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e allowed the City Collector. A resolution was adopted appointing a committee to make arrangements to receive and distribute the salt received from the State agent, and authorizing the President of the Council to draw upon the Auditor for funds to pay for the same. Richard Fox, City Ganger, was authorized to charge 25 cents per cask for gauging or marking spirituous liquors, wine, oil, molasses, vinegar, spirits of turpentine or burning fluid. Petitions were presented from James Webster, Peter Lawson, Jr., and I. Irvin, asking to be licensed as butchers in the 2d Market. A bill of J. H. Gary, of $40, for making a handrailing in the Hustings Court-room, certified by the Court, was ordered to be paid; also, the bill of Dr. P. W. Brown, of $61, for medical attendance on Sam Patch, a free negro, James Coyne, white, and others, wounded and arrested by the police. A communication was made to the Council by Thomas T. Giles, enclosing one from Henry Exall, notifying h