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exists, and not allow it to be used on those premises again until such bill is paid.½ Interments in the Shockoe Hill Cemetery.--From a report of interments in Shockoe Hill Burying-ground for the quarter ending Oct. 31, 1862, it appears that there were buried during that time 291 white males; 82 white females; 11 still-born. Total 384. Of negroes, during the same time there were interred 102 males, 79 females, and 8 still born. Total 189. Increase of Salaries of City Officers.--Mr. Denoon, chairman of the committee appointed to raise the salaries of certain persons in the employ of the city, reported a resolution increasing the salaries of the following officers: Messenger of the Council, $1,000; Overseer of City Hands, $1,000; Clerk of the First Market, $1,400; Clerk of the Second Market, $1,300; 1st Day Police Officer, $1,200; ten others, $1,000 each; Captain of the Night Watch, $1,200; three Lieutenants, $1,000 each; Night Watch, each $2.50 per night; Engineer Cities Ste