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--The City Assessor the present year (1861) assessed 2,116 more tithables in this city than the Commissioners of the Revenue, (acting for the State). If the Assessor had have had the authority to have assessed the slaves given in by the agents at the several railroad depots in this city, the number of tithables would have amounted to 2,600, which number would have increased the revenue of the city by the sum of $8,000--a considerable item in these hard times.

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