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The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1861., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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rdo 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 nd children, Louis Boniface. State Street.--The following are the principal sufferers in State street: Rev. P. O'Neil, William Aiken, Mrs. C. Picault, C. L. Blase, Christena L. Blase, C. Carolens, Charles Koch, Michael Herbert, Henry Schroeder, Mrs. Harvey, Isaac Loyea, John Nelligon. Cumberland Street.--The followinChristena L. Blase, C. Carolens, Charles Koch, Michael Herbert, Henry Schroeder, Mrs. Harvey, Isaac Loyea, John Nelligon. Cumberland Street.--The following are the principal sufferers in Cumberland street: Thos. Gerrety, Isaac Barrett, Mrs. E. M. Manigault, Mrs. Mary M. Whitney, Dr. R. Lebby, N. Petit, F. J. Rolando, John H. Jungbluth, J. S. Riggs, Rev. P. O Neil, J. M. Ainger, Charles E. Baker & Co., Henry Wittschen, O. J. Chaffee, Phœnix Engine Company, B. Mordecai. Mee