London Gazette (Newspaper) - April 6, 1762, London, Middlesex CUefOap April 6 featucDaj? April to 762 T > Wejlminft, HIS pay His Majefty came to the Houfe- of Peers, and being in His -Royal Robes feated* on the Throne 'with the ufual Solemnity, Sir Septimus Rbbinfon, Knt. Gentleman Uftrer of the Black Rod, was. fent with a MefTage from His Ma-jefty to the Houfe of Commons, commanding their Attendance in the Houfe of Peers. The Commons being come thither accordingly. His Majefty was pleafedto give the Royal Aflent to, An A3 to explain, amende and reduce into one A3 of Parliaincnt, the fever al Laws now in .being, relating Ah A3 for continuing) enlarging* and ?to'J&ing iffflfy kjfe8ual,fo much of an A3', made intht FoufiiehttfTfrofr of the Reign of His late Majefty King Gfbtge the Setind,' intitled, An A3 for enlarging the Terms'andPowekQ. granted by two A3s of Parliamentlr for tepair$g^?m; Roads, leading from Seven OAsi tVWotdfgtii? Tonbridge Wells; andfrom Woodfgate,to Kippings Cfofij in the County.of Kent; anthaljofor repairing tbe~1tpad$: from Kippingi Crofs aforefaid% to Lafriberburft" Pound, and Pullens Hill, in the laid County : and to'Tlimwelt ingy repairing of Sufi 'kr, of ijing and training the Militia, witi reat Britain called England. . : for the Encouragement of Seamen, ry and. ejfe3ual Manning His Majefty for the better fupply from Kippingi Crofs aforefaid, to Lamberhurft t Pound, Pullens Hill, and Flimwelt Vint aforefaid. " An A3 jo amend an A3, made in thethirty "fctitidj! Tear of the Reign of His late 'Majefty1, for repairing arid widening federal Roads, therein mentioned, in the Counties of Southampton andDorfet; and for amending and' widening the Road, between Ringwpod Gat�z'i??~r t$ej.^ of Southampton to Wool/bridge \' and ft Great Weftern Road, between a Place cdlk4'r thereof; and to prote& and encourage1 j Thick Thorn and Cqfhmore Inn* ;i Pifh. Wefiminfttr with Fijh ; and to reduce the prefe A3fc effe3ual 4fth Year of the Reign of Her late Majefty intituled, An A3 for providing a public Reward for fuch Perfon pr Perfons as jhsal djfcover thi Longitude at Sea, with regard to. the making Expe-ments of Propofals made-for diJco on Bujhey Heath, through the Market Towns of Watford, Berkhampftead, Saint Peters, and Trhig, 'in the County of Hertford, by Peitiphers Elmsy to the Turnpike Road at Walton, near Aylejbury, in the County of Bucks, ' An.'Acl for repairing andnvidening the Road from the Turnpike Road atWeyhill, in the County of South- made in the Twenty-eighth Year of the Rtijgnof late Majefty King George the Second, for nidking �, gable Sankty Brook, in the County cflhihcafte?,aq4 for the extending, and improving the faldNa^i^ion^ : An A3 for the better Relief ahd �kpli^ikrof :M Poor, and for cleaning the Streets, tan^if'dnctM^ Paffages and Places, in the Parijh of Stifatiestyit& in the Liberty of Weftminfter, and for enlarging thf Church-yard belonging to the faid Parijh. * v An A3 for building two new Churches, and prti* aiding Burial Places within the T%wn of Liverpool, in the County Palatine of Lancafter \ and for }fbebetiet preferring the. Pavemtnts pf the\Stiee'tfifi- the''Jaik Town ; and for afcertaining the jFafes andlPticestl Bf paid to Carters, Carmen, Hackney Coacbnien\jind Chair* for regulating their Bebawiour within 'zfei aid lowti* � ; ' An A3 for continuing ahd rendering more effectual em A3, pajfedintbe Tenth Year of 'His late'Majifty% Second, intitled, An A&9 for'chntinutnjr men Way amptoni to the gi County of Wilts. ' An A3 for altering, widening, -and amending, 1 Road, fom the North Gate of the City ofWincheft, over- Worthy Cow '-Down, 'through Whitchurch a other Places, to Newtown Ri<very and alfo the Road, fjiumWmky Cons. to the p'-cfent Turi cf Southampton. t zfore/aid, through Wherwell. [ Pxice Three- Pence. ] Pennies Scot j 9 or one^ftxth .Part of a I*t ling, on every Pint cf Ale or Beer, thatfbatti or fold, within the Town of Dumfrier, and \ thereof, for paying thi Debts of the faid Tow building a Church, and making a Harbour jti far'laying a.Duty on the Tonnage of rShippii Duty on Goods imported and exported, into, dxd: the Port jff the faid. Ttwdn, for 4hi hitter ofthefoidHaridur- ;^ . .* And to Fifteen Private Bill*.