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London Gazette (Newspaper) - January 26, 1762, London, Middlesex Efo?n CueDja.? January,26, to AT the.- Cgur|: at, St. James's, the 14th Day of decern fer,'\j61, '. '' 'E S EN T, Tfeiki& to promife and declare;(ahtongft-oiherThings) That the* Bounties of Fiye Pounds, ^r, every able Seaman, and of Thirty. Shi]lifeg!g,nf6r ^erjrorainary Seaman* ihouldbe paid to -every "CuiSaSe>a�id:- ordinary Seaman, not above the Age of Fjfyv nor under the Age of Twenty Y^ars, \vho fhoul^ on or before the Twelfth Day of Septeinfcerliajt, enter themfelves to ferv6 in His Maje-. fly's Royal- Navy1, either with-the Captains Or Lieutenants of. His'-Majefty's Ships* or the Chief Officers on -Board'*fnA Tenders as mould be employed for raifingi;Meti:-ftr the Service of the Royal Navy: And fyfirtie an4 Lawrels be always ihtefwtfveri #ith 'tbe'SaciedvGbld'that 'erTcirples ybufUoya'He^^'^ Arid^raat k'Bourity of Thirty Shillings ihould be paid to jvery able bodied Landman not above the Age of Thirty ^i^�dr.imde,r the Age of Twenty Years, whor'flibuld, on or before the faid Twelfth Dip of Se$tetn&Hv �r likcf Manner voluntarily enter them-feTyes;..feTfetare in .His Majefty's .Royal Navy1; and th^r^^e^r^of Two. Pounds for every able, and ^irtyfiMHmgsfor every ordinary Seaman,- mould Ke paid tp any rafon who ihould difcover any-Sea-man or' Seamen who mould fecret themfelves,- fo that, fuch Seaman of Seamen fhould be taken for His Majefty^ I fa�l Service. And whereas the TJnteijmfted1 fbr! paying the laid Bounties aid itife and good to proi^terth^Mickyof'tW-Peo^ rie-l And that thefe NaSohs, feefihg'theihTerve* nappy in diflant Ages, under the Reign of fob* Auguft^efcendantsi raay^ withTgr
lity^and btfijrPer* fons of'Diftifidliori'at-' the Caftle, to' compliment his Excellency th? , Xie.uteqa^t, rand an Ode was. p.erfo.rm.edupon' ^.is"^c^0pn.In;the.. Eyening.H Play was ^given,'v'by irs 'l�k&pfiKyr]fbt[)ij^t^ttii'' tainrhent of' xKej Indies,1 iiid '^.a. Ballot^he.jGaftlf, which was^an^omeHthoM ^k^xcjej^enc}'* -and,.^e.J|^die^.'an^a Qen^en^eQ,- who \>^ere yery-toj" meroiis,. �jr"er? jdrefle^^ ip ^anufg^br^sv ^f .^hts Kingdom,; andtlie't^ht'concfudeir Illununauoris, .Rmgina of Be Is* ana every other Dernonllraaon of Joy.., . - . - - -. General Poff Office, Jariiia'ry 15,- 1762. Puhlick NMkeJsher^ly^^entp.al} Merchants) and other's;'xtikefpdh-atyjr'wtfk. 'anfoajfi-ef the Kinedton of fyardekyrcpi itsce, Wre^ea-^iihy'^ar^q/^yha^>^Tz->-�fym;;durtng tbe^xJept.Wjir^ ^- - . h.
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