LBy W. P. Telegraph- SEVERE GALE AS D HKATY SAOW. London, -J. The BritUh I-dea were visited la-it nuht by one of the morit violent torim ev-.-r experienced. Scow j fell to an extraordinary depth iu ibis city and in the country. Tf.ia morniuii it wa5 six inches d-.cp in the streets ol London. Travel is almost wholly suspended. sus-pended. Omribus.?es and coaches have ceaed runrjinif and t-earcely a vehicle of any d-jr-ption has been seen on the streets ail day. In ihe provinces the snow fell much heavier j and in the n.Tih the drifts were several feet deep. The gale rag' d with great fury all round the EoiUh and Irib coasts. Many wrecks are already re ported and feart'ui Joso!':it'e epecial y uiF Torquay and around the fceil.y islands The j-teamt-r Chin Alniue went ashore during the ninht on Black Head aud s a total wreck. L was loured all on board were lot. Tne hhip Sarah was wrecked on the Irish cost, near Bailey ggan, and fourteen ol her crew were drowned.