|Owing to the recent rains the Shannon has flooded the adjoining lands, large quantities of hay and other farm produce being destroyed. The river Ure on Monday night rose to an alarming height, and two-thirds of the town of Boroughbridge (Yorkshire) was inundated. The inhabitants yesterday were imprisioned in their houses, and boats were emplyed carrying provisions, &c. A large extent of land in the neighbourhood of Sheffield is flooded. Farmers have suffered serious loss, and the lead mines in North Derbyshire are again flooded, many miners being thrown idle. Great damage was caused in Swaledale (Yorkshire), by the flood, and Gunnerside, Thwaite, Islet and Eskleth Bridges, were washed away.