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ve a double assurance of security to these of our citizens compelled to be at road during the night. The gaping months of many pieces of artillery stationed in the Park and in other quarters are looked upon by the rioters, who though disbanded, still prowl about in two's and three's, or singly with very marked respect. The City Council held a meeting Saturday night and resolved that if the Mayor ced their $2,500,000 exemption appropriation they would pass the bill over his veto. Archbishop Hughes made a speech at his residence on Saturday to a crowd of several hundred persons, in which he warned them not to engage in rioting, and abused England. The papers publish a list of 86 rioters who have been buried. The arrest of rioters has already commenced. The following is a special order from Gov. Seymour: Temporary Hdq'rs St Nicholas Hotel. New York City July 1863. Special Order, No. 17.--A sufficient force of the National Guard of the State having arrived in this ci