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ted at the present value of exchange, will exceed the sum of $3,000,000. On this there was an insurance of $224,000, held altogether in Southern companies. Add to the above amount the loss of the warehouse buildings and that used as a factory by the Gary brothers, also owned by Gilmour & Co., and the loss will be increased to upwards of two hundred thousand dollars more. Upon the buildings was a nominal insurance. The senior partner of the concern, Mr. John Gilmour, left this country for Scotland (of which he is a native) in the year 1859, where he has resided over since. During his absence the business of the firm has been attended to by a young man bearing the same name, who is a relative. The Messrs. Gary, the proprietors of the tobacco factory in which the fire was first discovered, lost upwards of one hundred thousand dollars' worth of tobacco, (a large portion of which was manufactured,) tobacco presses, screws, frames, &c., on which they had an insurance of $25,000.