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London Gazette (Newspaper) - April 13, 1762, London, Middlesex \ ^ r * 6? *utW*j. From Cueflmp April 13 featucfcap April 17 7 #2 AT tire CoM April, 1762, 7 a^e the Second Day of February laft* to Promife and Detlare (amongft other Things) That the Bounties of Six Pounds for every Able Seaman, and of Three Pounds for every Ordinary Seaman, fhould be .paid to �ery fuch Able" and Ordinary Seaman, not above the Age of Fifty, nor under the Age of jjjgbtsefc Yeai$rttho Should, on or before the Thirty. �rft Day. of March laft, enter themfelves toferve in His MajeftyY Royal Navy, either with., the Captains or Lieutenants of His Majefty's Ships, or the Chief Officers ort Board fuch Tenders a* fhould ployed for Railing Men for the Service of t Navy ; and that a Bounty _of Thirty Shillin be paid to.every Able-bodied-Landman, i the Age of Thirty-five* nor .under the Age of Eighteen Years, who fhouid, on. or before the faid Thirty-firft Day of March laft,. in'like, Ma ltintarrly. enter themfelves to ferve'in His Royal Navy; and that a Reward of Five Founds for every Able-, and Two Pourids-Ten Shillings for every Ordinary Seaman/ fhould be paid, to any Per-fon, who fhould difcover-any Seaman or Seamen who fhould fecret themfelves, fo that fuch Seaman or Seamen fhould betaken for His Majefty's faidSer-Vice-And whereas the Time limited, for'payi.ng the feid Bounties and Rewards expired on the Thirty-firft of March laft; aijd it being judged expedient for His Majefty's Service, that the fame fhould be continued to be paid from the faid 31ft of March, to the 31ft of May next; and that fome Alterations fhou!d be made in the Manner of Payment of the faid Bounties and Rewards-His Majefty,' with- the Advice of His/Pdvy-Council,dotb.therefpr6.Order; and it is hereby"accordingly ordered, That the aforementioned Bounties .of Six Pounds for every Able Seaman, and of Three Pounds for every Ordinary Seaman, . or be brought to any of the faid Officers,'- or to th� Majefty's Dock-yards : The faid Rewards to be paid for any Seaman or Seamen fo difcovered and taken in and about London,- by the Principal Officers and; Commiffiofcers of His Majefty's N&vyVand at the Out-Ports* by the Naval Oncers AvhSre there are any; and where there are no Naval Qfficers*by the Officers employed in Raifmg. Men; or, Jn^Ca^. of there not being any fuch Officej: or Officers^ by the. Coiie&ors of His Majefty's Guftoms, immediately upoa a Certificate being * produced to-- the jfa#I Pri&-cipal Officers and CommiiSoners^df ^Hi^.'MijeftK^ Navy, N&val Officers^ Officers'.eraployecf. ring Men, or Colle&ors of His; Majefty's Cuftom? refpeftively, by the Perfon or Pecfons who may ma&e Difcovery-^of- any*Seaman- or Seamen vas "a%reiK<& e_ or-T5fanies, and Number of Seaman'prbcu^MlJhVCq^aB^^^ Difcovery ; and the faid Certificate; tto^.bs j^ve^ by fuch Officer as may take fuch Seaman or Seamen for His. Majefty's Service -Whereof all ^ P^j^rcemf cerned are to take "Notice/, and gorcrh t&efefefvei accordingly. I&n. .Fane. f- 1 � T f * [ Price Three Pence. ] Copenhagen, April 6. . The King and Qgeen Denmark, together with-the^'^^hg^Kint^ffekV ai?4 the_ Princefa Charlotte, fet .qujt^hi^^ Friedenlbourg. The Queen Dowager is ;."fUll; indiC F' fed. -�-'v Hambourg) April 9. We hear from Metklenbfeh that the Swedifh General Ehrenfchw.dMh'as pr^ppf to the Prince of Wurtemberg, w&q^ctrao^nd^^ Pruffian Troops in. that Dut^hy, aCeflation ofJ^r for Two Months; Hanover, April 9. General Lnckter/ha^ing detached 500 HufTars to Heiligenftadt, the Marq^isde Lortange marched outof Gottin^p'^i^I'fiD^Hor.fe and 2000 Foot, to intercept them/ of^-which tha Former having Noticej he .ppt himfelfa^ the Head of 1600 Horfe ; and having coine up "witKr:rtKfi French General the 6th Inftant, as he was retreating in great Hafle towards Gottingeir, he fell upon his Rear, kifled him 3.0 Men, and took Fourfcore Pri* foners, befides 100 Horfes/ Major Wintzingerode^ who commands the Heffian Huffarfr, has taken ao-Officer, with 50"French HufTars, in the Country'of Eichsfeld. "M. deVaux, Commandant at Got tin-gen, has^ on a fudden, fet at Liberty the Town's-People, whom^he had imprifoned, by Order, as. is fuppofed, of his Court,.in Confequence bf Repre-fentations^made there by Prince Ferdinand of Bruhf-wick, of the tyrannical Conduft of that Officer. Hague, April 13. The French Troops zre iii Motion from the Lahne towards Gallfel} and another Corps-
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