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Publication: London Gazette October 12, 1762

London Gazette (Newspaper) - October 12, 1762, London, Middlesex |2um&. 19252. From Cuef&ap Q&ober ii, to ^atucDagr:6d|:ober 16, 1,762. A.T-tbe Coast at Su James's, the .14th,.Day of: Qtfaber, 1762, , ; 1 PR E S EN T, The KIJfoGfs moft Excellent Majefty in Council. !jf I S Majefty having been;'pleafed to appoint the __Right .HonouraJafe;'George )Dujite]'^Eart:"of: Halifax,, to. be one of His Principa^S'ilCfetamS'-of State, :his Lordfhip was tbte$)%y, .by ^te^aje'fty's Com'majid? fworTi^tfhe ^of >His" Malcft?^ P?jnqp&* �Secretaries of State accordingly. ft.T ,-tho- CooZt- at Sfrjamefti the 17th Day-:'of September, 1:762, 'l  . >�f..j3:w  ii j:;d;,^J!:.- i ;V7 ii; The K IN-G's' mofti pcenenM&efty, in "Council- WHEREAS His Majefty was f leafefefcy�fe Order in Council of the 2d of April laft, to direct, That the Bounties p� Six Founds for every able Seaman, and of Tiife;e Pounds for every ordinary Seamin, ihouhi^ continue to be paid to.every fuch able.and Ar^afif^^^^nfV^ih^ye.^^ cf. Fifty, r^of uflde/.jhesAge^ Efeht'een^^s,, of His 'Majefty's S.hipsj 'or,-the *CKie1T0Hicers'' oh. Board fuch Teiiders as lrtould be employed for railing Men for the Service of .His Majefty's Royal Navy : And alfq th'at^ih.e Bop^y^^^/urty,Shillings lhaald be ^tii\Red/,;^b^,paid.;fo:eyef^&$le.K^H)di?d extended" to the 30th'of this Infant September; Arid it'being judged expedient for^His-M'ajefl^'s"Service, that the fame fhould'be continued for'foine Time longer; His Majefly, with the Advice of HiS'Pflvy Council^ dotJiy therefore order, and it. is'hereby accordingly ordered,'"that the Time limited for PayrnenVof't��e fdidifiountie^and R^v/ards', : be. prolonged -and" extended" fro'rh' the faid' 50th Day of this Irritant September, jCb the'jdth'Day of November next.'' Arid 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 gbvem themfelves accordingly. W, Blair. I ?mc Six Penea ] St. James's, 03p.h)r-dS. ;, .ThefdllQwingAddrefs &f;the' Lord lieutenant and Cuftos Rdtulorum,. Hi^h;03heriff;' juftices of the Peace,'� Ge.udemen,'and Clergy, of,the County of Buckingham, having been tranfmitted to the Earl of Egremoht, one of His;Majefty's Principal.Secretar;es: ;o'f State, "has by him been presented to His Ma-jelly : Which Addrefs. His Majefly was pleafed 10-receive'very ^rfcioufly. . " .. � r -Teethe King's moft Excellent Majefty. 1 \%7"& Lord-Lieutenant and Cuftos/Hotulorurh, W' High'Sheriff,:J:uftices of the^Peac'eyGehtle-;- rnen, .and/'CrergyV-of the pptinty of Buckingham, in 'Quarter; Seffio&S aflembied, beg Leave moll riej-. fg'e$t{ulIy>W la�. at your Majefty's; Fe^f' otir fincere a'tid \Va!-niift C^ng'ratuiatidiis;6n.the. happy Delivery i of the Queen, antt the, aufpicioos Birth of his Rby^ jHighrWlV^Princ^^fW^ ' �We are to habituated to Idoki. up;to the-Bluftrious Houfe *of Bruniwjck, as. the glorious Protestors of bur Freedom,-'and, the Bulw^rli:. of, the Liberties 'of ! Europe, ~that: we cannot b;ut deem 'every Addition to it; iy'nder' Gj^d>. a farthe'r Security of 'all' that is dear and yaiuahre' to. us as Engjiihmeo.^- ReighaV.heVeby "tr^,'f ra^ri^^^ we. hope, difta'nt^Day, to;pqfc Pofterity. " , \ W4ia:t hath not the. riling 'Generation Jo expeiS frphi a: Princ.e thus detceri^eji .from" a. King1'born and educated 'arrlbn^ft; us", "the'. Friend to- Liberty, the-Ddight of His "People;: And fro^n a Queen, whofe Talents, arid whofe Virtues, have' already endeared Her to.this Country,.where they are as uniyerfally recognized, as.Her'Birth is Ill^fiops, -Aod.'llerlnr tereils; iii.%arable; from 'thpfe ot, ydurMaj^ry and of yov,r Kingdoir.s. . � We. have the further^ Honour and Satisfaction, at this juncture; to , congratulate- your Majefly on the late truly glorious SuccefsVof yoiiy Arms in 'the Re-duction, of. the HayannaK, and the con�quentia-l Surrender of fp many Capital Ships:of-War .belonging to the E'nemyi whereby the Whole of the Spaiiifh and French Weft Indies,;jitogether- with the Trade and Richei'bf the united Houfe of Bourbon, are left entirely at the Mercy, of a5combined Force, which UhiorT, Courage, and' Capa'city, have rendered irre-fiftable. ' " , .Thefe important Events are more efpecially wel-. come at this Time, as they muft,,naturally,,in ..their Confequences, tend to accelerate -the Bleffings of an honourable Peace, on ftable arid corhrnerciarFoun-dations, adequate tp our manifold Victories, and to the juft Expectations of your .Subjects, thereby fecu-ring. Solidity and Permanency to great National Advantages, and to that Splendor oi Glory, which hath fo eminently diftinguifhed the Clofe of your Royal Grandfather's, arid the aufpicious Commencemerit of your Majefty's Reign, over a brave and loyal People. Done at Aylefbury, October 7,1762* 'k ;

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Publication: London Gazette

Location: London, Middlesex

Issue Date: October 12, 1762

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