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uncil. --The regular monthly meeting of the City Council was held at 4 o'clock yesterday, at the City Hall. Present, Messrs. Saunders, Richardson, Glazebrook, Wynne, Scott Burr, Stokes, Denton, Grattan, Griffin, Epps, and Crutchfield. The petition of John Turpin, for remission of taxes, was granted on the recommendation oonly continue to be used for the purpose indicated "while the necessity for the same shall continue" The report was received. Afterwards the Mayor, on motion of Mr. Wynne, was allowed to make a long verbal addenda to the report, which our limits do not permit us to notice more at length. The Keeper of the Powder Magazine repod, at a price to be agreed on, the settees stored in the Mechanics' Hall to the Government, for the use of the patients at Chimborazo Hospital. On motion of Mr. Wynne it was resolved that the City Engineer be instructed to erect substantial wooden railings across 8th street, where it crosses the canal, under the direction of t