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the Cathedral, to Mr. Seabrook's extensive west end, destroying all, save the house standing on the corner of New street, and Mr. Huguenin's brick residence below Savage. Mazyck street, from Queen to Broad, East and West, is laid low. Short street, running from Mazyck street to Franklin, was laid in ashes, including the left with out a landmark, save the brick chimneys of the handsome dwellings which recently adorned that section. The residences on Tradd street from Logan to Savage, on either side, with Greenhill, Limehouse and Council streets, are, with one or two exceptions, all in ruins. The Courier, of Friday, the 13th inst., gives tin a short time, had nothing standing but the bare walls. The flames spread right and left, destroying and making a clean sweep of fine residences in Logan, New, Savage, Mazyck, and the lower end of Broad streets. Nor could the work of destruction and desolation be stayed had it not been that the fire exhausted itself for want o