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The Daily Dispatch: December 18, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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h-streets. Stock valued at $5,000. All consumed. Insurance, $1,000. House owned by Wm. Alken. John Kenny, 120 Tradd street, opposite Greenhill street. House owned and occupied by self. Wooden house, with brick basement. $3,000 insurance in the Royal Insurance Company of London, C. Atkinson &Co., Agents. The following are the principal sufferers in Council street, also omitted: Mrs. H. M. Holmes, Andrew W. Burnett, Wm. P. Holmes, C. Gerety. The house on East Bay owned by Mr. Edmund Bull, was occupied by Isaac Woolf, who lost furniture, clothing, &c. Mrs. E. C. Ravenel, 114 Tradd street. Three story brick house, totally destroyed. Insured in the Charleston Insurance and Trust Company for $9,700. The furniture was nearly all consumed. No insurance on furniture. Patrick Kiennen, soda water establishment, 70 State street. Loss $3,000. No Insurance. A. J. Salinas, house in Short street. Total loss. Johnson's Foundry, on Concord street. Insured for 2,00