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The principal part of the woollen manufactory of the Messrs. Dalziel, Walkerburn, Innerleithen, was com- pletly destroyed by fire 011 Sunday evening. The whole damage is estimated at about £ 10,000, which, we under- stand, is covered by insurance, effected with the Royal.— Scotsman. Tidings from Mount Cenis state that tunnelling opera- tions have got a material impulse from the perforating engine having now to deal with a vastly softer stratum of rock than had to be bored hitherto, a month's work of late fully excavating 250 metres; so as to promise com- pletion of the whole passage ill 186S. A meeting of ladies of rank and fortuno»has been held in Paris to take into consideratirn the destitute oondition of the negroes emancipated by the late events in the United States. They resolved to form themselves into sub-committees and to occupy themselves in making clothing for the slaves at present deprived of all weajw of procuring any.

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