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London Gazette (Newspaper) - December 11, 1762, London, Middlesex a. ***** From s&atucca; December 11, to Cuctba? December 14, 1762. Wu ^ Ratifion, November 29. T� hear that the Pruflians hav6 entered Windfheim an Imperial City, and were marched toRotenbourg on theTauber, and from thence towards the Duke of Js Countryi Another Corps was at'Dif-chingen, belonging to the Prince of Tour Taxis, Thret; German Miles from Nordiingen. Copenhagen, November 30. The King of Denmark, together, with all the Royal Family, is now fcfigd in Town for, the Winter. Sunday the 28th Liftant, being the Queen Dowager's Birth-day, that FelHvity was celebrated here Yefterday with the uiuil Splendor; the Evening having concluded with a tery elegant Supper, and a Ball at Court. Berlin, December 4. The King of PrulTia, accompanied with Lieutenant General Seydlitz, has been vifiting the Cordomof his Troops in Saxony, and will arrive at Leipzig as this Day or To-morrow. Hague, December 10. We hear that a Body of Heffian .Troops was to occupy Caffel the 8thlnftant; Slid *that;another.;Corps was in March to take Pof-felfxon * of Ziegenhayn and Marburg; both which Places the French were preparing to evacuate. j St. James9sj December 12. This Day Baron Dewitz, Envoy Extraordinary from the Duke of Mecklenburgh Strelitz.had a private Audience of Leave of Her Majefty. To which he was introduced by the Right Hon. the Earl of Northumberland, Her Majefty's Lord Chamberlain, and conducted by Stephen Cottrell, Efq; Affiftant Mafter of the Ceremonies. St. James's, December 13. This Day Baron Wittorff, Envoy Extraordinary from the Landgrave of Heife Cafle!, had a private Audience of His Majefty, to deliver his Credentials. To which he was introduced by the Right Hon. the-Earl of Halifax, one of His Majefty's Principal Secretaries of State, and conducted by Stephen Cottfell, Efq; Affiftant Mailer of the Ceremonies. Arlington Street, December 14, 1762. Afufficient Number of Officers not having yet offered thtmfelves to ferve in the Militia for the 'County of Stafford, Notice is hereby given, that all Perfons qualified and willing to ferve as Officers in the Militia for the faid County, are defired to return their Names and Intention to the Lord Lieutenant, or in his Abjence, to any General Quarter SeJJions for the fame County, pur- fmnt fo the Direction of the late Ad of Parliament. GOWER. St. James's Square, December 13, 176Z. i&s the Vacancies in the Cambridgejhire Militia are \ I Officers for the Militia of the faid County and City t All Gentlemen who are qualified and willing toferve^ may return their Names and Intention at any Time td Bis Majefty''s jaid Lieutenant, or in his Abfence, to any General Quarter Seftions for the faid CoJniy. COVENTRY". General Poll-Office, December 14, rj6tr The Correfpondence being now open between Dovet and Calais, and between'D^ver and Oft end', the Mailt for Frdnce will continue to be difpatched from jthis Office every Monday and Thurfday ; and for Flanders every Tuefday and Friday, as formerly ; And no Pafs-ports, for the Future', will be required of PerforJ either going or coming, in any of His Majefty V Packet Boats what/bever. By Command of the Pofi-Mafter Genera/, Anthony Todd, Secretary. Navy Office, December 10, 1762. The Right Honourable the Lords Commijjioners of His Majefty"s Treafury having appointed Money for faying Half Pay to Sea Officers from the I ft of January to the y>th of June 1762, according 16 His Majefty s Efia-blijhment on that Behalf'; Thefe are to give Notice, that the faid Payment will begin to be made at the Treafurer of the Navfs Office in Broad Street, on Tuef-day the z%th Infant, at Ten o'Clock in the Mcrnir.gr and continued the followhig Day, beginning at the fame Hour, (after which the Lifts will be reca/led once a "Month) that all Perfons, may then and there attend to .receive what may become payable unto them, and not only bring with them the Affidavit required touching their not having enjoyed the Benefit of any publick Employment, either at Sea or on Shore, during the Time! they are to be paid their Half Pay, but alfo produce Certificates tltat they have fubferibed to the Teft, and taken the Oaths required by Acl of Parliament to His prefeht Majefty; and in Cafe any of the faid Sea Officers\fhall not be able to attend them/elves to receive their Money, but employ Attorneys for that Purpofe, that the faid Attorneys may produce the like Certificates and Affidavits from the Perfons they are employed by* Navy Office, December 7, 1762. The Principal Officers and Commifponers of His Ma* jtftys Navy give Notice, that all Bills regifiered on the Courfe of the Navy in the Month of November 1761, are ordered to be paid, near feven Eighths thereof in Moneys and the Remainder in Exchequer Bills : And fuch Per* Jons as are foffeffied of-Bills, are defired to bring them to this Office to be ajfigned on the Treafurer of the Nav$ for Payment* Navy OfSce, December 6* 1762. The Principal Officers and Cemmiffiontrs of His Ma* pot filled up, His Majeftys Lieutenant for that County jefifs Navy give Notice? that on Thurfday the ibth In hereby gives Notice, that all Gentlemen who are qualified ftant, at Eleven of the Clack in the Morning, they will &nd willing to take Commijfions, may-, (in Purfuanee of the late Acl of Parliament) fend-in their Names either toThim, or in his Abfence* to the next General Quarter Stjjtons for the faid County, fpecifying the Bank in whicfr they are inclined io ferve. ROYSTON. Grofvenor Square, December 14, 1762. His Majefiys Lieutenant for the County and City of Wirafter hereby gives Notice, that there is a ifrant of l Pike Three Pence. ] exfofelofale at this Office, the Hulls ofHis Majefty, Slip PFlolwich and Baltimore Sloop, lying at Deftford, with fundry Stores on board them: Printed Inventories whereof will be delivered at the Clerk of the Acls Office in this Office; and tin board the faid Ship and Slocp. And as a Depofit at the Rate of 25 /. per Cent, is t& be made by the PurchaferSi all Perfons that attend th$ �ale are to take Notice, and come preparedfor that Purpofe; and unlefs the faid Ship and Sloop, togither with thtir
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