London Gazette, January 16, 1762

London Gazette

January 16, 1762

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London Gazette (Newspaper) - January 16, 1762, London, Middlesex 1 >-F From ^attirCa? January 16, to Cttftbaf January 15, 1762 Weftmihjler 1 January AT the Court at &. ^WrV, the PRESENT. HIS-J>ay His Majefty came to the The KINGVmoft ExcellentMajefty inCouncil. Peers, *nd being (eated fual Solemnity His WHEREAS His Majefty by His Royal PrOdami July earing Robinfon,Knt. gentleman U&er crf.the. Blacjc I dec!arer (amongft otherThings) That the Boairties'of Ao4 to the their Attendance fent with a Meflage frfcin His;Ma Commons* commanding -the Houfe of Beers* The c being come thither ^accfcrdwgly Majefty was plea&d to make the gracious Speech. My lords, and Cenitemen, HAVE often affured you. Gf ;My fincjew Difpofition, to put an End. to thb Calamities of y and to reftore the Fublick Tranquillity, on fqlid and lafting Foundations, that no impartial Per-{pk itthir atHoxne, or Abroad, canfafpe&Me of anneaHTa$y kTndl&g "a new War in Europe-, But, it^� with Concern,T-acqaaint,you, that, iiriteyour Receft, I have found Mykll indifpenfably obliged to declare War agatoff Spam. The Cattfes alt fet forth in my Pablick Declaratfoft t>b this-Occafion; And therefore I ihaij not detain you with, the Re^ petition of them. My own Conduft, fince My Ac-ceffion to the Throne, as ^vell as that of- the-late Xing, My- Royal Grandfather, towards Spain, has be^o fo foil' of Good-will, and Friendfhip j So averfe to the laying hold of feveraljuft Grounds of p-wnkinK which m\&ht have been alledp-ed.; And every able Seaman, and Shillings for every prdinaiy, Seaman, lhould be paid to every fuch able and ordinary Seaman, not above fks Age. of ftfty, nor under - the Age of Twenty Years,- who' ihouid, on or before the Twelfth Day of September laft, enter themfelves to ferve in His JWaje* &y\ Royal Wavy, either with die Captains or Ue&te-, naits^of His Majefty^ Ships, or the Chief Officers off Board fuch Tenders as ffioold be; employed fo? railing Men for the Service of the. Royal Navy: And' that � Bounty of Thirty Shillipgs fhould be paid to every able bodied Landman not above the Age cfTbiJ^'Five, nor under the Age of Twenty Years, who ihotild, on Or before the faid Twelfth Day of Septejnbert in like ManiW voluntarily entet themfelves to ferve in His Majeftv's Royal J though I have hit nothing untried* that could have prevented.this Rugture, I have thought it ncceflary & prepare agsraft every Event. I therefore rely on" the ' Divine Blefling on the Juftic of- My "C86fe^ The zealoua, andjiowerful, ante of My faithful* Subjects; Antfthe Concurrence Of-My" ASie$i who niufr find themfelves-luvdved W the pernicious, and extenfive, Projects of My for paying Rewards hath' been extended to the Twelfth of this InftantDecember} And it being judged pedientfbr His' MaieftyV Service, that the f of - the Catholick f ffiould be cdhtmued jefty, with the Advice of His PrivyCounciJ, doth therefore order> te4 it js; hereby accordingly ordered, that the Time.limited for Payment of the ted Bounties and Rewards, be prolonged -an^ extended from the faid Twelfth Day of this Iriftaht Decern  ber, to the Thirty Firii Day of January nejtt incln-'five. Whereof all Pexfens conceded are to take Notice, and govern themfelves Hen. Fane Affift St. Jiun�ssst January 19. ' ' - The following Addrefs of the Sherif, NobiHty, Gentlemen- and Clergy -of the County Palatine of Lancafler, has been prefented tp His Majefiy by Sir Ellis Canlifie, Bart. 6m of the Rieprefentatives^ in Parliament for t&e Borough of-Liverpoole, -beihg-introduced by the Lord of ifo Majefty's Bed'-Chambei in Waitihg: Which Addrefs His Majelly; was pleafed receive wnr Enemies. ., , , \r 1 leave thefe Confiderafions with you, full of the tdftefi Confidence, That the Honor of-My Crown, sad the-Intere^s ^of My Kingdoms, are fafe-w you/ Hands. J - C ?j^ce.;ijjiree Pem, } To the King's nroft Excellent Majefly, Addrefs Lancail Clergy pf ihe County Palatine of Oadefcend, moft l our dutifol Wd 4 9 Sovereign,-' :�> acct Congra tul moni ai I I and aofpiiioas Ev$tf ;

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