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ed, Dec. 22, 1845. FERRANTE. See FERDINAND GONZAGA. FERRARA, first mentioned by Paul Warne

frid as part of the exarchate of Ravenna, 568–752-a free city, 1067-submits to Matilda, countess of Tuscany, 1101-Guy Salinguerra leads the Ghibelin faction, 1118-succeeded by Torello, 1150-Wm. Adelard gives predominance to the Guelf party (see AVELARD, Wm.), and Ferrara joins the Lombard League, 1174 -Salinguerra II., son of Torello, chief of the Ghibelins, 1195-Azzo, marquis d' Este opposes him, 1196. See ESTE, Azzo D', VI.-Is expelled by the Ghibelins, 1209-recovers his influence, 1211 - d. 1212-Aldrovandino, his son, succeeds; d. 1215. See Azzo VII., marquis of Este.-Giacomo Torello heads the Ghibelins, 1244-Obizzo D'Este, 1264-1293 -Salinguerra III., 1270. See Azzo VIII., marquis of Este.-Fulk D'Este, 1308 the Ghibelin faction expires with Salinguerra III.

Pope Clement V. claims Ferrara as a fief of the church, and gives the government to Robert, k. of Naples, 1309 -the Ferrarese attempt to regain independence, and are cruelly repressed by the cardinal-legate, Pelagrua, 131expel Robert's garrison and restore the government jointly to Obizzo III., Rinaldo, and Nicholas I., sons of Aldrovandino, marquis d'Este, 1317-their cousin, Azzo, and other nobles, assist them to repel a formidable attack made by the legate, who is repulsed with great loss, 1333 Rinaldo d. 1335-Nicholas I. d. 1344 Obizzo IIl.d.1352—his eldest son, Aldrovandino III., elected signor of Ferrara, Mar. 21, 1352—d. of the plague, Nov. 2. 1361-his brother, Nicholas II., succeeds; d. Mar. 26, 1388--and is followed by his brother, Albert, who joins the league against Gian Galeazzo Visconte, 1390 -founds the university of Ferrara, 1391 -d. July 30, 1393—and has for successor his son, Nicholas III., the pacificator of Italy ; under his auspices peace is concluded at Ferrara between Venice, Milan, and Florence, April 18, 1428--and another general treaty, 1433.

Pope Eugenius IV.callsa councilat Ferrara, 1437—the councilopened by cardinal Nicholas Albergati, Jan. 8,1438_declares that of Basle at an end; the pope arrives, Jan. 27, and the Greek emperor, John VI., March 4; the council removed to Florence, 1439-Nicholas III. held in high esteem by Philip Maria Visconte, is invited by him to Milan, and d. there suddenly, Dec. 26, 1441-his natural son,

Lionel, is made his heir by his will; Lionel co-operates with pope Nicholas V. in restoring peace between the Italian republics and Alfonso V., k. of Aragon and Naples, and soou afterwards d., Oct. 1, 1450-his brother, Borso, also a natural son of Nicholas III., succeeds; is invited to Rome by pope Paul II., and receives from him the title of duke of Ferrara, April 14, 1471-d. May 27.

Is followed by his brother, Hercules I., a legitimate son of Nicholas III.; he supports Lorenzo de' Medici against pope Sixtus IV., 1478-assists in recovering Otranto from the Turks, 1481—is fiercely attacked by Venice and the pope, 1482— the pope withdraws, but the Venetians continue their hostilities, 1483-peace restored by the treaty of Bagnalo; the duke of Ferrara loses Rovigo, Aug. 7, 1484-sends his eldest son, Alfonso, to travel in England, France, and Spain, 1503--d. Jan, 25, 1504. See ESTE, Alfonso I., D'.-He joins a coalition against Venice, 1508—is attacked by pope Julius II., 1510-repels their attacks, and recovers part of his lost territories, 1511invited to Rome; treacherously imprisoned; released, 1512-appointed gonfalonier of the church by Leo X., 1513— is deceived by his promise to restore Modena and Reggio, 1515-Leo attempts to take Ferrara, 1519_instigates a plot to assassinate Alfonso, 1520_excommunicates him, and lays his State under an interdict; the duke in a printed manifesto exposes the papal iniquities, and is saved by Leo's death, 1520-joins the league against Francis 1, 1523-takes Modena, June 5, 1527 – the emperor Charles V. decides against the papal claims on Ferrara, Dec. 21, 1530-Ciement V. resists this award; submits to it, Oct. 12, 1531–Alfonso I. d. Oct. 31, 1534. Is succeeded by his

son, Hercules I.; Calvin preaches at Ferrara, and is expelled, 1536-Hercules II. joins the French army under the duke of Guise, 1556 d. Oct. 3, 1559—his son, Alfonso II., succeeds; Ferrara nearly destroyed by an earthquake, which commences Nov.16, and continues to the end of the year, 1570 - Alfonso II. confines Tasso as a lunatic, 1579—d. Oct. 27, 1597-Cæsar, grandson of Alfonso I., is declared heir to the lands of D’Este, and elected lord of Ferrara, pope Clement VIII. revives the old claims of the church; excommunicates Cæsar, and marches an army against him, 1597-Ferrara is given up by the House of D'Este, who retain only the title of dukes of Modena, 1698-Ferrara

occupied by Massena, June 19, 1796– 806. See EDRIS BEN EDRI8.-Invadod held by the Austrians, after the evacua- by Musa Ben Abi Alifia, 917 – taken tion of the rest of the papal States, 1838 by him, 924-Abderahman III. assists

-occupied by Austrian troops, 1847. the Edrisites in, 929- is proclaimed k., FERRARS, George, M.P., arrested for debt; 931--the Fatimites regain the ascend

released by order of the House; and an ancy, 932—Abderahman renews his at. Act passed to secure members of par- tempt to conquer them, 949—they reliament from such liabilities, 1542.

main masters of Fez, 968-Saracens of FERBERS, Laurence Shirley, earl, hanged Spain repeat their invasion, and are de

at Tyburn, for murder, May 5, 1760. feated at Tangier, 972-Galib restores FERRETTI, Mastai, b. 1792-chosen pope, Al Hakem's authority, 974–Al Hassan, 1846. See Pius IX., pope.

the last Edrisite k. surrenders to Alman FERRIER, Miss, the novelist, d. 1854.

sor, and is beheaded, 984Fez becomes FERRO, one of the Canary islands, from a dependency of Spain, 985-revolt of

which the degrees of longitude are Zeir Ben Atia, 996-the authority of the measured in many maps.

See ERUP- Spanish caliph restored, 998---becomes TIONS, Volcanic.

subject to Morocco, 1550. FERROL, projected attack on, by the earl of FICINUS, Marsilius, teaches the philosophy

Essex and sir Walter Raleigh, 1597— of Plato; warm discussions begin beunsuccessful attack on, by sir Edward tween its advocates and those of ArisPellew, and sir James Pulteney, Aug. 25, totle's doctrines, 1470 – translates the 1800—naval battle off; the French and works of Plato; assists in founding the Spanish fleets defeated by sir Robert academy of Florence, 1476 - d. Oct. 1, Calder, July 22, 1805—taken by Soult, 1499. Jan. 27, 1809.

FIDEN Æ taken, and razed by the Romans, FERRUCKABAD. See FURRUCKABAD.

B.C. 435—the amphitheatre erected by FERSEN, count, suspected of having caused Acilius falls down, many thousands of

the death of Charles Augustus, crown the spectators are buried in the ruins, prince of Sweden; is murdered by the A.D. 27. populace, June 20, 1810.

FIDENAS, L. Sergius, consul of Rome, B.C. FESCH, cardinal, by means of a national 437-military tribune, 433.

council, effects a compromise between FIDENATES defeated by the Romans, B.C. the pope (Pius VII.) and Napoleon, Aug. 437. See FIDENÆ. 5, 1811.

"FIDES," the planet, discovered by M. FESTIVALS. See Pia.

Luther, at Basle, Oct. 5, 1855. FESTUS, gov, of Judæa, before whom Paul Field of the Cloth of Gold. See ARDRES.

pleads, 61-superseded by P. Albinus, FIELDEN, John, M.P. for Oldham-d. 1819. 63.

FIELDING, Henry, b. 1707—his novel of FESTUS, consul of Rome, 439—another, 472. “ Tom Jones " produced, 1746–d. 1754. Festus, Rufus, writes his “Breviary,” 364. FIELDING, sir John, d. 1780. FETHANLEA, battle of; Ceawlin, king of Fieschi, the Guelf, continue to molest Wessex, defeats the Britons, 584.

Genoa, and seize Monaco, 1297. FEUCHTWANGEN, Conrad von, grand mas- FIESCHI attempts to assassinate Louis

ter of the Teutonic knights in Prussia, Philippe, July 28, 1834—is executed, Feb. 1290.

6, 1835. FEUCHTWANGEN, Siegfried von, grand mas- FIESCO, count of Lavagna, conspiracy of,

ter of the Teutonic knights in Prussia, at Genoa, Jan. 2, 1547. 1303.

Fiesco, Louis del, the Genoese admiral, FEUDAL constitution commenced in France defeated by the Venetian, Victor Pisani,

by Clovis I., 497-507 - established in 1378. England by William the Conqueror, Fiesco, Matteo del, raises a revolt at Ge1066-1080-embodied in the Assise of noa, and is discomtited by Prospero Jerusalem, 1099–introduced in Bohemia, Adorno, 1477. by Charles IV., 1354.

FIESCO and Grimaldi, Guelfs, expelled FEVA, chieftain of the Rugians, taken from Genoa, by Doria and Spinola, Ghiprisoner by Odoacer, 487.

belins, 1296. See FIESCHI. FEVERSHAM, James II. is detained at, 1688. FIFE, Edward Balliol lands on the coast FEVERSIIAM, earl of, sent by Charles II. to of, 1332.

negotiate with Louis Xiv., 1677--com- FIFTA-MONARCHY MEN, fanatics who preach mands the army of James II. against a millennium and the kingdom of Christ, the duke of Monmouth, 1685.

1649--conspire against Cromwell, 1658– Fez, the kingdom of, founded, 787. See punished and suppressed by Charles II , EDRIS BEN ABDALLAH.-The city built, 1661.

FIGULUS, C. Marcius, consul of Rome, B.C. by the Russians, Feb. 21-Abo, Swex 162-II., 156.

borg, and all the strong places taken ; FIGULUS, C. Marcius, consul of Rome, B.c. truce, Nov. 20, 1808--ceded to Russia by 64.

the peace of Fredericshamm, Sept. 17, FILANGIERI, Gaetano, b. 1752.

1809--the Gulf of, blockaded by the FILIBERTA, daughter of Philip II., duke of British and French fleets, Apr. 12, 1854.

Savoy, married to Julian de' Medici, FIORENZUOLA, near Piacenza, battle of; 1515.

Berenger defeated at, by Rudolf, king of FILIBERTO I., duke of Savoy, eldest son of France, and the Italian nobles, 923.

Amadeus IX., succeeds his father, 1472 FIRE ENGINE, nearly on the principle of --d. Apr. 22, 1482.

the steam-engine, used to raise ballast FILIBERTO II., duke of Savoy, eldest son of and water, a patent granted for it, 1618.

Philip II., 6. 1480—succeeds his father, Fire, Greek. See CALLINICUS and Con1497-marries Margaret, daughter of the STANTINOPLE. emperor Maximilian I., and widow of FIREs, some of the most remarkable :prince John of Spain, 1499—d. 1504.

Albany, Aug. 17, 1849. FILIBERTO. See EMANUEL FILIBERTO.

Albion Mills, near Blackfriars Bridge, FILLMORE, Millard, b. 1800-vice-president London, March 3, 1791.

of the U.S., 1849--succeeds as president Aldersgate St., 40 houses, Nov.5,1783. on the death of gen. Taylor, 1850—re- Amsterdam theatre, May 15, 1772. tires, 1853.

Argyle Rooms, London, Feb. 5, 1830. FIMBRIA, C. Flavius, consul of Rome, B.C. Astley's amphitheatre, Sept. 17, 1794;

104 - assassinates L. Valerius Flavius Sept. 1, 1803; with 40 houses, June 8, on his march to the East, and takes the 1841. command of his army, 86--arrives in Bankside, mustard mills, Ang. 28, Asia and defeats Mithridates, 85—Sylla 1814. prepares to disarm him; he is deserted Belvoir Castle, Rutlandshire, 1816.

by his army and commits suicide, 84. Bermondsey, April 24, 1852; again, FINALE bombarded by admiral Rowley, to June 25, 1854; Rope factories in Blue

detach the Genoese from their alliance Anchor Road, Lucas's wharf, and many with France and Spain, 1745.

other waterside premises, Mar. 16, 1855. FINAN, bp. of Lindisfarne, 650-d. 660.

Billingsgate, May 14, 1814. FINANCE, a regular system of, introduced Blandford (Dorsetshire), June 5, 1731. by Darius Hystaspes, B.C, 503.

Bread Street, Cheapside, premises of Finca, Heneage, b. 1621---made earl of Messrs. Townend, and many others in

Nottingham, and lord chancellor, 1673– the neighbouring streets, Dec. 31, 1853; d. Dec. 18, 1682.

loss more than £100,000. FINCH, Heneage, created lord Guernsey by Broadwood's Pianoforte manufactory,

qu. Anne, 1704-earl of Aylesford by 69, Horseferry Road, Westminster, Aug.

Geo. I., 1714-dismissed from office, 1715. 12, 1856, 1000 pianofortes burnt. FINCH, sir John, the Speaker, forcibly held Bromley flax mills, Feb. 13, 1854.

in the chair while the Commons pass Brooklyn (New York), Sept. 9, 1848. their “Remonstrance," March 2, 1629- Bury Street, St. Mary Axe, a great made lord keeper; is impeached by the many houses, June 12, 1811.

Commons, and escapes to Holland, 1640. Camberwell old church, Feb. 7, 1841. FINCK, the Prussian general, surrenders Canton, 15,000 houses, March 3, 1820. with his army to count Daun, 1759.

Charleston, South Carolina, April 27, FINDEN, William, the engraver, b. 1786– 1838. d. 1852.

-Chandos Street, Covent Garden, June 5, FINISTERRE, Cape, naval battle off; ad- 1806, when the notorious brothel, the Key,

mirals Anson and Warren defeat the was burnt to the ground. It broke out French, May 3, 1747.

in a room where a schoolmaster was in FINLAND, the coast of, conquered by Erik company with a courtezan; again, Sept.

IX., k. of Sweden, 1157 - the Swedes 30, 1853, when the extensive premises in, encroach on Russia, 1240-divided of Savill and Edwards were consumed. among the sons of Gustavus Vasa, 1560 Christ Church College, Oxford, March -conquered by the czar Peter, 1714—

3, 1809. restored, 1721-surrendered by Lewen- Circus, now Surrey theatre, Aug. 12, haupt to the Russians, 1742—the greater 1805. part is restored by the peace of Abo, on City Road, Gutta-percha works, loss condition of Augustus Frederic, duke of £100.000, June 5, 1853. Holstein Gottorp, being elected successor Clare Hall, Cambridge, 1344. to the crown of Sweden, 1743-invaded Collard's Pianoforte manufactory,

FIRES-continued.

Oval Road, Camden Town, (recently built), Dec. 19th, 1851, loss £60,000.

Conduit Street, July 9, 1809, where Mr. Wyndham, in endeavouring to save Mr. North's library, received an injury which caused his death.

Constantinople, three days' fire, 433; 446; 465, six days; 509; 12,000 houses and 7000 people burnt, Sept. 27, 1729 ; May 31, 1745; Jan, 29, 1749; July 5, 1756; Aug. 22, 1702.

Copenhagen, Oct. 20, 1728; June 6, 1759 ; palace, Feb. 1794 ; arsenal, 1795.

Cornhill, and Change Alley, London, 200 houses, March 25, 1748; again, Nov. 7, 1765. - Covent Garden, 50 houses, 1759.

Covent Garden theatre, Sept. 20, 1808;
March 5, 1856, during a bal masquée.

Cowdray House, Sept, 25, 1793.
Cubitt's, Pimlico, Aug. 17, 1854.
Custom-house, London, Feb. 12, 1814.

Dartford, Phoenix paper-mills, Feb. 16, 1852.

Dockhead, May 2, 1785.

Doncaster Church, entirely destroyed, Feb. 28, 1853

Dover Street, Piccadilly (Raggett's hotel), several lives lost, May 27, 1845.

Drury Lane theatre, 1672; Feb. 24, 1809.

Dublin, House of Commons, Feb. 28, 1792 ; Custom - house, Aug. 10, 1833 ; Royal Arcade, April 25, 1837; Hutton's coach factory, Jan. 4, 1851.

Duke St., Blackfriars, Messrs. Clowes and Sons' printing office, Jan. 10, 1852.

Duke St, Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 30, 1759.

Duke Street, London Bridge, Feb. 19, 1851; great damage.

Eastern Counties Railway, Bethnal Green, Sept. 18, 1851.

East Smithfield, Aug. 27, 1840.

Edinburgh, Lawn market, 1771 ; June and Nov. 1824; three days, May 6-8, 1842; Adelphi theatre, May 24, 1853.

English Opera House (Lyceum), Feb. 16, 1830. Falmouth theatre, Aug. 22, 1792.

Fenning's Wharf, and other large warehouses, foot of London Bridge, Aug. 30, 1836, loss £250,000.

Fleet Street, No. 134, the warehouse of Dobbs and Kidd, Apr. 1, 1856. -Fleet Street, No. 69, the spacious pre

mises of Bacon, Perkins, and Fetch, printers of the Bank-notes, Mar. 11, 1857.

Floxley Abbey, April 1, 1777.
Fonthill Abbey, Feb. 12, 1755.

Frith Street, Soho, Dec. 2, 1803. This fire began by a spark falling into a heap of tow, at Messrs. Mosers', the iron.

founders, and burnt for several days, consuming the whole square of houses between Compton St., Greek St., and Queen St., with the exception of a house at the corner of Compton St., occupied by Mr. Reid, a grocer, which, owing to a change in the wind, entirely escaped.

Glasgow theatre, 1780; again, 1829; many warehouses, loss £150,000, Jan, 14, 1832; theatre, again, 1845; large destruction of property, May 6, 1849.

Glastonbury, town and abbey, 1184.
Gravesend, Aug. 11, 1850.

Halifax, Messrs. Whitworth's mills, Oct. 4, 1853, loss £80,000.

Hamburg, great fire at, May 7, 1842.

Hatfield House, Herts, the marchioness of Salisbury perishes in the flames, Nov, 27, 1835.

- Hermitage - stairs, 31 houses, 1779; April 1, 1790.

Hindon, Wilts, July 2, 1754.

Holland St., Blackfriars, Routledge and Co.'s saw-mills, and many other premises, including Messrs. Rennies', Feb. 16, 1855, damage £150,000, and one life lost.

- Horselydown, 30 houses, besides ships, April 30, 1780.

King's Bench prison, 50 residencies, July 14, 1799.

Řirkman's pianoforte manufactory, Golden Square, and neighbouring houses, Aug. 10, 1853.

Lambeth, Myers' timber wharf, Belvedere Road; Grissell and Peto's, and others, Feb. 7, 1850, very extensive.

Limehouse Bridge, Dec. 4, 1716.

Lincoln's Inn, New Square, Jan. 14, 1849, extensive.

Lisbon, custom-house, May 31, 1766 ; royal palace, Nov. 6, 1794.

Liverpool, Apothecaries' Hall, March 20, 1845; Brancker's sugar-house, Dec. 28, 1843; Dublin Company's warehouses Jan. 24, 1834; Duke's warehouses, May 4,1843; May 27, 1843; Fawcet's foundry, March 6, 1843; Fenwick Street, Dec. 22, 1831; Formby Street, Joss more than half a million, Sept. 23, 1842; Gibraltar Row, May 24, 1833; Glover's wharf, July 21, 1851 ; Goree Buildings, property destroyed to the amount of more than £1,000,000 sterling, Sept, 15, 1802; Feb. 17, 1846; Hill's rice-mills, Nov. 25, 1848; Lancelot's-hey, Jan. 14, 1833; Oct. 10, 1834 ; Liver mills, May 25, 1842; Liver Street, Nov. 16, 1829; Oil Street, March 16, 1844; Okell's sugar-house, May 23, 1799; Pack's shed, April, 14, 1851; Suf. folk Street, Jan. 31, 1818; sugar-honse March 21, 1830; Tabley Street, Nov. 23, 1826; town-hall and exchange, Jan.

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FIBE8-continued.

18, 1795; Wapping, Oct. 22, 1823; North Shore cotton mills, May 17, 1853, loss £80,000; Bonded warehouses, near the Docks, Oct. 26, 1854, loss £95,000.

London, St. Paul's minster burnt, 962, 1077; the houses on London Bridge burnt, 3000 people drowned, July 10, 1212; great, of London, from Sunday morning, Sept. 2, till Thursday, 6, 200,000 sufferers encamp in the fields about Islington and Highgate, 1666. London Wall, Oct. 6, 1819.

Sept. 12, 1852, extensive. Long Acre, Horne's coach factory, Aug. 31, 1851.

Love Lane, city (Rose and Crown), May 18, 1851, 4 lives lost.

Lyceum. See English OPERA HOUSE.

Manchester, theatre, 1789; calico factory, March 15, 1792; warehouses of Green and Co., March 30, 1813 ; warehouses of Messrs. Ryland and others, March 1, 1854, loss £183,000.

Mark Lane, Allnutt's; Ashlins, and Hayter and Howell's warehouse, Sept. 19,

1850, loss £200,000. - Memel, Oct. 4, 1854; the town ail but destroyed; 5000 persons rendered houseless.

Mile-end, London, Jan 22, 1821, loss £200,000.

Millwall, Poplar, Scott Russell's premises, Sept. 10, 1863, damage £100,000; Etna Steam Battery, burnt there on the stocks, May 3, 1855, value £120,000; a third fire, March 12, 1856.

Minories, 30 houses, March 23, 1797.

Montreal, cathedral, April 7, 1849; a large portion of the city, July 8, 1852.

Moscow, burnt by the Tartars, 1571; by the Russian governor Rostopchin, Sept. 14, 1812 ; on the entry of the French under Napoleon, 11,840 houses consumed, besides palaces and churches.

Nantucket, July 13, 1846.

Newcastle-on-Tyne, Gateshead, Oct. 6, 1854, very extensive, with terrible explosions; 50 lives lost, 100 wounded-a million of property destroyed.

Newgate, by the Gordon mob, June 2, 1790. - New York, loss 20,000,000 dollars, Dec.

16, 1835 ; Sept. 6, 1839; July 19, 1845 ; Park theatre, Dec. 16, 1848; Messrs. Harpers, publishers, Dec. 10, 1853, loss above a million of dollars; warehouses in Front street, and shipping, Dec. 20, 1853, loss 650,000 dollars.

Olympic theatre, March 29, 1849.

Opera House, Haymarket, June 17, 1788.

Pantheon, Oxford Street Jan. 14, 1792.

- Paris, 588.

Parliament, Houses of, Oct. 16, 1834. Pavilion theatre, Whitechapel Road, Feb. 13, 1856.

Petersburg, 1736, 1780, 1796; imperial palace, Dec. 29, 1837.

Philadelphia, Oct. 4, 1839; July 9, 1850.

Pickford's wharf, City Road, Feb. 26, 1824; Gloucester Road, Regent's Park, June 10, 1857.

Pimlico, Oct. 25, 1839.
Pittsburgh, April 11, 1852.

Portsmouth dockyard, July 27, 1770; Dec. 7, 1776.

Quebec, May 28 and June 28, 1815 ; theatre, Jan. 12, 1846.

Ratcliffe Cross, 630 houses; loss £1,000.000, July 23, 1794.

Red Lion Street, 15 houses, June 6, 1823.

Rome, Capitol burnt, B.C. 83; (Nero's), July 19, A.D. 64; the Capitol, again, 69-80; Capitol, by lightning, 188; the temples of Vesta and Peace burnt, 191.

Rotherhithe, June 1, 1765 ; Oct. 12, 1790, 20 houses; Sept. 14, 1791, 60 houses besides ships; March 16, 1820, extensive damage; Feb. 1, 1856, Evans and Co., and others, extensive. - Royal Exchange, London, Jan. 10, 1838,

St. John's, Newfoundland, June 13, 1846.

St. Martin's Lane (Ben Caunt's public house), Jan. 15, 1851, 3 lives lost.

St. Paul's Churchyard, warehouse of Pawson and Co., Feb. 24, 1853.

St. Paul's Church, Covent Garden, Sept. 11, 1795.

San Franeisco destroyed, May 8, 1851, being the seventh time within four years

Saragossa theatre burnt, 600 persons perish, Dec. 17, 1778.

Savannah, April 11, 1852.

Shad Thames flour mills, July 17, 1856, loss £100,000.

Shadwell, 50 houses, Sept. 10, 1736; 30 houses in 1761; Nov.1, 1796, 20 houses.

Sheerness, Jan. 4, 1830.

Smithfield, 28 houses, 1761 ; again Aug. 14, 1822, extensive.

-Southwark, 60 houses consumed, 1676; Ald. Humphrey's, and other large warehouses, June 19, 1851, loss principally in hops, £100,000.

Spitaifields, Oct. 4, 1852.

Store Street, Tottenham Court Road, Sept. 27, 1802, very extensive.

Strand, 40 houses, 1781.

Thames Street, near the Customhouse, Feb. 11, 1800, three West India warehouses, loss £300,000.

Throgmorton Street, 20 houses, 1774.

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