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London Gazette (Newspaper) - July 6, 1762, London, Middlesex ^umb. 10224- From Curftap July 6, to featuftJap" July ia, 1762. the Court - At "St. Jame&i the 28th. of J$#>;' 17^2,- ' '� ' P R E S EN T,-The KING'S moft'Excellent Majefty in Council.' WHERE AS-JIis: Majefty ; was pleafed, by His .Order in-Council;of the zd of April.laft^ to � .'direft, That the Bounties^ of,.StxPound9 for every able Seaman,-and of Three Pounds for every ordinary Seaman, fhould continue, td^be paid to every fuch able'and ordinary Seaman, not above the Age of fifty, nor under, the Age of Eighteen Years, who fhould, on or before Jthe 31ft Day of this Irr-ftah't,'voluntarily enter themfelves to fervein His Ma-jelly's Navy, either with the Captains or Lieutenants of His iVlajefty's Ships, or the Chief Officers on Board fuch Tenders as fhould be employed for raiting Men for, the Service of-His Majefty's Royal N^avy.: And-a.'io.that the Bounty of Thirty Shillings mould be continued to be paid .to every able bodied Landman not above the Age of Thirty Five,- nor under the Age of Eigh'een Years, who fhould, on or before the faid 31ft Day of this Inftant, voluuta-$^'eri\ef therrifelves in like Manner to ferve in His Majefty's Royal Navy';- andthat aReward of Five Pounds for.every able, and of Two Pounds Ten Shillings (or 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-flrft 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 fliould 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'* aforementioned Order in Council of the 2d of April laft. Whereof, all Perfons concerned are to take Notice, and govern themfelves accordingly. W. Blair. BrcJIaw, June 20. His Pruffian Majefty (till continues his Head Quarter at Bettlern, and the Troops remain in their Cantonments in that Neighbourhood. The Auftrian Army have yet made no Movement; but it is confirmed, thst they have fent back their .heavy Artillery and Baggage towards the Mountains. The Corps underGeneral Czernichew begin their March this Day from Pofen, diftant Twenty-four German Miles from hence. They are to march on the Right of the Oder ; to pafs that River at Auras on the'30th; and the next Day to encamp at Liffa, two Miles from hence. Laft Friday the Duke of Bevern was detached with Fifteen Battalions of Infantry, and one Regiment ef-Horfe and Huffars. He marches towards Kofel, where it is faid he will fee joined by the Corps under General Werner, and begin to aft ofienfively againft the Body, of: Auftrians in the Higher Silefia, which ate. reckoned to be about Twenty Thdofand f&ong, under the Command of General Beck. A. Courier/which arrived here fome Days' zgb from Peterfburgh, brought the Nevvs that his Imperial Majefty had accepted of a Regiment of Infantry in the King of Pruffia's Service';' and accordingly At was given out in the Orders 6f Yefterda^ that the Regiment of Seybourg, formerly ftzenplitz, fhoajdfor the.future be named the Emperor's Regi-rnent. _ . ' ' . - From Saxony we hear, that his Kidyal Highnefi Prince Henry expefted t6 be joined by Colonel Belling, with his Corps of Huflarsy en the. 15th; after which, it was expected he would immediately pro-fecute-hi* Operations againft the Army of the Empire. - Brejlaw, June 23. Lieutenant General Tauen-fien, Commandant of Breflaw, has received Orders' to lay a' Bridge of Boats over the Oder at Auras,* where, it is..faid, the Cofiacks, belonging to the1 Ruffian-,Auxiliaries, will pafs on the 25th: ; but the Infat]rtr:ynurider_Gerieral Czernichew,- will not arrive till the 3o:h Inftant. Yefterday Morning Margrave Charles of Branded-'burgh,. General of lnfaptiy,, and Grand Mafter of the Order". 'pf\S:. johrrof Jerufalem, died here after a very tedious .IJinefs. ... Bambourg, July 2. We hear, that a Congrefs is to be held at Berlin, under his Pruffian Majefty'* Mediation, for . adjufting the Differences between-Denniafk and Rqffia ; arid that the Conferences are to be opened the 12th Inftant. An Eiiglim Jagger arrived this Morning from the-. Free - Brit'.fh Herring Fifher)', with One Hundred [ Price Three Pence. } and Five Barrels of Herrings, and are the fiift come. Hagiie, July 6. By the frefheft Accounts from Pomerania, we are informed, chat the Ruffian Army/.-under'Count Romarizow, had entered the Dutchy of Mecklenburg. Prince Ferdinand's Head'Quarters were frill at WilhelmftaM on the 2d Inftant. His Serene High-nefs had, fince the Action of the 24th, occupied Fri'.zlar, Feltzberg, Lohr, arid Gudensberg. The French Marfhals have transferred their Head . Quarters to Landwehrhagen ; and have made Prince Xavier of Saxony join them with his Referve. The Prince of Conde was at Dulmen by the laft-Accounts. By Accounts from the French Army, we hear, that the Chevalier de Narbonne, Lieutenant Coloiiel of the Royal Grenadiers of Lifpinaffa, was killed,' and that the Marquefles of Peyre, and la Roche Lambert, were wounded, in the Aftion of the 24th* All that we learn, by the laft Letters from Madrid is, that the Spaniards have put a flrong Garri-fon into Chaves; that they have abandoned Mon-corvo i and were deftroying the Fortifications of Miranda and Braganza; and that they found* ie difficult to fubfift their Army in Portugal: That the Spanifh Troops, defigned to befiege Almeida, were to inarch through the Province of Leon ; and that, by the lateft Accounts, fix Battalions,- and five Regiments of Horfe, making the Yao��Guard of the Army, were already arrived within a linaH Diftance of that Place.
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