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London Gazette (Newspaper) - March 13, 1762, London, Middlesex From, featut&aj? March 13, to Cu*&3|? March 16/1762. By the KING, A PRO CLAllAf ION, For giving Encouragement to Seamen and Able-bodied Landmen to enter themfelves onBoard His Majefiy\s Skips of War y and for granting Rewards for dif .coveringfuch Seamen as fhall zoncedl themfel and Two. Pounds. Ten Shillings for every Ordinary Sfearaan flufll be paid, fb:~ai5y Perfpn who? fhali difebyer any Seaoiian- pr^Se^dieh who. may fecret themfelves, fo r1iat5-fu|h"Seaman or; Seainejn fhall be takenfor Our faid Service on or before thefaiti jrft Day of March next, by say of Our Sea.Officers employed for Tailing Men; lie faid RWafdVtpfte paid for any Seaman Or.SeaJBfteh. fo '^ifcovefedakd �taken in and afroutLondon, by.rieP^x^tipaiQfficerr> "ancf Commiffioh'ers of pvrNdvy/j^'and^r.tW-^Oa'c 'Ports, by the .Naval.Officers 'where there are Shy, arid where ihete are &0:N^varOfi^irsv^y the Cot* feftors of Oar Cuffonisj imtneaiaiaiy; njppn a Certificate being produced to 'ibe^d.Principal0Bceh and CommifSoners of Our Na^y? l^ayal OffiJceT* V - The King has been pleafed to prefent JkmesTral, Doctor in Divinity,, to. the Vicarage of Weft Hata in the Cotimj* of Effex^ and Diocefe of bodied, void by the Death" of Hugh Wyat, the'laff Inc'iiar-.bent. Admiralty Office, March 1^ . r . His Majefty's Ship the Hffex; cpmm^Wded by Captain Schamberg, being a;?fai2^:'on"&Sf 9th Inftant, tookoff LTmantih'e^omalft of^anfeirKy a French PnVatier of 20 Qarii^e-'Gtipi:,m^0y:Sh Pounders, befides Swivels^ wittr 1 jo:' Men,'" conv manded byv M, de Cock, and has feht her'into-Portfmouth. His MajeftyV'Ship the Tartar, commanded by-Capt. John Knight, being alfp upon a Cruize, on the*. ;