were Sir Thomas TWifdale, Mr. Chiche-fter, Brother to the Lord Donegal, and Dr. Hoi-lin*. Yefterday thCIr Majefties went td Richmoridl and dined there, and returned again in the � veiling to St. James's. The fame Day thi Gommittee appointed to in-fpeft into the feveral Goals met in the Speaker** Chamber at the Houfe of Corrimons, and examined divers Witneflej in relation to fome ArTair* of Mr. Bambridge, late Warden bf the Flee^ Pifon; and'tis faid fdme of his Servants have* turned tvidenoe againft him. Mr. Htiehes fat * Chairman, in the Abfence of Mr. Ogitthorp. The fame Day three Men bf the Firft Regiment of Foot Guards were whipt on the Parade in Srf Jame�'s Park for Negleft of their Duty. And another was whipt for firing' off his Piece at Midnight* as he was on his Poft near their Majeures Lodgings at Sr. James's, which very mucfi fur prized the whole Court* and alarmed the Guard. The fame Day Mr. Lynn, one of his Majefty*s  j f -, c.oru-P with ail EXprel^ The fame Day the Rt. Hon. the Lord l^ayor, Alderaen' anrj Common Co'uncil of, this, Qty agreed t6 prefenf his Grace tbe Lord Ar^hbij0:op. of Dublin with his Freedom of.this Cftfc inif GoldfrBoxof 30I. Vajuer> ,.; ... ,: '; . Laft Night John Gay, ouhe.Cptiotyd/weft^ meath, Ekj;>was marcy'd to Mifs MaryMiAf*. neaux, Daughter of Dr. Moljrfaeauxi.1 Sublirf, April 14. Oh Friday laft d d'lri rlfie" County of Kilkenny, John Ryan, Efq; Council at Law.. T Lit

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