luded the Circular Church, Institute Hall, Theatre, Apprentices' Library, Palmetto Savings Institution, Art Association, Charleston Savings Institution, and the flue residences of Dr. Rodriguez, Dr. DeSaussure, and Dr. North.
The Mills House most fortunately escaped with little damage.
Queen street was laid in ashes from Digben's stables, north side, east of Meeting st., to the school of the Sisters of Mercy, near Mazyck street, and on the south side from Meitzler's Globe Hotel to Mr. Jabez Norton's residence, midway between Mazyck and Franklin.
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