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in the City Hall, yesterday afternoon at five o'clock. Present: Messrs. Haskins, President pro tem., Walker, Crutchfield, Denoon, Griffin, Clopton, Hill, Randolph, and Scott. The President, on taking the chair, stated the object which brought thof fire. It was singular the city had never pursued more stringent measures to suppress these grievous nuisances. Mr. Denoon followed Mr. Scott at some length, during which he advanced some forcible illustrations to show why the Council should ir property for Mr. Boisseau to put up his building there. Some further discussion took place between Messrs. Scott, Denoon, and Hill, for the petitioners, and Mr. Nance, the counsel for Boisseau, after which the question was put and the prayer ity of Richmond, passed the 30th of March, 1852, concerning the creation of buildings in the squares of the city. Mr. Denoon moved a suspension of the rules, to allow him to offer a resolution making an appropriation of $550 for repairing the b