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buildings are all jammed in together. It is impossible to approximate the amount of loss or damage, but it must be very great. The water is rising very rapidly, indicating that the ice has dammed up below. We have anticipations now of as great a freshet as occurred in 1857. The telegraph lines between here and Troy are all down. Nashua, N. H., Feb. 13. --The thaw has caused a freshet in the Sonhegan river, piling ice and water to a great depth on the railroad track between here and Wilton, stopping the passage of all trains. Honesdale, Pa.,Feb. 13. --The dam of a large reservoir on Carleybrook, owned by the Delaware and Hudson Canal Company, broke away this morning, destroying in its course a large saw mill and tannery, owned by Henry & Bunnell, together with a glass and bottle factory and other buildings, owned by J. M. Brookfield. Serious damage has also been done to the Delaware and Hudson Canal Company in this vicinity. The loss is not known. Easton, Pa.,F