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ty yesterday or to-day. On motion of Mr. Griffle, the President was authorized to appoint a committee of three to prepare suitable resolutions for the action of the Council. The President thereupon appointed Messrs Hill, Glazebrook, and Scott, said committee. The committee, after returned and reported the following preamble and resolutions: Whereas, the Council have been informed that Gen. John H. Morgan will visit Richmond within a day or two, and believing that the city slied comfort during his sojourn among us. Resolved, That the committee be instructed to draw upon the Chamberino for such an amount as may be necessary to defray the expense. The preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted, and the President made the following appointments under the second resolution: For Jefferson Ward — Hill and Clopton. for Madison Ward — Scott and Crutchfield. For Monroe Ward — Glazebrook and Epps. The President was subsequently added to the commit
Sword for Governor Letcher. --At the meeting of the City Council held yesterday morning Mr. Scott offered a preamble and resolutions complimentary to the retiring Governor John Letcher, which were adopted. --The resolutions express thanks to him for his uniform and untiring devotion to the interests of the city during his occupancy of the Gubernatorial chair, especially exhibited since the commencement of the present struggle for our civil and political rights. On motion of Mr. Hill, it was also Resolved, That, as a further testimonial of our regard for him, a committee of three be appointed to purchase a sword and present it to him in the name of the city. The President appointed Messrs. Hill, stokes, and Walker to perform the duty.