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City Hall. Present: Messrs. Saunders, (President,) Stokes, Scott, Burr, Denoon, Walker, Eppes, and Clopton. The proceedd the subject be referred to a special committee. On Mr. Scott's motion, the Committee on Arms was therefore discharged, and a new one, consisting of Messrs., Scott, Denoon, and Stokes, was appointed. A report was read from Wm. F. Taylor, ce poor, and asking an appropriation for said object. Mr. Scott moved that the report be referred to the Committee on theatever may have been due him as Auditor of the city. Mr. Scott offered the following: Resolved, That the sum of $2,tion was referred to a special committee, consisting of Messrs. Scott, Griffin, and Clopton. Mr. Epps moved that the ordinance offered by Mr. Scott some time since, relative to the increase of the salary of the keeper of the poor house be taken alaries should rest with any other than the Council. Mr. Scott, the author of the ordinance in question, then moved that
Presentments by the Grand Jury. --The following true bills for felony were found by the Grand Jury yesterday: Chas. Amey, Richard L. Bohannon, Francis P. Blair, Jr., Jas. Blake. Leno Eacho, Jno. A. Faris, Geo. W. Farrell, Margaret Folin, Robert S. Ford, M. Fitzgerald, Michael Harrington, Chas. J. Mitchell, Jno. Smith, Chas. Pedrick. John G. Scott, John Downey, Susan Smith, Carter Tadlock, Wm. Elliott, John Postower, Wm. J. Walker, George Weill, Richard F. Williams. Mary Taylor, sent to the Grand Jury on the charge of larceny, was discharged, the jury not finding sufficient evidence, to send her before the Court. The Grand Jury then adjourned to meet again on Monday next.