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London Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1762, London, Middlesex rumf*. 10250. ndo From Curftag Qftober 5, to ^atutfjag O&ober 9, 1762. T the Court at St. James3t, the 17 th Day of September, 1762, PRESENT, The KING'S mod Excellent Majefty iu Council. H E R E A S the Time limited by His Ma-jefty's Order in Council of the 9th of April laft, for prohibiting the Exporting out of this Kingdom; or carrying Coaftwife, Gunpowder, Salt Petre, or any Sort of Arms or Ammunition,^ will expire upon the 29th Day of October next: And whereas it is judged expedient for His Majefty V Service, and the Safety of this Kingdom, that the faid Prohibition mould be continued for fomeTime longer} His Majefty doth therefore, by and with the Advice of His Privy Council, hereby Order, Require, Prohibit and Command, That no Perfon or Perfons whatsoever (except the Mailer 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 29th Day of October next, prefume to tranfport into any Parts out of this Kingdom, or carry Coaftwife, any Gunpowder, Salt Petre, or any Sort of-Arms or Ammunition, or fhip or lade any Gunpowder, Salt Petre, or any Sort of Arms or Ammunition, on Board any Ship or Vefiel, in order to tranfporting the fame into any Parts beyond the Seas, or carrying the fame Coaftwife, without Leave or Permiffion in that Behalf firft obtained from His Majefty, or His Privy Council, upon Pain of incurring and fuffering the refpe&ive Forfeitures and Penalties inflicted by an Aft paffed in the Twenty Ninth Year of His late Majefty's Reign entituled, " An Acl to impower His Majefty to pro-�* hibit the Exportation of Salt Petre, and to enforce *.� the Law for impowering His Majefty to prohibi' ** the Exportation of Gunpowder, or any Sort oi ** Arms and Ammunition ; andalfoto impovver His � Majefty to reftrain the carrying Coaftwife of Salt �� Petre, Gunpowder, or any Sort of Arms or Ammu-" nition." And the Lords Commiflioners of His Majefty's Treafury, the Commiflioners for Executing the Office of Lord High Admiral of Great Britain, the Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, the Mafter �General of the Ordnance, and His Majefty's Secretary at War, are to give the neceflary Directions herein; as to them may refpe&ively appertain. W. Blair. A T the Court at St. James's, the 17th Day of **" September, 1762, .PRESENT, The KING'S rrfoft Excellent Majefty in Council. WHEREAS His Majefty was pleafed, by His Order in Council of the zd of April laft, to direft, That the Bounties of Six Pounds for every able Seaman, and of Three Pounds for every ordinary Seaman, (hould continue to be paid to every fuch able and-ordinary Seaman, not above the Age of Fifty, nor under the Age of Eighteen Years, who fhould, on or before the 31ft Day of May Jaft, voluntarily enter themfelves to ferve in His Mall Fries Six Pe�& I jefty's Navy, either with the Captains or Lieutenants of His Majefty's Ships, or the Chief Officers on Board fuch Tenders as ihould be employed for railing Men for the Service of His Majefty's4loyal Navy : And alfo that the Bounty of Thirty Shillings (hould be continued to be paid to every able bodied Landman not above the Age of Thirty Five, nor under the Age of Eighteen Years, who Ihould, on or before the faid 31ft Day of May laft, voluntarily enter themfelves in like Manner to ferve in His Majefty's Royal Navy ; and that a Reward of Five Pounds for every able, and of Two Pounds Ten Shillings for every ordinary Seaman, Ihould continue to be paid to any Perfon who fhould difcover any Seaman or Seamen who may fecret themfelves, fo that fuch Seaman or Seamen fhould be taken for His Majefty's faid Service, on or before the faid Thirty-firft Day of May laft.- And whereas the Time limited for paying the faid Bounties and Rewards, hath been ' continued and extended to the 30th of this Inftant September; And it being judged expedient for His Majefty's Service, that the fame fhould be continued for fome Time longer; His Majefty, with the Advice of His Privy Council, doth therefore order, and it. is hereby accordingly ordered, that the Time limited for-Payment of the faid Bounties and Rewards, be prolonged and extended from the faid 30th Day of this Inftant September, to the 30th Day of November next. And that the ^ faid Bounties and Rewards be paid in the Manner direfted by His'Majefty's aforementioned Order in Council of the 2d of April laft. Whereof all Perfons concerned are to take Notice, and govern themfelves accordingly. W. Blair. St. James's, Qfiober 6. This Day the following Addrefs was pre-Tented to His Majefty, and read by the Reverend William Langford, A. M. accompanied by a Deputation from the Proteftant DhTenting Minifters, introduced by the Lord of His Majefty's Bed-Cham-^ ber in Waiting. To the King's moft Excellent Majefty. Moft gracious Sovereign-, WE your Majefty's ever faithful and loyal Subjects, the Proteftant Diflenting "Minifters in and about the Cities of London and Weftminfter, humbly beg Leave to approach your Royal Prefecce with our unfeigned Congratulations on the aufpicfous Birth of a.Prince, and the happy Recovery of the Queen. So great an AccefGon to your Majefty's perfonal-and domeftick Felicity, infpires us with the warmeft Joy, and calls for our abundant Thankfulnefs to Divine Providence, which, in thus augmenting your private Happinefs, and that of your moft amiable Confbrt, hath added frefh Security to the publick Welfare; and afforded us the pleafingProfpec"t, that the ineftimable Bleffings, which the Nation derives from your Majefty's wife and gracious Government, will be tranfmitted, through your Royal Defcendants, to the lateft Generations* ;