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the year ending May 1st, 1862, fifty-nine times; the amount of property lost by fire, as far as could be ascertained, $169,430; insurance on same, $256,100; amount of property saved, $335,540. The expenses of the Department for the past year was $12,141. The report was referred to the Committee of the Fire Department. An application from Dr. P. Trent, and other physicians, for the use of Clay street Chapel as an hospital for soldiers, was rejected, after an exposition of the facts by Mr. Denoon, showing that the interests of the community would not be subserved by granting the prayer of the petitioners. Mr. Grattan submitted the following resolution: Resolved, That the issue of the notes of the city, of the denomination of 76 cents and 60 cents, heretofore directed to be issued, to suspended, except as to such of said notes as have been already signed, and prepared for issue. After an interchange of views as to the propriety of suspending the further issue of cor