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--In consequence of the accessibly of acting on the tax bill for 1862 during March, there was a called meeting of the Council held at four o'clock yesterday afternoon. Present Messrs. Sanders Glazebrook, Wynne, Hill, Grattan, Burr, Denoon, Crutchfield, Epps, and Haskins. Mr. Grattan, chairman of the Finance Committee, presented its annual report, accompanied by an ordinance imposing taxes for 1862. The committee state that it is necessary to increase the taxes on real estate and persokeeping of a hog or pig within the limits of the city, so as to allow any one so disposed, when said animals are not a nuisance, to raise one or more. The subject was referred to a select committee, consisting of Messrs. Griffin, Haskins, and Crutchfield. Col. Haskins offered the following resolution, which was adopted. Whereas, The entire success of gunboats and iron-clad steamers for all river and harbor defences, has very recently proved the fact that they are superior to any othe