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London Gazette (Newspaper) - April 3, 1762, London, Middlesex �m 1| From &atmW 3 April r the 3d Bay and theG . PR E , S -E N T, tllNTG's moft Excellent Majefty in Council.. � - � � . * * HERE A S His Majefty was gracioufly pleafed, by His Royal Proclamation;bearing Date the. Second Day of February laft, to jpromife and Declare-(amojigft other Things) That die Bounties of Six Pounds for every Able Seaman, and: of Three Pounds for'every Ordinary Seaman, ihould fce -paid to :every fuch Able and.Ordinary Seaman; not; above the Age of Fifry> Jdor under the Age of Eighteen Years, who fhould, on#r before the.Thirty-firllDay of March laft, enter themfelves toferve in His Majefty's -Royal: Navy, either-with the Captains.or Lieutenants of His MajeftyVShips,; qr, the Chief Officers on .Board fuch Tehders as ftioulcl 'be. em- j Majefty's Dockyard* ployed for Railing Men for the Service, of the Royal ^Nflvy; and .that a Bounty of Thirty Shillings ihoidd be-paid to every Able-bodied Landman, not above the ^Age - of Thirty-five, nor under the; ;Age of Eighteen Years, who fhould, on or before the /aid Thixty-firft. Day of March laft, in like'Manner, vor luritarily enter themfelves to. ferve/in Hist.Majesty's Royal Navy ; and that a Reward of. Five Pounds for every Able, and Two Pounds Ten Shillings for every Ordinary Seaman, fhould be paid to any-Per-fon, who fhould difcover any Seaman or.e^men jvho fhould fecret themfelyes, fo that fuch Searrtan M?jrfty> faid^Ser- Landmen immediately upon tkeifEfctting, cersi[T^rnployed inRdifing Men fbxi'vHis Majefiy's:Fleet, with Whom facfc Seamen; and Land-Ihall refpe�Uvely;enter/andwhere there, is-nqt Regulating Officer, jby the Clerk of the Cheqi Majefty?a Dock* yards-r^And His Majefty" dothvhsjreby further OixUr* That die Mbrtoendonai^Rewardsidf iFive Pounds for. every Able*; and Two Pounds Ten ShiU fhall difcover � cret themfelves bed to b$ paid t& man or Seaman fhall be. taken for Hts:*Maiefly-s faxd' Service oil or before the faiijift -Day^of May nxt; by any: SeaT-.6lEcers;employed\ for' his Name, and the Name or Names, and - cer ____ired in Conieguence of his bifcovery r and the faid Certificate to be given by. fuch Officer as may take :fucheaman or Seamen fot -Whereof all Perfons con-* :fty e to take'Notice, ^1 - ^ ? ^ accordingly. Hen* F&t< St, Jaituts,. April 6. . . , The following Addrefsr, of the Comnuffipn of Uitf General- Affembly of the-Chuijh of'Scotland, has been. prefented . to His Majefty by the 2a Do^or John Hyndman, Moderator Qf/.thevJaiWiiff-neral AfTembly, of tk fe&Chorchv and the Relrfr rend Mr. Duncan Macfatlaa, .one.of theMini&rs thereof, Deputies, ifor that P,or.pole, ftoin ,th�. laid Comrniffion, who .vyer?. introduced .by *fce ml of Bute, one His Majefty's Princip,' :Sec#teriea 6f State. EyoprMajefty's mpftdUWW-r ~�,..-^ the Minifters and Elders,.ine^ini^e^^m;np9n General Affembly of the Church of Scotland, embrace, with Joy, this � tulating your Majefty upo happy Marriage ;