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London Gazette (Newspaper) - July 3, 1762, London, Middlesex &utnb. 10223. From fearur&ap July 3, AT the Court at St. James's, the 28 th of May, 1762, PRESENT, The KING'S mod Excellent Majefty in Council. WHEREAS-His Majefty was pleafed by His Order in Council of the 2d of April laft, to direft, That the Bounties of Six Pounds for every able Seaman, and of Three Pounds for every ordinary Seaman, fhould continue to be paid to every fuch able and ordinary Seaman, not above the Age of Fifty, nor under the Age of Eighteen Years, who fhould. on or before the 31ft Daj^' of this Inftant, voluntarily enter themfelves to ferve in His Majesty's Navy, either with the Captains or Lieutenants of His Majefty's Ships, or the Chief Officers on Board fuch Tenders as fhould be employed for raifing Men for the Service of His Majefty's Royal Navy : And alfo that the Bounty of Thirty Shillings fhould be continued co be paid to every able bodied Landman not above the Age of Thirty Five, nor under the Age of Eighteen Years, who fhould, on or before the faid 31ft Day of this Inftant, voluntarily enter themfelves in like Manner to ferve in His Majefty's Royal Navy ; and that a Reward of Five Pounds for every able, and of Two Pounds Ten Shillings for every ordinary Seaman, fhould continue to be paid to any Perfon who fhould difcover any Seaman or Seamen who may fecrct themfelves, fo that fuch Seaman or Seamen fhould be taken for His Majefty's faid Service, on or before the faid Thirty-'firft Day of this Inftant. - And whereas the Time limited for paying the faid Bounties and Rewards is near expiring; And it being judged expedient for His Majefty's Service, that the fame fhould be continued for fome Time longer; His Majefty, with the Advice of His Privy Council, doth therefore order, and it is hereby accordingly ordered, that the Time limited for Payment of the faid Bounties and Rewards, be prolonged and extended from the faid 31ft Day of this Inftant May, to the 31ft Day of July next. And that the faid Bounties and Rewards be paid in the Manner directed by His Majefty's aforementioned Order in Council of the 2d of April laft. Whereof all Perfons concerned are to take Notice, and govern themfelves accordingly. W. Blair. Hambourg, June 29, Yefterday the King of Denmark reviewed fix Regiments of Horfe near Pinne-berg ; and To-day there has likewife been a like Number. To-morrow his Majefty fets out for Tra-vendahl, in order to pafs in Review the Infaritry which is encamped between that Place and Sege-berg. The Reigning Duke of Mecklenbourg Schwerin arrived here Yefterday from Lubeck. We learn from Silefia, that Major General Grant, Commandant of Neifs, has fucceeded in an Enter-prize againft an Auftrian Corps commanded by M. de Drafkowitz near Ottmachau, in which General Drafkowitz, with Seventeen other Officers, and Four Hundred Men, have been made Prifoners of War. We have^Advice, that General Brand, who com-mands the Van Guard of the Ruffian Army, was already arrived at Anclam the 20th Inftanr. j ( Price Three Pence. ] to Cucfbap July 6, 1762. Hague, July 2. The Hereditary Prince* was encamped at Werberen on the 29th ; and the Prince of Conde at Halteren ; when nothing had paffed between the two Armies, except Skirmifhes. The Corps under Prince Xavier of Saxcny, which was encamped near Dransfeld, in the Hanoverian Territory, the Day of the A&ion near Wilhelmftahl, has fince retired over the Werra, to join the main Army of France; but, in the Retreat, loft its Hof-pital, Baggage, and Medicines, with the Efcort that was conducing them. The Two French Marfhals had croffed the Fulda with their Army, and encamp between CafTeJ and Lutterberg ; Lieutenant General Stainville was left with 16 Battalions upon the Krat-zenberg. Prince Ferdinand's Head Quarters were at Wilhelmftahl. There is nothing from Silefia, except that the Auftrian General Drafkowitz had been madePrifoner -near Ottmachau, with feveral Officers, and 400 Men. The Hermione, a Spanilh Regifter Ship, which left Lima the 6th of January, bound for Cadiz, was taken the 21ft of May off Cape St. Vincent, by three Englifh Frigates, and carried into Gibraltar. Her Cargo is faid 10 confift of nenr i 2 Millions of Money regiftered, and the unregiftered to be like-wife very confiderable, befides 2000 Serons of Cocoa, and a great Deal of other valuable Merchandize. Leicefer Houfe, July 5. This Day M. Querini and M. Morofini, the two AmbafTadors Extraordinary from the moft Serene Re-publick of Venice, And likewife M. Amfinke, Syndic, and M. Ricke, Senator, Deputies from the City of Hambourg, had private Audiences of her Royal Highnefs the Princefs Dowager of Wales. And afterwards of her Royal Highnefs Princefs Augufta. To which they were introduced by Stephen Cottrell, Efq; Affiftant Mafter of the Ceremonies. Bruton Street, July 5, 1762. Notice is hereby given, that a General Meeting of the Lieutenancy of the County of Flint, will be held at the Town Hall at Mold in the faid County, on Monday the I qth Day of this Infant July, at Twelve o'clock in the Forenoon, in order to carry into Execution the Acl lately paffed relating to the Militia Forces. Roger Moftyn. Navy Office, June 28, 1762. The Principal Officers and Cojnmiffioners of His Majefty''s Navy give Notice, that on Monday the I zth of next Month, at Ten of the Clock in the Morning, Commijfioner Han way will be ready at his Office in. His Majefys Yard at Chatham, to treat with fucb Perfon or Perfons as are willing to fupply that Yard, on a ftanding Contrail, with all Juch Twice laid Cordage, Twine, Lines, &c. as Jhall be demanded, which muft be performed in a Yard belonging to thi Ccntratlor, and not in His Majefys, as has teen hitherto praclij'ed. ' Particulars whereof may be feen at the Conmiffioner s Office at Chatham, or at the Clerk of the Ails Office here. Navy Office, July 2, 1762. The Principal Officers and GommiJJioners of His Majefty s Navy give Notice, that all Bills regifttrtd on the
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