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Council. --The first meeting of the newly-elected Council was held at 4 o'clock, yesterday evening, at the City Hall. Present: Messrs. Saunders, Grattan, Crutchfield, Glazebrook, Hill, Burr. Griffin, Talbott, Denoon, Scott, Greanor, Wynne, Epps, Stokes, and Haskins. Mr. Crutchfield presented a petition from the Professor of the Medical College of Virginia calling the attention of the Council to the propriety of grading and otherwise improving Marshall street, from 12th to College strundry police officers, of operations within the month, were presented and referred. The bonds of the City Chamberlain and City Auditor were presented and approved.--Peter W. Ralston was elected Chamberlain's Clerk, and T. B. Harrison and D. J. Saunders Auditor's Clerks, by the Council. Sundry accounts against the city were presented; some ordered to be certified and paid, others referred to the Committee on Claims. By Mr. Grattan: Resolved, That the Clerk of the Council be di