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GERMANY.

GREECE,

- SICILY.

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SICILY. A shock of earthquake took place on the 14th ult., at Ragusa, which exceeded in violence and duration that of 1843, and threw the inhabitants into a perfect state of con- sternation. The undulatory movement first began at one o'clock in the day and, was preceded by a bi-ight'liglit, which soon disappeared. The gates of the city were opened to give egress to the inhabitants in case of need. Many of the walls and roofs of the houses were damaged, and the furni- ture in some of them thrown down and broken. Similar shocks were felt at the same time at Jara and at Stagno; at the latter place several houses were thrown down.

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