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am H. Woodward. East of this building the flames communicated to a large farm. building pred by Messrs. William h. West & Brother as a lumber-dressing establishment and stable, and a blacksmith shop owned by Ed. St. Carter, both of which were destroyed, with all they contained. As mentioned in our edition of yesterday, the brick stables in the rear of the handsome residences on Franklin street, occupied respectively by Wyndham Robinson, Mrs. Henry Thripleft, General Custis Lee, John Stuart, Henry C. Baskerville and Dr. Robert G. Cabel, were also destroyed. Each of these stables was well stocked with hay, oats and harness, the most of which was lost. The loss by this fire, at present valuation, cannot be 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 l