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London Gazette (Newspaper) - March 23, 1762, London, Middlesex From CtttCbaj March 23, to SaRirtrag March27, 1762. * �_ Wejlminjler^ March 24* , -^1 ""^HIS Day His Majefty came to the Houfe of Peers,'and being in His _- ~ Royal Robes feated on the Throne with the ufual Solemnity^ Sir Septimus Robinfon, Knt. Gentleman Ulher of the Black Rod, was-fecit with a Meffage from His Ma-jefty to the Houfe of Commons^ commanding their Attendance in the Houfe of Peers. The Com^^ns being come thither accordingly, His Majclty was pleafed to give the Royal "A(Tent to, An -Id for punifhing 'Mutiny and Defertion, and-'for the better Payment of the Army and their Sorters. An Ad far the Regulation of HisMajeftfs Marine F-crces, nubile on Shore. '.- \ ' \ An Aft for appointing Commijfioners for put ting in Ex- \ ecution u Aft of this Sejfton of Parliament, intituled, An Aft for granting an Aid to His Majefty, by a Land Tax,' .fo_ be raifed in Great Britain, for the Service of the Tear One Tboufand Seven Hundred and Sixty-two. �' An Act to prevent vexatious Proceedings againji Brewers, Viftualhrs, and others,- with refpeft to the: Trices of Beer and Ale; for better fecuring the Revenue upon Strong Beer and Ale, by preventing fraudulent" ynixtng thereof ; to repeal fo mud of an Aft, made in the Firjl Tear of the Reign of His prefeni Majefty, as '� extends to'certain Provifons relative to the Exportation of; Spirituous Liquors, to the Exportation of Strong Bier and A'e,- and for the more sffcftual preventing the re-landing of Beer, Ale, Cyder] and Mum, flippedfor Exportation as Merchandize. An Acl for remkring more effeftual feytral Afts faffed in the Fifth Tear of His late Majefty King George, the . Firjl, and, the Thirteenth Tear of His late Majefty King . George the. Second, for repairing-the Roads from the Top of Stokenchurch-Hill, to Erftoiv B->-Uge; through the City of Oxford, by Begbrsaie,- ta .Nevj Wood/lock in the. County ofOxm, and forrtpfirhigtheRoad,from the Crown Alebpnfe, to the Turnpike -on Stokencburcb Hill aforef aid, and for repairingthe'Mile Ways on each Side the faid-City-, as therein mentioned. An AcTfor repairing'and widening fever al Roads, in the Counties of Cornwall and Devom leading to the Borough of Sallafh in the CouMyfofCornwall. An Acl for repairing, widening, and altering,-the Road.from Sandon, in the County of Stafford, to Bullock Smithy, in the. County of Chefer, and from 'Hilderftone; to Draycott An the Moors, and' from Wet ley Rocks, 'to - Tean, in the faid County of Stafford. � i An Aft for amending, and widening, the Roads from the Turnpike Road at, or near, the Town of'Swindon, to the North End or Side of ,' he Town of Mar/borough, and from the faid'Tovjn of Marlborough, to the Village of Everley, in the County of Wilts.. . An Aft for repairing, and widening, the'Raads,from a certain Place near Bolton it the Moors, to Leigh* and /hence to the Guide Poft near Golbourne Dale, and to. the South End of Newton bridge, and from the faid. Guide Pofl, to'Winwick, and from. Newton, by Parr Socks, to. the Guide Pofl, in fair,, in the" County Bala' tine of Lancafter. ' \ � ' ' - An Aft for repairing and widening the Road, from the Lofiwiihiel Turnpike Rd^, .in the Parip of Creed, An" the County of'Cornwall, 'biottgb-Tregony, to Ruan Lhncborne,. and from Dentii Water to'Hhree hundred far'ds cn the South Side of T-fthim Mill, in the Parijh ~^cf Saint Juft in the faid Co.niy. [ Price Thre-Pence. ] An Aft for repairing, wfdening^and altering, fevered Roads, leading from Taviflick, to Plymouth, and other" Places, in the County ofDevon. An Aft for'amending, widening, and keeping in Repair, the Road, from Caftle-ftre'et, at the< End-of the Town of Hinckley,- to. Lutterworth Town's Ends find from; or near, the Guide Pofl, at Walcot Towtfs End,. in the County of Leicefler, to the Eighty Mile-Stone in Welford Field, in the County of Northampton. An 'Aft to amend and render more effeftual, an Aft paffid in the laft Sejfton of Parliament, intituled, An Aft for amending, widening, and keeping in Repair; the Road leading from Flfherton � Bridge, to the Turnpike ' Road at Willoughby Hedge, in Weft Knoyle, and from Wilton Bridge; to the Turnpike Road at the Weft End of Heytefbury; and'alfo the Road from the Turnpike Road, at the Top of Red Hone Hill, in the Panfh ofUrfhfont, to the Mile Stone, at the ^VefternfEnd -of Fifhertoh Street, in the County of Wilts. �- . " - �� f ; An Aft for repairing and widening the Roads leading. from Keffall, in the Qeunty of Salopy to Whifton^CroJs; and from thence over Bjtrnhill Green Rudge'Heath, 4y the two AVtu Inns, and to-^a Place (ailed High Gati Warren, in the County of Stafford. An Aft for enlarging the f'crm and Powers granted-by Two feveral Afts paffed in the Sixth -and. Sixteenth Tears of His late Majef/y, for the more effefttiat-repair-ing the Roads, leading from Wudefmid, in the County of Htrtford, to Barley and Rayfton, and for making the faid Afts more effeftual. � An Aft for bidlding d Bridge crofs the River Teefe; at, or mar, the Ferry, in the Parijh of Stockton in thf County.of Durham. ~ An Aft for better regulating the Peor, maintaining a Nightly Watch, lighting, paving, and cieaijing, the Streets, Rows, andPaffnges, providing Fire Engines, and Firemen, .and regulating the Hackney Coachmen, Chairmen, Carmen, and Porters,jwithin the City of Chtfter.. An Aft for the Enlightening the Stretts, Lanes, and Pajfages, within: theTown and County-of the Town-of Nottingham, . . '.. An Aft for fupplying 'the Town of Halifax with Water. And to Eighteen Private Bills. 'St. James's, March z~i The following Addrefs of the Governour, Council, and Affembly of Barbados, haying been' .trarif-rnitted by Charles Pinfold, �fq; their Governour} 'to the Earl of Egremoct^ on-e of His. Majefty's Pcin-cipal Secretaries bf State,; has .been prefeiited to the1 King: Which Addrefs His Majefly was pleafed to' receive very gracioufly. - To the-King's moft.Excellent Majefty, /; The humble Addrefs of the Goveniour, CbericH> .and AfTenibly'of Barbados;' ;r' May it pleafe your Majafly* (' ,- ""iErmit the Governour, Council,.and,Afigmbiy of Barbados to offer jqvt Congratulations on'-the* happy Occafion of your . J^a^fty'svMaKia.ge;-:; J$ri Occafion that fills with jqy'ftie Hearts of all your, faithful Subjects. Others hi.sy r^ace-early-in the; Expreffion of their .Duty* and Affe�tf'oD,; npnV ,c�n be 'more'-ardent. than!this"y
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