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Bennett, and others; A. Bia; A. Canale; R. Brodie, three houses, occupied by Louis Schucerte, Joseph Pattinl, and Frank Barton; Wm. Aiken, nine houses, occupied by Wm. Marche, Sylvester Jancovich, Leonardo Mal Baptiste Pattani, James Congrobe, Wm. Englert, and Jacob Reils. Coerce Street.--The following were the principal sufferers in Church street. C. L. Blase, Dr. Francis Y. Porcher, Charleston Gas Light Works, John Stellas, John Malony (four houses consumed,) John D. Kennedy, Wm. Alken, G. W. Williams & Co., (store house) Wm. Hockaday, (stables,) Margaret Fitzpatrick, Dr. John Oberhausser, Roger Gannon. Anson Street.--The following are the principal sufferers in Anson street: Henry Trescot, Chas. Clark, Daphne Hampton, Ann Greiner, H. H. Williams, W. C. & D. A. Walker, Edward Collins, Jos. Prevost, George W. Williams & Co. Motte Lane.--The following are the principal sufferers here: John McGee, Wm. P. Shingler, Patrick Collins, and St. Mark's. Gu