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ed is about forty-seven. It may be stated that the whole of the property destroyed was involved in flames within the space of thirty minutes. The streets being flooded with water and snow, the water courses and sewer inlets being choked up, the burning oil spreading with great celerity over the surface, reached from house to house on both sides of the way, and ran in burning streams into the cellars. This is what caused such an immense destruction of houses. Miscellaneous. Henry S. Foote, ex-member of the Confederate Congress, who recently arrived in Washington, reached New York city on Tuesday night, in charge of an officer of General Sheridan's army, and applied for a room at the Astor House; failing to obtain which, he sought an interview with United States Detective Colonel Bakes, but was unsuccessful in obtaining one, and was at once removed to Fort Warren. His refusal to take the oath of allegiance is understood to be the cause of his imprisonment. The Cincin