[FROM OUR REPORTER] The members of the Relief Committee, appointed for this town, held their weekly meeting on yesterday in the Committee-room. The business was confined to the selection of such persons as were considered legitimately entitled to the employment that it was anticipated would result from the sessions to be held on the succeeding day. The doors were continually besieged by hundreds of unemployed and starving labourers, whose circumstances and condition the gentlemen present patiently investigated; but, notwithstanding the scrutiny, the extreme poverty and destitution of each applicant constituted him a proper candidate for this species of relief.