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eet in height, standing to mark its former site. The lower part of the west wing was occupied by William F. Sims, while above him were Messrs. Green & Allen's carpenter rooms. In the east end were A. T. Burr & Co.'s furniture establishment, Robert McNamee's dental instrument and cutlery manufactory, and J. Hardwicke's lock-smith shop; the western wing was used by Martin M. Lipscomb in the manufacture of J. W. Willett as a match factory, and Foster & Magne, manufacturers of glue. The buildinge less than three hundred and fifty thousand dollars. The buildings alone cost over seventy-five thousand dollars, and Messrs. Green & Allen had their machinery manufactured in New York at an expense of eight thousand dollars. Messrs Burr & Co., McNamee and Hardwicke's losses, and general confusion, while the others had everything they burnt up. The loud reports which took place, and were supposed to be at the time bombshells, turned out to be a number of loaded muskets that had been stew