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On the night of the 2nd inst. a school-house at Porta- down, belonging to the Church Education Society, and of which the Hev. G. Robinson was patron, was malici- ously set on ifre, and totally consumed, and it is sup- posed to have been done by some orangemen when re- turning from a meeting they held in the locality.-Free. man's Journal. The other morning, the wife of a respectable farmer named Cullinan, residing within a mile of Enuistymoti, had an altercation with her servant maid, Margaret Mc. Mahon, when the latter dashed a delf bowl at the head of her mistress, inflicting a severe wound. She then seized a shovel, with which she assaulted Mrs. Culli- nan, who is not expected to recover from the injuries inflicted. On Sunday, a fire broke out in the roofs of a block of six cottages at Farthinghoe. near Banbury. The dry state of the materials, and the want of water in the ad- jacent pools and wells, deprived the inhabitants of the means of arresting the flames. The rector, at length, ordered two of his horses to be yoked to the village wa- ter-cart, and for four or five hours that vehicle was used in carrying water from a distant pond to the scene of the fire. By this means, and by tearing off the roof- ing, most of the sixth cottage was saved from destruc- tion. Four of the cottages were insured, but the fifth was not. The loss and inconvenience to the poor te- nants are, nevertheless, considerable.

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