London Gazette, August 21, 1762

London Gazette

August 21, 1762

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Issue date: Saturday, August 21, 1762

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London Gazette (Newspaper) - August 21, 1762, London, Middlesex K 102jfl mm From ^atttetwg Auguft 21, to Cusftag Auguft 24, 1762. AT-the. Court at St. Janiei't, this' uth Day., of r^, ;.. 7,v: ' '�. ; P: R,;'E.S EN T, .>'-' . j . The KING'S rrioft Excellent Majefly fn Council. WHEREAS His Majefty was. pleafed, by His Order in Council of the id,of April laft, to flireft; That the Bounties of Six-Pounds,for every' able Searrian, and of Three Pounds .For; every' ordi-j iiary Seaman; mould cdntintie to^Be "paid to every iiich able and ordinary Seaman,  hbtabove the:Ag� df Fifty* nor urtde'r the Age of Eighteen Years^ .who fhouid, on or before the 31ft .Day of May laft, voluntarily enter themfelves to ferve in His Ma-lefty's Navy, either with the Captains or Lieutenants 6f HisMajefty's Ships, or the Chief Office/* Board firch Tenders as fhould- be employed' for, iaifing Men for the'Service of HiVMajefty's Rpya/ Navy: And alfothat the Bounty of Thirty Shillings; Jhould be continued .to be paid to every able bodied Xandrtiart tfo't'abdve the Age of Thirty Five;" nor tinder the Age of Eighteen Years, who fhould, on: 5ve Tuns. All the Boats are ordered-tb'the Left of the.River; for Fear .the Allies frioufd fefee' them* and pafs the River between this arid DufTerldprff;" . The French Guard du Corps art ftiil here waiting Orders. " . ' . .  . The Regiment of: Piemont, which marched wijjt the'Prince "of 'Conde to Hachehbonrg, or hear if; ha"s, .'been fent back to join the Corps under'Mi d'Auvel,, on; the Lower Rhine; ,� ' Hague; Juguji 17. There has> been ho detTftve Action mHefle, as the Lettets of the'8th Inftant gave-Reafjn to expeft. We have received fubfe-quent Accounts from the Army of.the i-jth, the Head Quarters of Prince Ferdinand 'being then at Wolfferfhaufen. The Fulda became, unfordabj^hy a fudden Rain, which fweHed. that River 'to'o mftGh to venture the Troops acrofs it. His Majeftyi Army gained fieverthelefs fdme"Advacrages;'"apd i Body of "Troops was fenf oyer the River? -wriicfi toqJi I^oft oppbft'te the Center of ^ie-Eneiny^ 'Cain^;' T$i French made feveral warm Attempjsl- tp.Siflpdge irJiem, but were conftandy repuired with Lbfi,^ahd obliged to leaye. our Troops in PofTefEpff of fKeir' P-eft. Prinee Frederick ' of Braflfv^ick had nrgfcKe4 { Pfice Three P?nce. ] ;