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ve fires which has ever occurred in this State took place in Manchester on Friday night last. About 12 o'clock, the citizens in the neighborhood were aroused by the roaring of the flames, which proceeded from the northwestern wing of the Messrs. Gary's tobacco factory, situated on Barney street, between Allen and Bainbridge, and in an incredibly short time the whole building was in a light blaze. The wind setting in a favorable direction, the large tobacco warehouse, on the opposite side of t Mrs. Ophelia Fuqus, a widow lady, on the corner of Bainbridge and Barney streets, and from thence spreading to her kitchen in the yard, Mrs. Susan P. Allen's kitchen on the next lot, and another building adjacent, in the occupancy of the Messrs. Gary, owned by William Gray, of this city, resulting in the total destruction of them all. In addition to these buildings, which were destroyed, the residences of F. W. Redford, Patrick Gary, Mrs. Susan P. Allen, and the large framed tenement used as n