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n if the stable objected to had just been commenced, the petition could not prevent its completion, as two thirds of the property-holders had not signed it. Mr. Jas. M. Taylor being simply an agent for the owners of a large portion of the property said to be endangered, had no right, under the charter, to sign such an instrument oe of the matter to a proper committee. Mr. Hill rejoined and referred to the record of the Council proceedings to prove the reverse of Mr. Nance's argument. Taylor, he believed, had consulted with the owners of the property, and the list embraced the names of more than four-fifths of the whole square. Instead of the buildinplaint should have been made before the erection of the building was commenced. He doubted much whether the owners of that portion of the property represented by Taylor would have signed the petition at all, and thought it a great advantage to their property for Mr. Boisseau to put up his building there. Some further discuss