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London Gazette (Newspaper) - August 7, 1762, London, Middlesex From j&atuc&ap Auguft 7, to Cu*&a� Augufl 10, 1762. AT the Court at St. James's, the 14th Day of J�b, 1762, vP R E S E N T, The KING'S moft Excellent Majefty in Council. WHEREAS His Majefty was pleafed, by His . Order in Council of the 2d of April laft, to ciireft, That the Bounties of Six Pounds for every able Seaman, and of Three Pounds for every ordinary Seaman, ihould continue to be -paid to every fuch able and ordinary Seaman, not.above the Age bf Fifty, nor under, the Age of Eighteen Years, who ihould,. on. or before the 31ft Day of May lafti voluntarily enter themfelves to ferve in His Majefty's Navy, either with the Captains or Lieutenants bf His Majefty's Ships, or the Chief Officers on Board fuchJ Tenders as ihould be employed for jraifing Men:for the Service of His Majefty's Royal Navy : And alfb that the Bounty of Thirty Shillings ihould be continued to be paid it> every able bodied Landman not above the Age of Thirty Five, nor under the Age of Eighteen Years, who ihould, on tor before the faid p& Day of -May laft, 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 fecret themfelves, fo that fuch Seaman or Seamen fhould be taken for His Majefty's laid Service, on or before the faid Thifty-firft Day of May laft."-- And whereas the Time limited, for paying the (aid Bounties and Rewards hath been continued and (extended to the 31ft. of thjs Inftant July; 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 pro-, longed and extended from the faid 31ft Day of; this Inftant July, to the 30th Day ofSeptember next.; And that the faid Bounties and Rewards be paid! in the Manner directed by His Majeftyfs afore-j 'mentioned Order in Council of the, 2d of April; laft. Whereof all Perfons concerned are to take; Notice, and govern themfelves accordingly. j W. Sbarpe. ' [ Price Three Pence. J Lisbon, Julyq. On Saturday Evening, the 3d Inftant, the Count de la Lippe Buckeburgh arrived here in His Britannick Majefty'^Ship the Unicorn. And late on Monday Night, the 5 th Inftant, his Serene Highnefs Prince Charles of Meek-lenburgh arrived in-the'Venus. The Prince came afhore the fame Night, and was conduced to a Houfe which had been fitted up for his Reception^ by Order of the Court ; and having the next Day waited upon the King and Queen of Portugal, his Highnefs was received with the Diftin&ion due td his high Rank. The Brilliant, and Duke of York, two fmall Privateers, one of Eighteen Guns, and the other, of Ten, attacked a Fort upon Cape Finifterre, obliged the Spaniards to retire, and then went into the Port, funk two Spanifh VefTels that -were there, and. brought away four others, laden with Wine for -the Fleet at Ferrol. which are now in this Harbour. Navy Office, July 27, 1763. The Principal Officers and CommiJJioner s of His Mar jeffs Navy give Notice, that on- Monday the 16th of 'next Month, at Ten -of the Clock in the Morning, CommiJJioner Rogers will be ready at his Office in His Majefys Yard at Plymouth, � to treat �'with fuch Perfon or Perfons as are willing to furnijh that Yard with teams, on a fanding Contract^ that they may attend with their Propofah (fealed up) at that time. Navy Office, July 30* 1762. The Principal Officers and CommiJJioners of His Ma-Jeffs Navy give Notice, that on Tuefday the z\th of Auguji ' next, at Nine o'clock in 'the- Morning, CommiJJioner Rogers will expofe to Sale at his Office in His Majefys Yard at Plymouth, Several Parcels of old Stores laid apart in Lots, fuch as Paper Stuff in old Rigging, in old funk, Boltrope, Clenches, Shakings* &c. Rags in old. Hammocks, old Awnings, Boats Coverings, Paper Stuff in Ground Toes, Flyings, &c. white Ocham, old Caf Iron, and Bujhel Iron, &c. where Juch Perfons as are willing to be purchafers, may have the Liberty of -viewing them at any Time in the com~ mon Wirking Hours of the Yard, till the Day of Sale. And as a Depoft of 25 I. per Cent, vr in Proportion thereto, is to be made by the. Perfons who Jhall purchdfe the faid Stores, all Perfons that Jhall attend the J'aid Sale, are. to take Notice thereof, and come prepared for thafPutpofe. And unlej's the Stores fo furchafed jhall be paid for and taken away at the End vf forty Dayv* after the Day of Sale,.the pepoft'Jhdtt be forfeited, aiid become the Property of the Grown. General
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