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story wooden house, occupied by Thomas O'Sullivan. Two story house, owned by Ann Francis. Two story wooden building, owned by Catherine Pritchard, occupied by E. C. Pritchard. Ware-house, occupied by O. J. Chaffe. Two three story houses, owned by George Kinloch.--One two story house, owned by Jos Guy, occupied by E. de Purtel. One two story house, owned and occupied by Z. Miller, slightly damaged. Market Street--West Side.--The following were the sufferers on Market street: --Chisholm, five houses, occupied by Fred. Turk, Margaret Slavern, D. L. McCarthy, A. Robins, Martin 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, Charl