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ity, the suppression of mobs, &c. Mr. Richardson, from the Committee on Hospitals, made a report, showing a material decrease of disease. On motion of Mr. Denoon, a resolution was adopted appropriating the sum of $25,000 to pay for six new wheels for regulating the water upon the wheels of the pumps at the City Water Wor a plan for the better defence of the city against the public enemy, on the part of its citizens. The President appointed Messrs. Burr, Scott, Hill, Clopton, and Denoon. Messrs. John Dove, H. L. Thomas, and Jno. P. Little, were elected a Board of Health for the city. Messrs. Burr, Denoon, and Hill were appointed a CommiDenoon, and Hill were appointed a Committee on the Public Grounds. Lewis L. Barnes was appointed Principal Engineer of the Fire Brigade; John F. Rogers, let Commander; Thos Clemmitt, 2d; Wm A Charters, 3d, and Wm S Weed, 4th. A list of internments in Shockoe Hill Burying-ground for the quarter ending April 30th shows that 228 whites were buried there during t