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0 in aid of volunteers, &c., on Wednesday evening made a majority report in favor of the passage of said ordinance, which was adopted unanimously in the first branch, and rejected in the second branch by a vote of yeas 2 nays 6--Messrs. George and Robb only voting for it. The Sun says: A crowd of some two or three hundred persons assembled in and about the City Hall yesterday afternoon, and there was for a time considerable excitement, but the police prevented any demonstration of violence Mr. Miller, but the police force was sufficient to protect him, and in a few minutes the excitement had subsided and the street was clear. While leaving the hall the members were groaned at by those of the crowd who remained. Messrs. George and Robb, who voted for the bill, were cheered as they left the hall. Inside the hall the announcement of the vote is thus described: Upon the announcement of the vote there was considerable noise and confusion in the lobby and passages of the b