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Twenty persons were killed in a Prussian mine on Wednesday.
The Senate yesterday refused to concur with the House as to the adjournment till the 2d prox.
George Bancroft, the historian, has signified his intention to give to Worcester a sum of money to defray the education of a young native of that city.
The Pendleton civil service bill was discussed in the Senate, and Mr. Pendleton gave notice that he should ask the Senate to sit out the bill at today's session.
The Commercial Advertiser building and the Masonic Temple at Buffalo, N. Y., were destroyed by fire late yesterday afternoon, the property loss aggregating $300,000. A fireman was fatally injured by falling walls.
The third annual dinner of the New England Society of Brooklyn, N. Y., was held in that city yesterday. Addresses were made by the Hon. Benjamin D. Silliman, the Hon. W. T. Davis, the Hon. Stewart L. Woodford, the Hon. Wm. M. Evarts and others.
THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., Dec. 22, 1. A. M. For New England, generally cloudy weather, light rain, winds shifting to south and west, lower barometer.
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