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Incendiaries at work. --Monday night was distinguished by the happening of several fires, proving conclusively that they could not have been all the result of mere accident.--The first alarm, about 9 o'clock, was caused by the burning of a pile of rubbish in the back cellar of the Marshall Hotel, occupied by Wm. H. Davidson, which was soon extinguished. There was no entrance to the cellar save by the front on Broad street. The watchmen discovered the fire and put it out Several casks of prime liquor was stowed near the fire. The alarm at 10 o'clock was caused by the burning of a row of four wooden tenements on the street in rear of Antilotti's garden, near the Central deport. It was owned by the Messrs. Rutherfoord, and one tenement was occupied by a female of undoubted reputation. No doubt the torch of the incendiary had something to do with this fire also. The property was insured, and the fire department protected the surrounding tenements from destruction. The alarm o