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The cholera in Paris.

Philadelphia, December 16.
--A letter from the Paris correspondent of the Ledger informs us that down to November 23, the date of his letter, there had been sixty-six hundred deaths from cholera in that city. It also states that the milder form of the disease, known in Paris by the term chlorine, had attacked nearly everybody during the damp, sultry weather that had been prevailing for the preceding five or six weeks.

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