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Chappell's extensive Piano factory in London has been destroyed by fire, and twenty persons were injured. The telegraph cable to connect Singapore and Rangoon, is about to leave England. Its length is 1,300 miles. Fresh troops had left Turin for Naples. The corn crop in Italy is deficient. In London the demand for money is full, but there was no pressure. There is some doubt whether the Bank will raise the rate of interest. A dispatch from Hong Kong, September 17, repners. Gen. Somnas pursued the enemy and afterwards occupied Tivola, and positions commanding Gaeta. King Victor Emmanuel enters Naples today. The number of prisoners taken at Capua was 11,000. Another official dispatch says: Turin,Nov. 9.--Yesterday our troops, commanded by Victor Emmanuel, attacked and dispersed the Bourbon army, beyond the Zarigliano. Tents, wagons, and an immense number of prisoners were left in our possession. Gen. Somnas has occupied Mola de Gaeta a