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nd that, should there even have been more genuine signatures to the petition than was claimed for it, they would not feel justified in recommending to the Council a change of their action. They therefore recommended the rejection of the petition, and, in order that every citizen should be apprised of the result of their deliberations, they suggested that the report should be published in all the city papers. The report was then adopted by the following vote: Ayes--Messrs. Clopton, Denoon, Stokes, Griffin, Richardson, Scott, Glazebrook, Hill and Randolph--9. Noes--Messrs. Crutchfield, Epps and Walker--3. Subsequent to the adoption of the report, Mr. Hill asked permission of the Council to reply to certain remarks which had been made by Mr. Walker, at the last regular meeting, in connection with the petition concerning Capt. Pleasants's removal from the watch. Reference was made in Mr. W's remarks on that occasion to an honorable member of the Council who partook of