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THE continued alarm of the inhabitants of ¡ that part of Spain which has been desolated by the repeated shocks of earthquake is day by day recorded in telegrams fi,o,, i Madrid and Malaga. To day again we have news of fresh shocks last evening at Granada, causing the people to fly from the city into the fields, and, after a few hours of quietness, returning to their homes to gather up such of their belong- ings as are deemed of most value, or will be useful to them whilst camping out. It is gratifying to learn that public subscriptions are being got up, to which the Royal family have liberally contributed but no relief thus given can compensate the sufferers for the loss of their relatives, friends, homes—all, in fact, that was dear to them in this life. English travellers have given us vivid pictures of the beautiful cli- mate, fertile soil, and other delights of Spain, but if we in England cannot boast the lovely climate of Spain, we are at least free from such terrible calamities as those we have had to record during the last fortnight. -4>

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