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City Council. --A called meeting of the City Council was held at 4 o'clock, on yesterday evening, at the City Hall. Present: David J. Saunders, President; James M. Talbot, N. B. Hill, David J. Burr, Peachy R. Grattan, Fleming Griffin, Thomas C. Epps, James H. Scott, George K. Crutchfield, and Thomas H. Wynne. Mr. Scott presented an application, in the name of John H. Greanor, for the allowance of the ten per cent. (amounting to $38.08) in his tax bill of 1861 --said party having been absent from the city in the military service of the Confederate States at the time when it was paid. On his motion, it was refunded to the said Greanor. The President laid before the Council the following communications, as the basis of the call for the meeting of the Council, which were read: Headquarters Tredegar battalion, Richmond, 19th Feb. 1862. Joseph Maye, Esq., Mayor of Richmond: Sir: --In view of the danger that threatens our city, and with a desire to make my battalion