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or $200. All the flouring mills had their lower stories submerged. Mr. T. F. Knox had a part of 400 barrels of flour under water, but as it had not been inspected, it is hoped and believed that his loss will be small, though necessitating its re-packing. Some ship stuff on the lower floor will, however, be almost a total loss. The mills on the Falmouth side, and the corn mill of Mr. Marye, on this side, having been inundated, will be subjected to a small loss. The bridge at Falmouth stood firm, although the water from the current splashed over on the flooring, and a little higher rise would have produced a serious loss in timber. The country above has doubtless suffered heavily in the loss of fencing, and the crops of corn on the low grounds, judging from the wagon loads of pumpkins that came floating down the river. The vessels in port were in great danger, but no material damage occurred except to the schooner "Ladies Delight," Captain Kinningham, which par