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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 28, 1749, London, Middlesex                                � \ W E b N K S D A Y,  JuNs 1^ DfH.  June 26. A M E drtwn attd fail'd. the Noble, wvfortl. and the Swallow, Ottoro, tor Cork and Africa. Came down, a Ship u.Vnowii, itnd remains wii!i luofc" as per laft. Arriv'd. the Diamond, Hodgfon, frOm Nevis Wind SVV. Ycfterday arrived a Mail from HotLAKU Pftryhtrr. Jirmt 13. The fatal Conllagiation which Htdf bapps^'^ *f th� Ciiy of Cafan having plunged the. tababitani-' into a Golph of Mifery, the Fmprcf*, moved wtili CdfT.paftnn cf their unhappy Condition, has aflign'd � nmfiderkt, and (he other IS the Adria^c Gulph. - r  n the l.vcrpoi^l Man of War, was landed afthc Tower from the Nore; and YclUrday it was brought in Carts from thence to the Bank. By Letters from SulTex we art! informed, that within thcie fc^v Days part, nolofsthan five fifhing Veffcls have been ihipwncked on that Coall, by which Mufirtnit,: nint'iccn I'erfons lod their Lives. On board one of the V^tfTvls were two Gentlemen of confiderable I'ortont; in that County, one of whom, by the Help of a Bitrcl, notwithftanding his having his Boots on, got fafeto Siipre, but the oihcf perilh'd. On Sunday two Gentlemen going in a ChAife to CheU fea, ordered the Horfe to be watered at Avery Farm \ but the Man taking off the Bridte before he fetched thw Water, the Horfe took h*right, run away with ihciii in it," and fl.ing them both out, by which one was very dangeroufly wounded, and broke tbc Chaife to Pieces We hear that fome OlHceri and Maiiners btslong'ng to the Cheilerfield are broughthome Prifuhcrs ih the .Stratford Man of War, for bemg concern'd in running away with, the Cherterficld ; but bein^ afterwards very inftrumcntal in reducing the Pirates to their Diit/, arc to p% Evidences i�o their Trials-i for which the C as'd to belong to a Sea-inirg�ou \ and that the-Pc-i'l'un who eft the Regimentals h:id e^uipp'd himfelf out of t6e afore-faid Bqx. ,*y; Plfmnth, yunt �o. TllpiDay was completed and rung, one "new Peal t)f fight B6|U ( h^^ Tenor weighing 4031 Poundi) cart by Mr. ThMi|a -Hoiv{ttInd Gardens Will be opened every Evcn-injg, as iiluai, tillfuytilcrNotite, fach I'.cnbn piyfnj. One Shliiii^'Admittance. Tha Fire-Trees will bs lighted this Ntght.        . ii'he *lnteMainments of Ctiptr's Gardens will continue tliis and every Evening diiring the Suihnier Seafnn ; .rhc Walks will W Beawtifufiy itlumlnMed with Lamp Trees in a 'grahd Tatte, di^fed in proper Qider, and to conclude with beautiful Fircwojks rcfembling the Royal one* n the Green Paik. -The Fircwofki.are.c(lccrocd by great Numbers of Gcn-lemen and Ladies DirttnAion ttu: bdt ev(^ exliibiti:d in Publick. Great, Care will be taken to keep out I'erfons of i^l RiCpute,  At SadlerV Well�, Islington, this Evening, Mp. Hem(Iiniqtir, Mr. VVil'l�ni�, Mr. Pedro, and Mr France. Tlie wholo to to-icImic with Scipio Afiicanui,or liiirlftiuin Gt^nd Volgi. Fsch Pcrfon .10 be atimicicd far-'a Pint of Wmc 01  P>inch At the New Wells in Goodnjan's Pi.-ldj, this I'l-ening, witl'be feveral new Perfotmancet by Mmif Tartfey f?o|n Venice. To which �dt bes ad  Price. l>:ttoOkl Annvittf, ^^^ a � 8th. l>�tro New no Ptice. Batik Aif n���ies 1746. ro rricr.   D tto c% 1 4th 9 ] fiha. ' Ditto I.p �'y iTt7.no Prke. Ratik .Anflsjttici �74t,  05 i half a � fth a J frhsi. Ditto 1719. ic; i half �* i 4ih a ) S'.hs a � tih. Thrie per Cent. A�Mti<*, lot., Mill-cn K.infc. �*� Ptiee , F.<}�i�^aV'i,' no Prtfa. Rft�al \diri�n'ce. n-� Price, l.otid^ AtFa^anee. *to Pric*, Figli{h Copper ^1 ^t. SevTR per CeM Kfftperor's Lt-jkn. ito."^ Five per Cem. ditto. iki Price. 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