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BALTIMORE, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30, 1857. BY THE IL.-INOIS. Illinois from California, the Central America, Ac, contain news not embraced in our very published yesterday, which we j iaiiiraiB fold exported from San Fran- S50,691,434, against $15,182,631 of st39,705,zv4 was aem 10 to England, and 9 1,309,852 England in 1S5 of 13,500,000 in 1855 leads to the inquiry as of the amount was, Destructive Fire in Philadelphia. Immense ess of Property-Harrow Es" capo of Newspaper Offices. A boat 11 V o'elock, on Wednesday night, a fire broke out In the third story of the City property, in Chesnut street, above Third, Philadelphia, occupied by Mr. E. Gasklll, as a bindery. When the alarm was given, it is said, it seemed to be comparatively Insignificant, but It afterwards proved that the fire must have been burning for some time before it was discovered, for in a very short time the fourth and fifth stories in Perils of the Sea. The New York papers received last nightcon-tain several additional statements of Intense suffering at sea during the severe storm. We copy from tbe Tribune as follows: NASRATIVE OF TBRBTBLK T-RIVATIOTtS . The British brig Princess Louisa, Capt. Rider, of London, arrived yesterday, after a passage or 110 days from Cadiz This was the vessel reported en Monday a In great distress outside of Sandy Hook, and to whose assistance the United States storeshlp Relief was dispatched on the day following. During her protracted passage her officers and crew have endured the most intense suffering and privation, and It is almost a miracle that every man survived. PRICE ONE CENT. Affairs in Somerset Covutt w copy the following from the Somerset (Md.) XJalon: Damafi by tkt Storm. The late storm was very violent on Deal's Island. Th kitchen of Mr. James Benton was blown dowa, and. tbe dwelltne of Gabriel Elzey, colored, entirely de stroyed. Capt Wm. Price had the chimney of hia dwelling blown off, and that of hi kitchen blewn down, that of the former falling upon the roof of bis colonnade and breaking it in, while a portion of It went through that of the kitchen, Lis servants narrowly escaping injury. Mr. T. Webster and D. Hewes also had their chimneys blown off The cold was so Intense as co freeze considerable of their stock aa well as their peul- Dtstrvftivt Fir. Th dwelling house of lng on A evening before weather done on A steam yesterday. thick, thing. Tkt succeeded Jenkins about e last,) broken hawser twice engineer e war-pose of customary was lee-King proceeded forming