New York, Nov. ÍG. - The latest and owcst estimates of the iuisuranuu losses by lic BostoB firo givos the total niuuaiu as 48,572,J0(), dosiributed as follows: klassacinisotts conipanies (29,710,000 Conuecticut " 2,962.800 Now York " 6,850,000 Maino " 400,000 Rh orle Islaud " 920,000 California " 76,000 Illinois " 30,000 Missouri 2.3,000 Minnesota " 50,000 Siew Jersey " 17,500 Jhio " 205,000 Peuusylvauia " 2,77ü,5OO Wisconein " 50,000 Foreign " 1,510,000 Tho wool dealers, it is said, are fnlly coveied by insuranco. Large uuiubers of balts aro being rocovercd froni the ruins. The outsides aro burned. black, but the insides aro good. It is belioved that the direct and indirect losses will not oxceed $40,000,000 after the iusurancc is liquidated. Hl ■! II CorESHAGEX, Nov. 10. - The storm whick raged in tho north of Europo Wednesday and Thursduy was vory diislroa.s throughout Denmark and on tho coast Tho wind blow u hurricino and rain anc snow foll incessantly. The streams overfiowod their banks and inundatcd tho country for milos. Groat daiuago was done to the soaport towns, and nunurous marine disasters occurred. litports o tho loss of twenty-four ships havo been already received. Hult' of tho town o: Frasto on tho Island of Zlofseoland, in the Baltic, was lakl wnsta by the forcu o the winds. Tho f.m:ill Isliind of Botoc was entirely submorged and all tho in habitants drowned.