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London Gazette (Newspaper) - May 18, 1762, London, Middlesex t. -J . it:. idiidi 1 - 5. � Froth' Cwfta? May featurnap May 762 � 4- 1:. '-t 1762, �; the 9tH'of Majeffy in Council. HEft^E'A" ihe'.Tiine limited by His Ma- of tieSxif Six Pounds for every Able Seaman, and Three Poinds for every Ordinary Seaman, ihould "bcr;paid to every ffcch Able and Ordinary SeSmanV above Yfcurs1 jeftyV Order in Council of the .1 �laftiToF prohibiting tKe Exporting oat ot this Kingdom, or carrying Coaftwife, Gunpowder, Salt Petre^ or any Sort of Arms^ or. Amijiunitipn, will expire upon^tfee1 29th Diy of this Iriftant April - And Whereas it isjodged expedient for HiYMajeftyVSerr vice, and the Safety of this Kingdom, that the faid .Prohibition fhoMfd be coikinued for Ibme longerTime j His Majefty doth Jth^refore, by arid with the Advice of His PriW*eouri& and eommat}dr^ba!:. na^erfon or Pe'rfons whatsoever* (extept the Maftfer General, Lieutenant General, or Principal Officers of rheOrdnance for.His Majefty*s Service) do, at any T^ne, during the Space of Six Months, to coinmencexfrom the faid z$th Day of this, Inftant April, prefnme t�>_ tranfpoit into any Parts Out of this Kingdom, or carry-Goaftwife, any Gunpow^ ] der, Salt Petire, vo'r any Sort of Arms or Ammunition, or fhip^or. lade any.Gunpowder, Salt Petre, or any Sort-of Arms or Ammunition, ton Board any Ship or -Veflel, in-order t(* tranfporting the'fame into any Parts beyond the Seas, or carrying the fame Coaftwife, without Leave or Permiffion.in that Behalf firft obtained from His Majefty, or His Privy Council, iipori-Pain of - incumng and- fuffering the refpe&ive forfeitures and Penalties;infli�ted by an ASt paffed in \the Twenty Ninth Year of His late Majefly's Reign, ehritufed,An Aft to impower His Majefty topro- -----, -.------_.-----. _ Navy, either with the Capta lis Maiefty's Ships, or. the m-His; ins of: Chief '"7"TT~; ^----� t, -- -v ' rf- I Seaman, -be continued to be paid to every fuch Able V hibu the Exportation of Salt Petre, ^nd to enforce and Ordinary Seaman,, not above the Age of Fifty. the Law for impovvering His Majefty to prohibit ^^the Exportation of Gunpowder, or any Sort of E . art like^Marinter, vb-jluntarily enter themf^lves to ferve in His.Majefty^ iRoyal Navy ;ri-and"that a Reward of Five.Pounds ;for every Able, arid Two Pounds Ten Shtflings_for Ordinary Seamen it fon^ who. Ihould difcpver any Sea -who ihould fecreV themfelves,fo that fuch Seaman !or Seamen Ihould be taken for His M?jefty Vfaid Ser-vice~Arid whereas the Tinielimited-for^payingfthe faid Boundes and Rewards expired on the Tmrtp- 'firil off March iaft^ and it being judged expedient for His Majefty's Service, that the fame (hould becon-tinued.to be paid from, the faid 31ft of March, to the 31ft of May next'; and thkt* fome Alterations fhou?d be made *in the Manner of Payment of the faid Bounties and Rewards-1-His Majefty Advice of His Privy-Council, doth therefore Order; and it is hereby accordingly ordered, That the afore- Bount Seaman, Pounds for every Ordinary iS Petre, Gunpowder, or any Sort of Arms or Ammu-<*� nition." -And the Lords, CommilSoners of His IWajeity's Treafury, the Commiffioners for Executing the Office of Lord High Admiral of Great Britain, the Lord" Warden'of; the-Cinque Ports; the Mafler General, of the Ordnance, and His Ma jelly's-Secretary at War,' are' to give the'neceflary Directions herein, as to them may respectively appertain. Hen^ Fane. m AT the Court at St. J amiss, the zd Day of � jprii, 1762,. : P R E S E N. T, The KING's nloft Excellent Majefty in Council. HE R & A S His Majefty was gradonfly - "pleafedy by His Royal Proclamation bearii Date the Second Day of February M, to Promife and "Declare (amongfl other Things) That the Boun- , i Price Three Pence, J 'nor under the Age of Eighteen Years, who fhalV 6a or before' the * 3 z ft Day of May next, voluntarily 'enter themfelves to ferve in Hh Majefty*s Navy; either with the Captains or Lieutenants of His Ma-jefty*s Ships, or, the Chief Officers on Board fuch Tenders as fhall be employed for Railing Men Majefty's Navy 'alfo, that the Bounty of Thirty Shillings be continued to be paid to every Able-bodied Landman not above the Age of; Thirty-five, nor under the Age;of Eighteen Years, who (hall, on or before the faid 31ft Day of May next, voluntarily enter themfelves in, like Manner tp ferve in His Majefty*s Royal Navy; And thatfuch refpeilive Sums be paid to all fuch Seamen and Landmen immediately upon their Entring,- by the Officers, employed in Raiiing Meii - for His .Majefty's Fleet, with whom fuch Seamen iand-Land-men ftiall refpe�tively enter * and where there is not any Regulating Officer, by the Cleric of the Cheque or Naval, Officer of any of His Majefty's . Dockyards-And His Majefty doth1 hereby further Order* That the aforementioned Rewards of Five Pounds for every Able, apd Two Pounds Teh Shillings for every
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