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City Council. --A called meeting of this body was to have been held at 4 o'clock yesterday, but when that hour arrived only four members appeared in their seats viz: Messrs. Saunders, Hill, Scott, and Denoon. We learned that all member of the committee to collect money to buy shoes, &c., for the soldiers, had on a visit to Messrs. Kent, Paine & Co.'s establishment, found out that the city had there for sale 250 soldiers' overcoats. Thereupon the President of the Council was applied to give them to the collecting committee as a donation from the city. This, he replied, he had no authority to do, but he would stop the sale of the articles until he could call the Council together and learn their wishes in regard to the matter. The meeting was called for yesterday evening, with the result above stated. Judging from what passed yesterday, we suppose the Council may signify its willingness to dispose of the coats at prime cost to the committee, retaining a sufficient number to sup