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London Gazette (Newspaper) - April 24, 1762, London, Middlesex r - r From feattttBa* 2.4. A 1762 P 3? foHis R E S E N t, The KI N G's moft Excellent Majefty m loanqt. WHEREAS the Time limited by His Ma-jefty's Order in Council of the 19th of O&ober laft, for prohibiting the Exporting but of this Kingdom, or "carrying Coaftwife, Gunpowder, Salt Petre, or any Sort of Arms or Ammunition, will exr pire upon the 29th Day of this Inftabt April-.And whereas it is judged expedient for His Majefty's Ser* vice, and the Safety of this Kingdom, that the faid Prohibition fhonld be continued for fome longerTime J His Majefty doth therefore, by and with the Adrice of Hb Privy Council, hereby Order, Require, Prohibit and Command, That no Perfon or Perfons whatfoever (except the Matter General, Lieutenant General, or Principal Officers of the Ordnance for His Majefty's Service) do, at any Time, during the Space of Six Months, to commence from the'faid 23th Day of this Inftant April, prefume to tranfport' info any Parts out of this Kingdom, or carry Coaftwife, any Gunpowder, Salt Petre, or any Sort of Arms or AmWnitioa, or feip or iadranyGunpowder, 3aJ:Pet^ v any_ Sort of Arms or Ammunitionton Board any Ship "or Veflel, in order to tranfporring th Parts bsyond the Seas, *or carrying wife, .without Leave or Permiffion in that Behalf firft obtained,from His Majefty, or His Privy Coandl, upon Pain of incurring and fuffering the refpe&ive Forfeitures and Penalties irifliaed by aa Aft paffed in the Twenty Ninth Year of His late Majefty's Reign, entkoled, " An Aa to impower His Majefty to pro-�( hibit the Exportation of Salt Petre, and to enforce the Law for im powering His Majefty to prohibit " the Exportation of Gunpowder, or _any Say of Marchjafti enter th Majefty > Royal Navy, either with the Captains or Lieutenants of His Majefty's Ship, or the Chief OiRcers on Board fuch Tenders as ihould be employedfor Railing Men for the Service of the Royal Nayy:that a Bounty jjf Thirty Shilling ihould be paid to every Able-bodied Landman, not above the Ag^rbf Thirty-five, nor under the Age of Eighteen^' -T^ars, who. Ihould, on or before the faid ThirtynfirftDajrof Marchiaft/ in lifc^Manner. Vo-lunta^fe,e|iter.theftJfelves to fervein His Majefty Royal^favy/; and that a Reward of Five Pounds for every Able, and'Twb Pounds Ten Shil w every Ordinary.^Seaman, ihould be paid to any Per? foo, who-, {hould difcover any Seaman or Seamen who Ihould1 fecret themfelves, fo that fuch Seaman or Seamen fcdtold fee a&en for His Majefty's faid S�f-vice-And wherbs the Time limited fof paying the faid Bounties and Rewards expired on die Thirty-6rft of Marcb laft  and k $eing judged expedient for His Majefty's Service* that the fame ihould be coir-tiaued *o be paid from the feid 31ft. of March, fo the :9.1ft � May riext; and that fome Alterations ftao?4:be made in the Manner of Payment of the faid Bounties and Rewards-His Majefty, with the ^!<**�iii^^ thereforeOrder ; audx^is hei^:&eo^ flxntiQatd Bounties Uf Six'Pound* lor every Able Seaman,-and of Three Pounds .for every Ordinary Seaman* ;be^tiuued0�e paid to every fncE AW* and Ordinary Seaman, not above the Age of Fifty* before the *ift Day of May ihall themfelyes to ferve in His'.Mijefty $ -Nayy* either. wi*K the Captains or Lieutenants of His Ma* jelly's Ships, /or the Chief. Officers on Board; fucfc Tenders, as ihall be employed for Railing Men for - Majefty's Navy * Majefty to reftrain the carrying Coaftwife of Salt tbeBOu&tyof Thirty Shillings be continued to be , , . . _ p^id'to .every Able-bodied Landman not above the *' Petre, Gunpowder, or any Sort of Arms or Ammu- Ageof Thirty-five, nor under the Age of EigKfeen ��. nition." And the Lords Commiffioners of His | Years. wha{hall, on or before the faid 31ft themfelves Majeily*6 Treafury, die Commiffioners for Executing the Office of Lord-High Admiral ojf Great Britain, the. Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports* the Mailer General of the Ordnance, ancTHisMaje^s Secretary at War, are to give the neceffary DirefUohs herein, as to them may refpeftively appertain. Hen. Fane. May next, voluntarily enter lay of like His Majefty's Royal Navy j And that fuch refpeftive Sums be paid tb all foch Seamen and Landmen ic AT 7' the 2d Day of the\ Court at St, April, 1762, P RES EN T, KING5s moft Excellent Majefty in Council. HE RE. AS His Majefty was gracioufly pleafed, by His Royal Proclamation bearin Date the Second Day of February laft, to Promife and Declare (aaiongft other Things) That the Boun-' 'ties^of Six Pounds for every Able Seaman^ and of; Three Pounds 'for every Ordinary Seaman, fhouW, jje paid to every fuch Able and Ordinary Seaman,, not above the Age of Fifty, nor under the Age of immediately upon their Enuing, by the Officers, employed in Raifing Meh.for His Majefty'sTleet, with whom fuch Seamen auctljaEd* men fhall refpeftively enter ; and where there is not any Regulating Officer, 'by. the Clerk of the Cheque or. Naval Officer of any of His Majeftj^s Dock* yards-And His Majefty doth hereby further Order, That the aforementioned Rewards of Five Pounds for every Able, and Twofounds Ten Shillings for every Ordinary Seaman, be continued to be paid w anv Perfon who ihall difcover anv Seaman or Sea- men who may fecret the Years felves, fo that fuch Sea- Seamen Ihall be taken for His Majefty^ faid on or before the faid 3 tit Day of May next* r Sea: Officers employed for raifing Men, Of ught to any of the faid Officers, or to the of the Cheque or JJaval Officer at any df Hb A Dock-yards ; The faid Rewards to be r anv Seaman or Seamen fo difco^md and [Price Threepences }. ;