Tuesday, June 15, 1762

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London Gazette (Newspaper) - June 15, 1762, London, Middlesex 4 * + k 4 4 k. '5 .Lord's joftices General at - of Ireland, f ^atifi^aj i June 19, 1762.  George now A PROCL AM ATI O N. Armagh. Jn. Ponfonhy. 'HEREAS His Majefty hath figmfied t| onto us His Royal Pleafure, Thac the i Parliament of this Kingdom,, w ftands Prorogued to Tuefday the Tw;*my-nintii Day of Jane Infunt, be further Prorogue*- toTueiday the Twenty-fourth Day-of Auguft next; we do therefore publilh and declare, Thac the faid Parliament be, and=accordingly the faid Parliament 15 hereby further Prorogued to Tu^fday the Twenty-fourth Day of AuguiL next, whereof the hot.dt Spiritual and Temporal, and the-Cammons in this prdent Parliament, ar&to take Norice accord- Cologne, "Mas? 9. The'Pfince of Conde is expected 'here theUth, and willfet out the next Day tor"the JulUrs) J^ne 10. ; The French are forming a rery reatltfagazine^of Hay, Oats,- Straw,. Flcur, vRye, ice, &c. at DalSq;, iietweea this Ttxwn and Rarer Unn AH the Provifions that were fentfrom Lies? Ms that Given at His Majefty'sCafde of Dublin, the 8th Day of June, 1762. By their Excellencies Command, * * Too. Watie. GOD Save the KING. Warfanu> May 29. Prince R?dzivil> Great General of Lithuania, died ld& Week. Sixteen' Thoufand Ruffians, under the Command been furniftied by the Ducchy of Juliers, have been carried into this Magazine ; and it is faid it will foon be fo much encreafed. tnac it will be fufikient tofub- * w fill the Army ftveral Weeks, fhould they be obliged to quit the Banks ofths Rhine and retire towards ti^e Maef'e. v June it The Gendarmerie, that w'er3 quartered here, zi Vffetand in the Neighbourhood; are all marched by Henry ChapeJie and \A I^hittr>> who have refided a: Magdebourg, are' exp^ced fra'ck'' the Doge was, publifhed by the. R inging of Bella in this City, and his Pigare in Wax was laid in State in the Ducal Palace, the Corpfe having, been interred privately on the: 20th,. in the,Yaok of the Lauzedano Family, in the Church of the Dominicans. On the 27th his Obfequies were "performed according to Cullom, by folemn Proceflioxis of the Monks and Fryars, fecular.Clergy, and religious Fra-ternities ; and the Figure repreienting the Corpfe was followed by. theRektions, in the deepeft Mourn- Church of the Dominican Fryars, and eredlcd a^d il-  1 ing there repofcd in a great Maufolsm luminated for that Purpofe. The Patriardi officiated an the Funeral Service, and an Oration was made in Latin in Praife of the deceaftd Prince. On the 31ft paft, Procuratore Marco Fofcarini was elected Doge in theTorm eltablifiied by the Laws of =this Republick.; and the publiclc Feftivals are held for threeDaysj as ufuai on that Occafion.' Wu fo and received wich the Honoua ihevyn by this Republick to Sm^ereign Princes. Copexbiigcn, June.$, The 2d In ft ant, about Eight o*Cioc!t in rhe Morning, his Danilh Majefty fet.out fron) hence on his Progrefs,. and wa$ attended only by the^Miaifters of ihe Privy Council, the Grand Martha!* a-nd five or fix o;ier Perfons of Diflinftion. �The next Morning, in about*, two Hours Time, he happily pafi'ed the Great Belt. He is expected-at Gor.orp on the 7th in the Evening, and to continue there iill*h� -i 1 th. > - n S. Letters frpm Stettin mention, that the Prince -of Bevern had-tcolle&ed all theTroops that could be fpared from thence, and was marched to join the. King of Pr.uilia in Silefia. The Peace with the Swedes was to be declared laft Sunday at hjh.vlcky yii . Hague, june 11 * The News of -the Spaniards ha ing t^ken Poffeffion of theCaftle of Braganza) jj confirmed.by the Letters fxom K^bdri^ or-the ?2d paft,. and that they intended, next to fi^ge to Almeyda and Chiaves, It feems frill uncertain when the "Campaign wiit open on this Side. It is faid, that the Armies cannot begin their Operations for Want of Grjeen dotage. The Lowe* Rhine Army was ffill" encamped, in three Separate Corps, at ^ufieldor^ Weftl, and Rees,  .   / The Pruffians continued-in the fame Pofition in Saxony, where Marflial jSerbelloni iad ceceiv�d fome Reinforcemehts, to en^bJe bk& to ftopiixc Progrefs of Prince Henry. - . Whitehall, June 19. The King has: been pleafed to jdpnfHtpTe apd'gps-point George Donk'Eajtl of Halifax; Ge^fg^'Hay, Doftor of "'Thrpmas prby punter, John Forbes, vand*"Haii^ ,*Stan!ey;*Efq^s/;'Gebrge Bu]|r Villiers, commonly'.called - lord Vifcoii^t Viltlers, and Thomas Pelham, Efq^ to ie Comin'ynoneh fot Executing the Officje ofl^gh AdmiraJ of Great B:rf-taia and-Irelandi and the Domisions, Iflands; 2^6. Territories thereto relpeftively belonging. � *v The King has been pleafed to conftitute and ap* point William Butjtbn, fcfon Orieba^'John Wynd-ham Bcwyjrir, -FiTe4e^^r3�^Rd,-- *D^id ^ajpiMon, William^-ay^r, ^George- Lewis--Scott, ^nd Hemy Poole, Efq*$: together wi&l'Tfeoma^ Sowlby, to be vCoinmiiBQhers % � the Managei^nt and Re-.ceip$.$f^is M^^s^^uo^^k^^ * ony whatever. - of Tarliamehi^4^f0 $<$m -p Mining cf Majtftys Lieut money of tbt County of Northampton,

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