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iled under and over the bridge to aid the flames and accelerate the work of destruction. The light from the flames of the burning bridges caused an alarm of fire in this city. The Melville bridge cost $6,000. The telegraph wires and poles along the road were also cut in several places. The railroad bridge at Canton, over Harris' Creek, was also destroyed by fire at an early hour on Saturday. The Canton bridge was entirely destroyed and fell into the creek. Capt. Boyd and Lieut. Fisher, with sixty of the policemen of the Western and Southern Districts, were dispatched at an early hour on Saturday morning, as also a company of Maryland Guard, to destroy the railroad bridges over the Gunpowder and Bush rivers, and other bridges nearer the city. After accomplishing the duty they returned to the city at half-past 1 o'clock, Saturday. From the Baltimore Sun, (Extra,) Monday, P. M.: The excitement which pervaded the city of Baltimore throughout the whole day of Su