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The great fire in London.--First appearance of the flames.[from the London Star, June 24] The metropolis on Saturday evening was visited by one of the most terrific conflagrations that has probably occurred since the great fire in 1666. Certainly, for the amount of property destroyed, nothing like it has been experienced the last half century, the loss being estimated at £2,000,000. The scene of this catastrophe was on the water side of Tooley street, nearest London Bridge — a locality which has been singularly unfortunate during the last twenty-five years--some of the largest fires have occurred there. The out break took place in the extensive range of premises known as Cotton's wharf and bonded warehouses, belonging to Messrs. Scovell. They had an extensive river frontage, and the whole space on the land side extending to Tooley street was covered with eight or nine massive brick warehouses, six stories in height, some of which were formerly used as ordnance (Government) st