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the bakers yielded a profit of from three to four hundred dollars. It was well ascertained that they obtained their flour at from $250 to $325 per barrel, whereas seven hundredloaves of bread was the average yield per barrel. Mr. C. said these facts were established beyond a doubt, and he defied contradiction from those interested. The petition was referred to a special committee, consisting of Messrs Crutchfield, Griffin, and Stokes. A petition was presented by Mr. Glazebrook from Colin Bass, Superintendent of the Virginia Penitentiary, asking that the city furnish to that institution any surplus amount of salt they may have on hand, at the price formerly asked of the citizens.--Referred to the Committee on Salt. A resolution was offered by Mr. Hill, and returned to the Committee on Supplies, asking that said committee be authorized to make such provisions as will secure supplies for the citizens of Richmond at reduced prices. The mover of the resolution presented strong