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changing the time of holding in portions of the State which are now, hereafter may by the public enemy, was on Mr made the old of at 1 o'clock. The bill to money received by the State for extension on account of religions scruples, passed at the last section, which might be rendered null by Congressional legislation, was taken up and unanimously passed. The bill relating to the increase of salaries of Government officers was recommitted for amendment. On motion of Mr. Wynne, the bill for the relief of the Hergrant of the city of Richmond, and the Sergeant of the city of Petersburg was taken up, increasing the per diem compensation of said Sergeants for the maintenance of prisoners in their charge. Passed — ayes 78 nose 6. Mr. Murdengh offered a resolution, which was passed that the special Committee on Salt be instructed and required to report what legislation is necessary to secure for the future a supply of salt for loyal citizens new prevented from s
The City Council. --The regular monthly meeting of the City Council was held at 4 o'clock yesterday evening. Present; Messrs Saunders, Wynne, Denoon, Scott, Epps, Richardson, Heskins, Glaze brook, Stokes, Crutchfield, Griffla, Burr, and Grattan. The 4th section of the Ordinance concerning the grounds and buildings ownedcome payable to the city. Two hundred and forty six dollars were donated to furnish the office of the Clerk of the 2d market. A report was made from Thomas H. Wynne, Chairman of the Committee on the City Hospital, stating that the committee had succeeded in obtaining from Surgeon General Moore three wards of the C. S. host in front of any lot in the city, such trees to be removed from the nursery in the Cemetery by the applicants, under the keeper's supervision. On motion of Mr. Wynne, resolved that the Legislature of the State of Virginia be requested to so amend the laws relating to free negroes as to enable the authorities of this city to h