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or 1862 were announced: Committee of Finance.--Messrs. Grattan Burr, Hill, Glazebrook, and Haskins. Commissioners of Streets.--Jefferson Ward. Messrs. Haskins, Stokes, and Richardson. MadiMessrs. Haskins, Stokes, and Richardson. Madison Ward.--Messrs. Crutchfield, Wynne, and Scott. Monroe Ward.--Messrs. Denoon, Griffin, and Epps. First Market.--Messrs. Stokes, Talbott; and Burr. Second Market.--Messrs. Glazebrook, Denoon, Police--Messrs. Hill. Grattan, and Denoon. City Jail.--Messrs. Griffin, Talbots, and Haskins. Fire Department.--Messrs. Scott, Denoon, Haskins, Crutchfield, and Burr Disputed EleHaskins, Crutchfield, and Burr Disputed Elections.--Messrs. Wynne, Scott, Glazebrook, Epps, and Talbott. Poor House--Messrs Grattan, Glazebrook, Haskins, Scott, and Griffin. Water--Messrs Denoon. Griffin, Richardson, Stokes, Scott,Haskins, Scott, and Griffin. Water--Messrs Denoon. Griffin, Richardson, Stokes, Scott, Crutchfield, and President of Council. Light.--Messrs. Hill, Glazebrook, Epps, Wynne, Crutchfield, Talbott, and President of Council. The Council passed an ordinance abolishing the office