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n. The fine building owned by the Sisters of Mercy was fortunately preserved by the most strenuous efforts of the firemen, who blew up several buildings for this purpose. Archdale st., from the Unitarian Church, on the east side, and from Mr. Thos. Ryan's, on the west side, to Queen, was destroyed. King street, from Horibeck's alley, on either side southward, save the buildings on each corner, were destroyed — on the east side to the Quaker Meeting House, on the west side to Mr. Melcher's bakery, near Broad street. Broad street was destroyed — commencing with St. Andrew's Hall on the north side, to the residence of Dr. Wragg inclusive, corner of Franklin street. In this range are included the fine residences of Bishop Lynch, Geo. M. Coffin, Mr. J. Balleyward, Postmaster Huger, Miss Bowman, John Laurens, Dr. Mazyck, Captain Rutledge, and John Bounell. On the south side the fire raged from Mr. C. F. Levys, opposite the Cathedral, to Mr. Seabrook's extensive west end,