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hip chandlery, which was full of goods, took fire from the intense heat, and was also consumed, though a considerable lot of valuable property was rescued. The two buildings were part of the Enders' estate, and owned by Mr. Edris Berkeley, of Baltimore, and were, we believe, insured for $6,000 each, one of the policies being issued by the Virginia Fire and Marine Insurance Company. The Old Dominion Nail Company had an insurance of $10,000 on nails stored with Bridgford & Co. Womble & Claiborne an insurance on 200 bbls. fish, stored there. Bridgford & Co. were insured, personally, for $14,000 in various offices, including a policy of $5,000 in the Merchants' office. Mr. Beegleston was insured in the Merchants' Richmond Fire Association, and other offices, sufficient to cover two-thirds of his loss. The State, as well as the occupants and owner of the houses, is a considerable loser by the above fire — a lot of army stores, such as fish, mess pork, rice, apples, flour, hay, tar