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London Gazette (Newspaper) - June 29, 1762, London, Middlesex F&jfr'^Cf^^--Jtin| t v^y.^bi:di-^rySfeaWah, ffiouM coh'iiriae ..to bg/jj>aH/"w eyeff fiieh able and ordmary^eaman,; hot above the.Age of Fifty, nor uncfer: the Age" of B^gHteen Years, "Who 'mould', on or before the 31ft Day of? this Infant, voluntarily enter them'felves to ferve in His Ma: .jefty's Navy, either^kh the^Captaicfor Lieutenants of; 'His'. '^a|eftyTs^S^ps, or 'the Chief*. Officers on #6ard iucn 'Tenders1 as ftibulfd "be .employed for failing Men for the Service of His Majefty's Royal Navy : And.alfb thar the Bounty of Thirty Shillings fhould'he continued to be paid.to eyeryable' b6cfted Landman not above the Age of Thirty. Eive, ,,nor under "the Age -of Eighteen Ye$r$; who fhoald, on Or before the (aid 31 ft.Pay of this Iriftant, volunta* fily entert^ernfejves,in like Manner to ferve Maiefty's Ro'yal Navy y ahd that a Reward. Pounds for every able, and of Two Pounds Ten 'Shillings for. every ordinary.-. Seaman"; fhoald ;cW tmue "to be paid to anyPerfon-wbo fhould difc yef any Seaman or Seamen wh6 may tecttt Jthdih-, felves, fo that fuch Seaman or SeaefeafhaQfrTbe taken for His MajeSy's faid Service, On 6r before ,the faid Thirty-firft Day of this Ittfkiit.---/ihSt Whereas the Tihie limited for paying trre.fald Bounties -and Rewards is near eftpiring^ ArTd1 it being judged expedient for His Mayfly's Service,' that the fame fho'ohf.be continued for feme Tfnje longer; His Majefty, with the Advice of His-Pfiv^ Council, doth therefore order, and it is hereby accordingly .Ordered,' that the Time limited J fof Paymenrof the faid Bounties and Rewards, be prolonged and extended from the., faid 31ft Day of this Inftant May, to-the 31ft-Day of .jtiry next. And that the faid � Bounties and 'Rewards be pM in the Manner directed by His Maje'ftyV aforementioned Order, in Council of the 2d of April kit. Whereof all Perfons. concerned are to taj Notice, arid, govern Aemfefves-accordingly. - W. Blair. WHtojf 'i'-WeX ''fib*-* red&eiv&i^'aal will Je-.�to noW aiembie'd hiVArmy''} 'die Head: Quarters, are at Wefel: The Allied Army,,..under-the Hereditary Prince 6(:&iatik&t are. alio inMovement ; ctf wB'icn'brder^K'aveBeeri ;fent to'cot'tKe Bridges, tb* Wench have oh. tfeitfcMe.-aW.tlfc .G^ and Co? Ifl^Vie1,-fearing &er;Affied Traps', fhould fender thjeaa? fel^# Mafte?s^-�Jf tfiera. Tt .is faid' that ftrong Gax-rffeds wrll fcre ^>6wn' into this Place and Cologne* to -prevent the Allied Army from. palling the Rivei near thofe Plates. The 'Fortification* dfTDeiriz ate nowiinifhed, Vv*e have]uft tidti received Advice, that there, has beein ft me Skirmifhesr betwtett ther-LightTrbbp*' of the advanced ^ofbiVanS. that the Ffeath fcaW been obliged to retire withiaaieLjSfs-. . Mambqurg, .Jmit The Ki8� of B�Mdarfe ha^ \ ving demanded* a Lbap Iron*, thi* C�y, offtll^lfiQi) ; of.^oyara Sahcttr makingTwo Hiadjed and Fiftjr Warfaw,'fiihe11.'. Mr." Wroughton, appointed Refident frbm His BritarmickMajsfty to iKis Court, arrived here this DaySe'hnfght from Peterfbourg, and had Yefterday his firffc Audience of the King of Poland. Brejtaiv, June 16. YeRerday the Duke of-Severn arrived'here with Four Battalions' and fonit Provincial Huflars. -; _ ... . . 'r . ,. . Genef^'C^l&TiicTieW Arrived at: Thbtn." -about twelve .Days 'ago, shad ft is-hoped will be able to jpin-his 'P^fEah'-Maj^fty-by fh'e Eh^ of "this Month, or Beginning of next. s . " l ' 1N& AltelfSrtoh ^s; ykt m^de in the ^olfitioti of | either of "the Arrrftes; bQt''it-is reported tnat'^af Jh'al Daik iias feflt o'fF-Tirs^heavy Artiliefy :ahd'B4gg^g.e. Copenhagen, June.sz.. The 'IfciliVp/, -IJentnarK hast^n-veitil^^^i^r^herel^ was obliged ;. " ; [ Price Three Pence. ] \ w.^fe-'ahttbiy.in-Itoffeffioii of"ail:theTerVkory fcre^ j longing to Hamboarg ; and, upbn a Ndrf-Gompli-'. aos&, tSeTo>iwas--thjearened With a BorjiBa^fhehti as well as with Military Execution,' in the Vierlahtie, or four Countries ierorigihg to the HaJhburghers j but upon the Loan being granted,-the Troops Mve; entirely evacua\edlHeTerritory, �ndare-retufnedtc) ; their former Quarters. ' � TJie King of Denmark'is expeSed To-motitiw at PinneBerg in this Neighbourhood. -, According to our Advices from Berlin, General Czernichew's Corps would, not _be able to join the King .ofPfuflra in Silefiab^fore theift of next Mor4h. The ^Anftrian'^General Beck - being marched to* wara^.R'at^f,^heW(^tfier,;.not to,be cut. oif from.the King's^Army,- has drawn ^iifdelf riearif'tS Cofel. , Jn the fiJeatt'White," the PrlncW- Of S^v^a.tl on his March to take updh .farm ih*>C^hiih'aha thofe Pam-'j^nd when the feverar- Refmf6fcements fhall have-joined ihira^it is faid his Army will con-fift in Thirty Battalions and Fifty-five Squadrons. The 19th Tnftan^ a ftrong Cannonading was heard at Gldgaw towards Breflaw. It is; affured the King of'Pruflia'g Head Quarters are atpteferft at Cahth. ' We'-iearrromPbmerama, thitG6heraiRbmanib$^ fe^^fiviarKSabef^'die of this Mbntfe, attfcB Hea"d bf in Army of 6b,0ob.Men, :which nwc^ in-fourX^luirms, ^elftfamry aid"Attillery
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