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London Gazette (Newspaper) - June 12, 1762, London, Middlesex The London Gazette From featUCUap June 12, AT the Court at St. James's, the 28th of May, I7 Notice is hereby given, that in Purftianci. of the A3 of Parliament pajed th~e laft Seffion,' a Meeting of His Majefty s Lieutenancy of the County of Northampton, is appointed to be held at the Georgelnn inNortbamptott, onWednefddy the Z$aDay cf'thisInftant June, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon* . '. - DUNK HALIFAX. . Downing Street, June 9, 1762. Jill Gentlemen willing, and': qualifiedferve'.as \ Officers in 'the Militia fir the County of Northampton, I as direSed by the* A3 of Parliament pafed thejlaft Sejfton, are defiredto fend their Names to me, w'jpjhi next General Quarter Sejftons to be holdeit-for. the, Jail County. DUNK HALIFAX. . Trinity Houfe in; Water Lane, London, .� June iz, 1762. > " ' " .Purfsant to an A3 of the laft Sejfton of Parliament* intitled, * An A3 to prevent the committing of Thefts 1 and Frauds by Perfons. navigating Bum Boats, and ' other Boats upon the River Thames,' the Mafter, Wardens and AJJiftants of the GuildFraternityjor Brother-' hood of the moft glorious and undivided^rinit^,-and of Saint Clement, in the Par if? of Deptford Strand'in the County of Kent, have made the following Qrders,Rule? and Regulations, viz. *-'r'r~. " I That every Bum Boat, Or ether Boat wbatfoever,' to be u/ed and navigated for the Purpofes,and within the Limits in the faid A3 mentioned, pall be marked as by the faid A3 is direSed, as follows.: ? I. The. Figure or*Figures compoftng the Ndniler' of each Boat to he not lefs than Four Inches in Height, and in every ether RefpeS proportionable thereto, and to be marked on the Outfide of the Stern; the Tops of which Figure or Figures in the Bows to be no more than three Inches below the upper Stroke.. * II. The Name cr Names, and Place or.Places of Abode, of the Owner or Owners, to be marked en eaehjn-ftde of the Boat, upon the upper Streake, as near the Middle as may be, the Letters compoftng fucb . Name or Names, arid Place or Places of Abode, to be not lefs than two Inches in Height, and in every � other Refpe3 proportionable thereto. III. The/aid Numbers,'Names, and Places of Abode, to be marked with Paint made of White Lead and Oil, upon a black Ground of Paint. IV. That fo often as fuch Numberj, Names, and Places of Abode, or any of'the Figure or Figures, or Letters compoftng the fame, are defaced, the fame . Jhall be renewed, and kept fair and legible, by marking fuch Roots again, in like Manner as is herein before direfied concerning the Firft Marking of fitch Boat, [ Price Three Pence. ] Berklhire,
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