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Snow storm in St. John, N. B.

--A letter from St. John, N. B., says: ‘"We have had the most fearful snow storm ever experienced in this colony since its settlement. There is now at least seven feet of snow on the level, and more probably it will average eight feet. In the streets in this city the snow is twelve to fifteen feet deep, and photographers were occupied yesterday in getting the extraordinary scenes."’

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