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sented him, (Mr. H,) the Mayor of the city, and Mr. J. J. Green, and he (Mr. Hill) had no doubt the member would make the correction in his paper. He would first ask the member to whom he alluded, and from whom he got his information, when he said: "An honorable member of the Council, he learned, was present, and perhaps partook of refreshments with the party, and did not then think the act a grave offence?" The member replied he alluded to Mr. Hill, and he got his information from Mr. Wm. J Brown. Mr. Hill stated he was on the Square till half-past 2 o'clock, but denied that he ever saw any card-playing on the Square, and of course could not have expressed any such opinion, and did not know anything about the card-playing until he heard it, in Court on the trial of Capt. Pleasants, and that Mr. Walker's informant was mistaken. Mr. Hill asked the member who had informed him that Mr. J. J. Green was living in Henrico, and he replied that it was Capt. Pleasants.
by the sinking of the steamer West Point. It was referred to a special committee, consisting of Messrs Walker, Scott and Griffin. Mr Scott presented a communication from the Chief Engineer of the Fire Department, setting forth the fact that Mr. Wm S Weed, one of the foremen, had been absent from the city on Government business for the last six or seven months, and asking that his place be supplied by the election of another person. By the unanimous vote of the Council, the office heretofor of the Fire Department, setting forth the fact that Mr. Wm S Weed, one of the foremen, had been absent from the city on Government business for the last six or seven months, and asking that his place be supplied by the election of another person. By the unanimous vote of the Council, the office heretofore held by Mr Weed was thereupon declared vacant, and Mr Wm T Trueman was elected to fill the place. After the transaction of some other unimportant business the Council then adjourned.
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