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On the night of the 2nd iust. a school-house at PJrn; down, belonging to the Church Education Society, of which the Itev. G. Robinson was patron, was ously set on fire, and totally consumed, and it w 51. posed to have been done by some omngemen when turning from a meeting they held in the locality,-fr(e, man's Journal. The other morning, the wife of a respeotable named Cullinan, residing within a mile of Enill. ? t3 had an altercation with her servant maid, M?rg!et -?,; Mahon, when the latter dashed a delf bowl at the  of her mistress, inflicting a severe wound. Sh ili. seized a shovel, with which she assaulted Mrs- 'jjj_ nan, who is not eipected to recover from the '"J" inflicted. L 0f On Sunday, a fire broke out in the roofs of a six cottages at Fartbinghoe. near Banbury,  J. state of the material, and the want of water in "j. jacent pools and wells, deprived the tnhaMtanM 0 means of arresting the flames. The rector, t ?""? ordered two of his horses to be yo?ed to the village vv ter-cart, and for four or five hours .that vehicle used in carrying water from a distant pond to the c<e of the fire. By this means, and by IMriug off the r00f ing, most of the sixth cottage was saved from ?" ?c. tion. Four of the cottages were in$pra but the was not. The loss and inconvenience to the por nants are, nevertheless, considerable. 'It Ir-tr

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