1852 - Large Fire near Burlington, Vermont.
Boston, Sunday, Feb. 1, 1852 - 9 P. M.
A dispatch from Burlington, Vt., states that an oil-mill, situated near the Winooski Falls village bridge, together with two adjoining grist-mills, a wagon-shop, a cooper's shop, was totally destroyed by fire on Friday last. The sufferers are H. W. Catlin, Winooski Mill; Goddard & Haven, Match & Blithon, Mark Willard, and Wardwell & Smith. Mr. Catlin was the principal owner of the buildings, and his loss is $35,000 - one half insured. The Winooski Mill Company is insured $15,000 in the Hartford Company's office.
The New York Times
New York, New York
February 2, 1852
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