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City Council. --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 personal property from $1 to $1.10 on every $100 value; "and this will be less burdensome upon real estate, as both the value and the rents thereof have been greatly increased" The report and ordinance were laid on the table, to await the action of the Legislature upon the bill authorizing the issue of small notes. [As the latter are the best and most reliable currency we have, no doubt the Council will see the advisability of accommodating the people in this matter, with or without