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ed. He submitted a statement of grain and other articles measured by him, and of all fees received and charges, from the 1st January to 1st April, 1861, inclusive, as follows: Wheat14,769 bushels. Oats50,349 bushels. Corn1,619 bushels. total60,737 bushels. Fees, $266.69. Mr. Denoon presented a report from the Watering Committee, which was read, laid on the table, and ordered to be printed: it states that the receipts from Water rents for the year ending March 1st, 1861, are$29,785.31 Disbursements80,556.78 Extension of mains$9,297.33 cost of making 194 supplies for private and other buildings2,726.85 cost of altering 38 supplies by new attachments522.70 amount paid on 24-inch main51,437.45 land for new Reservoir3,155.00 67,139.33 Incidental expenses$13,417.45 the committee recommend the building of a new Reservoir on a scale commensurate with the present as well as the prospective demands of the city, and for the purpose of carrying out su