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The car houses of the Concord and Northern railroads, at Concord, N. H., were burnt recently, involving a very heavy loss.

John W. Fitch, President of the Mechanics Bank at New Haven, Conn., died on the 11th instant.

The whaling bark Margaret Scott, has been seized at New Bedford, Mass., as a suspected slaver, and her officers arrested.

The New York Herald brings the astounding information that the small-pox is raging violently at Lynchburg and Leesburg, Va.

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