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rifling articles, the names of which we did not hear. It was a big fire, and, as a matter of course, a big crowd assembled to see it. The flames roared and crackled as, one after another, the massive mahogany legs and other members of the body of King Faro were pitched into the devouring element, and the grim executioners stirred up the glowing coals with malignant joy, unmoved by the grief of sympathizing spectators. When nothing remained but a mass of red-hot embers, the officers retired, and then young Richmond, white and black, made an effort to secure some relic of the departed monarch. "I've got a fine dollar chip!" said one--"I've got a copper on the ace!" said another; but they crumbled at the touch, and nothing now remains but ashes of what was once so gorgeous and mischievous. We were about to add that this is the last of the faro banks; but we remember that the apparatus taken from Worsham and Burns is still in litigation, and thus reserved for a future conflagration.