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Walker, Crutchfield, Denoon, Griffin, Clopton, Hill, Randolph, and Scott. The President, on taking the chair, stated the object which bre, and probably other property adjacent would be destroyed. Mr. Scott sustained the prayer of the petitioners, and hoped it would pass.s inadmissible — a house was not a house till it was finished. He (Scott) thought the ordinance defective, inasmuch as it only provided for es to suppress these grievous nuisances. Mr. Denoon followed Mr. Scott at some length, during which he advanced some forcible illustratibuilding there. Some further discussion took place between Messrs. Scott, Denoon, and Hill, for the petitioners, and Mr. Nance, the counput a stop to any further work on the building begun by him. Mr. Scott offered the following resolution: Resolved, That a committeng the building known as Primary School house No. 1. Granted. Mr. Scott presented a petition from Peachy R. Grattan, Esq., asking the rem