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City Council. --The regular monthly meeting of this body was held at 5 o'clock yesterday. Present — Messrs, Grattan, Griffin, Denoon, Hill, Burr, Haskins, Glazebrook, Crutchfield, Stokes, Scott, and Epps. The ordinance to amend the ordinance to provide for weighing long forage and other articles, was reported, and on motion of Mr. Hill the rules being suspended, it passed. The ordinance to amend the 26th section of the ordinance concerning markets was also passed. By list of colored interments, near Shockoe Hill burying ground for the quarter ending July 31st, 1862, it appears that 125 males, 63 females, and I still-born child were burled. By a similar list of interments of white persons in the Shockoe Hill burying ground for the same period, it appears that 450 males, 112 females, and 6 still- born children were buried during that period. Totals 568. The Council adopted the suggestion of the Finance Committee to invest $33,700 of C. S. notes held by the city in