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London Gazette (Newspaper) - May 25, 1762, London, Middlesex t02I2. t From Caefta? May 25 ^aiutfjaf May 2 9 762 v � AT the Court at James**, the *$th of Mgf, P RE SEN Ti The KIN-G's inoil Excellent Majefty in Council iEREAS His- Majefty was pleafed \;by His Order in Cdunt& ofthe\id of April laft, W dEtj That the Bounties of Six Potinds for evfeiy able Seaman, and of Three Pound* for eveif ordinary; Seaman* fhtfuld continue to. be paid- to ey^ry fuch able and ordinary Seamar^, not above ihe-Afee 6f Fiftyi nor under the Age. of Eighteen Years, wlio ftoUld, ori t>t before the 31ft .Day qf this Involuntarily enter thSmfelves to ferve in His Majefty^ Navy, either with the Captains or Lieutenants irf -His Majfeflfy> Ships, or the Chief Officers' oh J&aVd futfh Tenders as fliouW i)e employed for fifing Men for the Service 3f His Mayfly's Royal Navy : And ajfo th4c the Bounty of Thirty Shillings ihould be continued to be paid to every^aWe bodied landman ncjt above the Age t>f Thirty Btve/ nor under the Age-of Eighteen Y^ri; who fliould, on or before the faid 31ft Day of this Inftant, voJunia-tfty enter themfelves ih like Manner talerve in His Majefty's Royal ftavyj and tfiat a Reward of Five Pounds for every^ able, and of Two Pounds Ten SliiUings for every ordmary Sedman, fhoultf Continue to be j>aid'to any Perfbn "who Jhbifld difebver any Seaman or Seamen who ifaay, fecret  themfelves, fo that fuch Seaman or Seamen Should be taken Tor His Majefty V faid Service, on or before the laid Tirirty-firft DSv of {his Inftant. ^ And whereas the Time* limited for paying the faiel Bounties and Rewards' is near e^Hng; And it ?d. expedient for His M^efty's Service, ame fhbuJd'be continued for Tome Time Day, fcy Htis Majefty's Command, fworh Hid Majeftyh. Principal Secretaries of State His M^efty havirig Wenjpieafed to appoint his Grace George Duke of Manchefter to b^ Lord Liea* tenant of the County of Huntingdon,his Graee tilts Bay fbfck the Oaths ajppointedtb be takfcn thereupon Mead the Oaths of Allegiance and Supremigr^ Brejlaaul May 9. On the 5th Inftafit Ms FhSfat ;M^jefl/v atcbmpaiiied by the Prince RtfyaJ, wept -to Ljffa, to meet the Troops " ;Sasony, and from Lu&tia, into Silefia^ and they re* �turned hither the next'Day. - Lieutenant General ferbkow was detached firocti Prince Hefiry*s Army, with the Corps formerly com^ mande& by General Platen, and paffed through the  Lower Lufatia, whore he was Joined by the Bod)^ of T/oop*'tfhich had Wintered'id that Country*^ under the Command of MajOT General Sfaenckefidorfiv': the whole making together about Ten Thou find1 Merr. They ^arrived hereon the 6th lafiant* \ mediately took Pofleffion of a Fortified Camp was prepared for them, diftant abbot one Mile from thisPkce, aid upon the Road to S< fli�i - V They are hard at Wtfrk this Village Irea^ made flrong Redoubts iof Turf, with Di^Kes palli&ded. % Cckgner May Epidemical Diitetnper, ' Itisofri Majefty with the Atottf oTHIs. Privy ^ ^ jfa that reigns here, fills all our Hofpitals ierved, that the Soldiers, who are