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o resided on the premises, lost all of his household furniture, and a portion of a very valuable collection of paintings, which he had been collecting for some years. The Apprentices' Library. Is, we learn, a total loss. To no one will this be more distressing, than to the octogenarian gentleman, Dr. Jos. Johnson, under whose care the Society has been for so many years. In addition to this, the Doctor is, we believe, himself a sufferer by the conflagration. Cameron & Co.'s "PhÅ’Nix iron Works." This extensive foundry and machine shops is again in ashes, being the second time in the last ten years that its energetic and popular proprietors has been visited with fire. The entire premises are in ruins, including large quantities of shot, shell, and other ordnance stores, ready for delivery to the Confederate Government, amongst which were valuable and improved machinery for rifling cannon, making percussion caps, &c. The powerful steam fire engine which was prominentl