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of said slave resides in the house where such business is conducted; neither shall they sell anything on the streets, except such things as are raised by their owners or hirers; and no slave, free negro or mulatto shall sell newspapers in the streets or about the markets and railroad depots, under penalty of stripes, at the discretion of the Mayor. After striking out the words "in the streets," the amendment to the ordinance was adopted; said ordinance to go into effect on and after the 1st of November. So hereafter no negro will be permitted to sell papers at the depots or in the market places. Petitions were read from John Fry and Andrew Pizzini, asking for the remission of fines imposed upon them by the Mayor on account of violations of the market ordinance, which were referred to the Committee on Claims. Mr. Crutchfield offered a resolution permitting members to remain in their seats while addressing the Chair. After a humorous by play of words among the members, and