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Publication: London Gazette December 28, 1762

London Gazette (Newspaper) - December 28, 1762, London, Middlesex $um&. 10274 p - 1 bp' Stutljotttw. From CueO^,. December 28,. to ..featttt^ January 1 1763. A T the Court at &. ^WV, the 29th Day of December,. 176.5*? v;' P R E S E N T, The KI NGvs moil Excellent Majefty in Council. ^Y^HIS Day the three folkwjng Lords Lieutenants took the Qa'ths. appointed to be taken/ inftead of the Oaths of Allegiance and Supremacy, viz Weft Riding of York, and City of fork,, and County of the fame,-Francis Eail'oF Huntingdon. " ! Middlefexy JJugh Earl of Northumberland. . ~Suffexy GharlcsEarl of Egremont. ATthe Court at St. James's, the 29th Day of Q December, 1762,  - P R E S E N T, t:he KING'S moft Excellent Majefty in Council. 4 * Copy of a Letter from.Ne-w. York, November 30, 1,762. Since I wrote to you this Morning by the Pacquet* which I hope will carry this, one of our Privatiers has fent in a Prize here, taken out of a Fleet of French Men bound from; Cape Francois to France : Tiiis Fleet confifted of about 25 Sail of iVI. rchant VelTels under Convoy of three King's. Frig^s,and a Merchant Frigate of 18 Guns, There were, three. Privatiers belonging to this,-Place., and four Wef^* jndia Privatiers cruizing together, and fell-in with" them- In the Night they. �qok five VeiTels out ofv the Fleet.: And nextD^y, CpAin?odpre Keppel, vyho; was cruizing there with* fevejr Men of ,Warr appear*. (ed in Sight of the French Fleet, and, with the Pri- vatiers, has taken every one ofthe Commodore ' Keppel. has carried^ the, Four Frigates, and .Eighteen Merchantmen to JamaicaThey ar4 all "richly loaded* Hereas SJgnior Francis'D'Ageno, 'Mihifter of. jwith Sugar, Coffee, >nd Indigo,. Three  more-ara the nidft-.'Sercne by.Memorial .to Hfe Majefty at.'this lJoard rrepresented, That the Advantages the faid Republick have lately gained over the'Rebellious Bk&iqti- in th� Kingddm oFCorfita, ate now bfecom^ mailifeft^ as well by the. hapj)y Succeffes of ihfcir AiniV'kS fey the great dumber of Inhabitants' who 'daily teturn to their Duty towards.-their Jawfol Sovereign and give the'RepublicK thergreateft:Hopes of; betfig able tcr re-eftabhffr Peace arid Tranquility throughout tiiat^IflaiTd, and. which vyould have been already 'accoinplilhed, if the Chiefs of the Rebels had not eluded it, by excidng theSpirk of Revolting amongft the Inhabitants, Ja? Hopes of drawing..Succours from Foreign VefTels } and therefore- the faicfc Mi-nifter humblV teq'tiefted,-VhatHis-!Majefty wOfcld-'be * " -~ ' " " ' ^ ^OrdWrs'to/all'His ick of Genbi:, hath |f ordered here, and expefted.^veiy Hour.. Ratisbony. December, a9*,. The Day before Vefter- pleafed to giveJ the nioft e Subj^t not to. have^^ or hold any Correspondence v/ith the faid Rebels, nor to furniih them with any Kind of Succours whatfoever, .agreeable to - what \ Nobody goes out or comes in, we do not know day the Minivers of the feveral States, rthatcompofe the Circle of Bavaria,'afTejnbled here; and the Subject of their Conference is reported to be, the Recalling., their 4 Contingent from the Army of the Empipe- Berlin) December 21. The refpe&ive Armies in Sgxony, and in-Silefia, -enjoy theh-Winter Quarters with'the. greateft Tranquility.: ,We are ftiH, unjn-' formed here, whether.Major General Kleift is returned from his-Expedition into the Empire-- Colognev December, 24. We.have received Advice' by anE^prefs, that the Day before Yeflerday a Detachment pi the Garrifon. of Wefel entered Crevelt, vyhq/fealed up feveral Merchants Books, and feized" MefT. Vande'r Leyen, two Brothers^ for the Payment of 1,75,000 Crowns, -Contributions demanded of Cr.evelt. As the Gates of Wefel continue fliut, and was enjoined upon alike Occaiton fey;Order'of Hisj late Majefty. in.Council, "dater the110th of Mly" I753 : H[is JVIajefty having taken the faid IW(emorial Into His Roy4l-Confederation,' and Leing- defirous of I By -fixty Horfe. what vpaifes there. - ^Yefterday. the Military Cheft of the Army of the Lower Rhine, wasfent from hence to France, efcort- giving all' further juft and reafonableSatisfaftion to His' Majefty^ Yaid^obd;Frito-;fen^ the Republick of Genoa, and' to maintain iriyipl^bly the Peace and; friendlhip fubfifting" between His Majefty and them, is hereby pleafed, with the Advice of His Privy Council, ftriftly to charge and command all His MajeftyYSubjefts, of what Condition foever they be, jthat they forbear \ to give or furnifh Dantxigy December 25- The Pruffian Govern* ment at Koningfberg havq at length purchafed the Remainder of t^e Ruflian^Magazines in that Country atthePrices demanded. St- fames*s, ^January 176$. The King has been pleafed to conftitute and ap* point the Right Honourably George Grenville, Aid, Affiftance, Countenance of Succour, by any George Hay, DdSor of La ws, Thomas Grb) Hunter, Ways or Means whatfoever,; to-any of the Inhabitants of the Jfland of Corfica, in Rebellion againlt the faid moil Serene Republick, uponl�airi riot only of His Maj^fty's high Difpleafure, but of fuifering fuch Pun.iihment as by Law may be inflided on fuqh as wilfully violate His Majefty's Treaties*, and Infringe the Peace and Friend-fhip fubfifting-between His; Majefty and any Foreign PririteB"03r States - And to^the Enrd that all His Majefty*s'Snbj'efts may be iniformgd hereof, it is His ifaafeftyV Commands, -E(q; .the, Honourable John Forbes,-, the Right Honourable Hans Stanley, Efqrs. the Right Hopocrable John Lord Carysfort, ami James Harris, Efq; to be His Majefty's Commiffioners.for executing the Offi^ of High Admiral of. Great Britain and Ireland, aiid/ the Dominions, I Hands and Territories thereto r^V fpeflively belonging.. that this Order be Printed and Publifhed in the Iiorjdon "Gazette. Hen. Fane. War Offiie, January f, IjSp - The Right Honorable Welbore EUfe, His Maje{^%^< cretary at War, has appointed Chriftopher D5Oyiy^<4 Secretary Efq; to be His Deputy. ppointed Chriftop [ Price Threepence. J mitebalk r ;

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Publication: London Gazette

Location: London, Middlesex

Issue Date: December 28, 1762

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