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Destructive fire. --About half-past 11 o'clock yesterday morning a fire occurred on the premises of Mr. William Taylor, living on Grace street, between 21st and 22d, Church Hill, which resulted in the entire destruction of his new and splendid brick residence, kitchen, smoke-house, and stable. The fire originated in the kitchen, and the weather being very dry, not only that, but the dwelling and other buildings were enveloped in flames in an incredible short space of time. Through the ext. In addition to this loss, a large lot of growing vegetables and valuable fencing surrounding the place was destroyed, and we understand that the same fate overtook two hogs and a calf that were confined in a pen in the rear of the kitchen. Mr. Taylor's loss, including furniture, groceries, &c, is estimated at between seventy-five and one hundred thousand dollars. Fortunately for him he is the owner of a fine farm in Hanover, (at which place he was temporarily sojourning,) or else, in the pr