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The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ightly damaged, about $500 covering their losses. Pritchard Street.--South Side.--The following were the sufferers on this street: Thomas Cordray, two-and-a-half story wooden dwelling. Francis Police, three two-and-a-half story wooden dwellings, occupied by Messrs. N. Yokage, P. Sullivan and Henry Dinget, the latter loosing all their furniture. North Side.--Two boiler shops, Cameron & Co. Dwelling house of James Artope. Dwelling house of Henry Smyser. Dwelling house of A. R. Tavei. Dwelling house of John Torrent. Dwelling house of T. J. Cumming. East. Bay--East Side--Two and a half story wooden building, trust estate of Thos. Garraty; occupant, Thos. Whiley, tailor. Three story wooden dwelling, owned by N. Benoist, occupied by John S. Bird. A two story wooden dwelling, owned by James M. Stocker, occupied by Henry Smyser. Two story wooden house, owned by estate of Wm. Patton, occupied by Carl M. Heissenbuttel. Three story mansion of Dr. Pritchard; entirely