London Gazette, November 27, 1762

London Gazette

November 27, 1762

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Issue date: Saturday, November 27, 1762

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Previous edition: Tuesday, November 23, 1762

Next edition: Tuesday, November 30, 1762

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London Gazette (Newspaper) - November 27, 1762, London, Middlesex f uMfc*B fc? Sutler?. From &atuc5ag November 27, to CueCtiag November 30* 1762. the Court at St. James's, the 17th of iW vember, 1762; P 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 17th of September laft, to direct, That the feveral Bounties therein mentioned, fhould continue to be paid7 to every Able and Ordinary Seaman, and Able Bodied Landman, who fhould voluntarily enter themfelves to ferve in His Majefty'a Navy, on or beforei the Thirtieth Day of this Inftant November: And alfo, that the Rewards therein mentioned, for difcovering. Able and Ordinary Seamen* who mould fecret themfelves, fhould likewife continue to be paid to any Perfon who fhonld difcover fuch Seamen, fo. that .fuch Seaman or Seamen mould be taken for. His Majefty's Service - His Majefty having this Day taken the faid Order into, Confideration, is pleafed, by and with the Advice of.His Privy-Council* to declare, That the faid Bounties and Rewards, {hall: from henceforth ceafe, determine, and be no longer ^aid or payable* any'Thing "therein-contained- to the Contrary notwithstanding; Whereof allPerfons concerned are to take Notiee and govern themfelves accordingly; Hen. Fane. St. Jameses, November�3b;"'- - .; "' - The following Addrefsof the'Mayor*-Recorder, Aldermen, Town Clerk* and Common Council' of the Borough of Bofton in the; County of Lincoln, has been prefented to His- Majefty by the Right Hon. Lord Robert Bertie, and John Michell,: Efq; their Reprefentatives in Parliament: Which. Addrefs His Majefty was pleafed to receive, very gracioufly. To the King's rhoft Excellent Majefty; Mojl gracious Sovereign; . WE your Majefty's moft dutiful arid loyai Subjects* the Mayor* Recorder* Aldermen, Town Clerk, and Common Council of the ancient Borough of Bofton in the County of Lincoln* moft humbly beg Leave to offer.to your Majefty our moft fincere and warmeft Congratulations upon the. Birth" of a Prince* and the perfecY Recovery of your moft illuftrious and moft amiable Conforti . No Event can be more interesting to thefe King-, doms : It muft give the hiq;heft Satisfa'clion to your* Majefty, both as Kirig andr Parent* to'coriteihplate*! that this Prince willprobablygovern theDefceridaihts" of thofe Subjects, for whofe Honour and Proiperity [ Price Three" Pence. \ you' are fo truly anxious; arid thofe Subjects cannot but be compleatly happy from the Confideration, that he will learn to govern their Pofterity from your great Example; . - Long may your Majefty and your Royal Confbft enjoy every Bleffirig-in this World; and'may the Prince1 of Wales at: length fticceed' your Majeftyy mining and eminent^" like yda, in every Station of Life,- in which it fhall pleafe the Almighty to place him: , . Permit us," at the fame Time, Royal Sir, to congratulate your Majefty upon the Reduction of the" Havannah aild its Dependencies; a.Cojiqueft of the utmoft Importance tothis"Nation* attempted in. vain by the Arlrrs1 of your Royal Pretiece/Ibrs, and re-, ferved'ta add-a peculiar Brightnefs to the Glories of your Majefty's Reign. The Wifddhv of yot?r MajeftyV Councils in this Meafure, and the Conduct,- Bravery, and Unanimity of thofe' whd carried ft into Execution/ are emi-; nently confpicuou^^atfd^mghly deferring of the united Praife and Admiration of a grateful-People. May uninteVruptciT SuC'ceiV attend '-your Majefty's" Arms, till' that SuccefsJ fhall feciire an honourable-and lading Peace,' the great Object of your Royal and benevolent Mind.  . . Given under pur Common Seal at the Guildhall of the faid'Fofoughf, this SthDay'of October/ in the Year of our Lord, 1763. , The1 following: Addrefs"' of the "Mkypf," "Bailiffe and Burgeffes^of the Borough of Abingdon, has been prelentecf' to His Majefty : Which Addrefs His. Majefty was pleafed to receive very graciouily; ; .-. Moft.gracious S%yereig}iy\'. .',. . .... . . . -' XK-7$>- *our 'M4e%^mojl.faithfaIand -loyal ' V:V Jeflsi-^e^ Mayor* Bailiffs*.arid Burgeflejbf> the Bprougi1 of^4hiftgdo*/^oft huriibiy beg Leave" to offer our Gongfatuiations upon theBirthof avPrmeey-the Heir of.yjour.Throne; tfoe-XeturfrSovereign-ami^ Defender of the Rights and Liberties of akfreemd' Great Kingdom. �. . � '.. ,.  '. � ': ..This Event (ffr propitious to- your Majefty-Tacwrt-domeilick Happinefs, and. that of your RayaBCon*-fort), promifes- xoui. grateful Subjects, to their {atgf-\, Pofterity, the finjpym"enr of thole peculiar BleffingSi which have fo eminently diAiri�u1ihed the Admi-niftration of yoar Majefty's Goiverginent. A ;Pjmcejthjus tiefcended, formed,-:and TOndnflw by ^dr^Majefty'^ paternal Tenderaefsr; and confinaw \. mate Wtfdom* cannot^^.f^\of becQ"fam^a Pattelm^fi yonr-g^reat and^ex.alted^Virtues,-: muil lad LtSbre^-^-tfieVrhr^rie'.

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