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and on the right, to, and including, the Odd Fellows' Hall. The flames raged with terrific fury, bidding fair to destroy every house in our town. This occurred on Tuesday, February 21. "On Wednesday morning a huge smoke in the northwestern part of our town called our attention to the fact that the work of burning had not yet ceased. Fire was set to the cotton in the rear of John H. Cathcart's residence and store, and communicated thence to the buildings in its front and rear, and Dr. Boylston's residence on the left, sweeping all before it. "It would be here proper to state that this last fire was set by the Seventeenth corps, commanded by General Francis P. Blair, in its passage through the town. This corps, as we were informed by troops attached to the other corps, was the most fiendish; and that if they had got into our town first, every house would have been committed to the flames. "There was some cotton burnt in the neighborhood of Mount Zion Institute — that