Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 24, 1861, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 24, 1861 Page 1
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THE NEW WHOLE NO. 8093. MORNING EDITION YORK HERALD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 18G1.-TKIPLE SHEET. PRICE TWO CENTS. THE WAR. TKMETHOPOffiAI DEMONSTRATION Our Concluding Beport of the Monster Meeting of Last Saturday. The United Northern Sentiment Speeches at Stands Three, Four and Five. Y he Excitement in Union Square During the Meeting. MEETING OF THE NEW YORK BAR. Tile Feeling Throughout the Country. THE LATEST NEWS, ho., Ac., la in ootser ence of the pressure of other news op mi our opace, acd >teo In consequence of the excitement prevail - fl( -in the city, we have been compelled to defer the ?conttoston of -ear report of the great monitor meeting in Union equate until to-day. In our issue of Sunday Iiat we g?*e eighteen columns of the report of the meeting, and cow publish the remaining teen, aa there hare been numerous and anxious Inquiries made by our read er* for them. The report as embraced in the two papers win be found to be the moat cmplete of any in the city. STAND NO. THREE. Tkc Ccrmam-lp??chM bjr Mewl. Ottam d or fee, Richard Warrea, Otto taektre dorr, tl'tMadoak, and Others. Staad No. S, located on (he northeast aide of t'nion square, was surrounded at the appointed hour bj thou sands of our fellow citizens, as It had been announced ?that from this stand the Germade would be addressed by ?^yrrasa speakers. A posse of policemen stationed <lsi keyt excellent order, allowing mm ?but | those with tickets to stand there. On the platform were several prominent German and American oittzens, of all party antecedents Among the number were observed two Roman Catholic intents, the Rev. T. M;.Vierney and another, as well a all the mare prominent German politicians and editors, ss Means Oswald Ottendorfor, publisher of the SUtU Zeitorg. He: mm Rastes, a German republican editor; "Frederick Knapp, Hug} Weseudank, Julius Brill, Graef fenbetger and others. Tho crowd around the stand was formed of respectable and orderly {arsons, the German Germ in element being deci dedly predominant. The meeting was called to order precitely at three o'clock by Mr. Richard Warren, who nomioatad Mr. William V. Havomeyer as Chairman of the meeting. Ibe following gentlemen sated ss Vice Presidents ? .'in i A Bteveas, Isaac Bell, Jr. James O. Bennett ? A wttthana, Dan. P. Ingraham, A. B. Connolly, B. M. BlaULford, W. V Vermllte, Paul Spofford, Hljah F. Turdy, J. L. Aspinwail, Smith air, Jr., saas! B. Buggies, Bi< hard LChell. O. Mtandorfer, -<?ssee Owm, Fted Lawrenoe, M. B. Blake, V. B. Chittenden, J. 0. Vaaaar, Praaci* S. Lathr >p, lltoa C fmith, J <J. Plersoo, Henry Plerain, Augvstua P.? chwab, John H. Swift, Isaac Delapialne, Wen Lve 1. AUan Cummings, Rlohard O'Gorman, Chat P. Ealy, tie). B DeKorrst, Peter M. Bryson. W. H Hays, W. C. Alexander, Charles W. Maoforti, Sassl D. Babcock, Augt. Welsman, Charles Aug Davis, A V. BUut, H.D. ALdrtch, Henry E Darius, Oro R Jsck?on, R. L Kennedy, Josiah Sutherland. Jno T. agnew, R Mortimer, Anth'nyL> Robinson, Francis liall Horatio Allen. James #. Whits, lit. a A t a melt, Rcrinan Bblte, M H. Grlnoell, Vm AJlea Butler, Geo. T. Hope, Geo. Ondjke, Hoyi, Ogilen Hagg?r'.j, G. C verplanck, ,lm\ B I evlln, .'obn Wadsworia, K. U 8tuart, James ft. Beekman. Joslah Oakea, Jaa. rt. Walswo.-th, P. X. Weitno.-e, Loric* Andrews, Simeon Draptr, Oee. B C or, P. 1* Talcott, J. Punnett. N Bd'sM Alfred Edwards, Robt. .1 Dillon, jteo A tl Orav, John .lay, Samuel Sloan. Cyrus C witles. Martin Bate*, Jno. 0. Greene, Ken i) A. md. tbe, W. H. Webb, J to McKeon, T av'd 1hompsrn, J. O. Brc ke, Royal Phelps. 7. V Pa le, Mr Havixkvkr, od taking the chair, male a few brief cwmaiks, observing that in th ? course of hL< life he never Jm<i ?<;pi?osed that be would be called upou to perform sins duty which ad present were called upon to perform tl is dar. Mr. EUvcmeycr then Introduced the Rev. Mr. I'RWros, who iesd a fhort prajcr. Mr. B Itthaus was calied upon to act as 8 tcretary of tbe CTiet-ticK, and a list of Vice Presidents were read and adopted. The resolutions were then road by Mr. Rinnan Wa* mhp, and were adopted by an unanimous vote [Hiring i hem proceedings the crowd In tlo tquaro, Iron*. 4ng the stand, hail augmented by ten* of th>u Aswi*. aid the greatest degree of enthusiasm pre vmlv* e-rerywher". The ez.;tt*mcnt lueroiso.l at the appearance of Maj>r Anderson on the platform, accompanied b.v lkrsrs. Simeon Drapsi and Police >iiper?ntei tfcat Kennedy. The gallant Major was Intro duced to the Germans Dy Mr. Drape. . The Orst speaker tnttodbo^d was Mr. Coddington, and while he was speak <t gOaptvi Foster and Dr. Jrawford. thi Surgeon of Fort ;S<tsiter, airlvad on the platform Tney were introduced ?*>y Mr. Wsrren. aid were receive ! with vociferous chiers. rneee gentlemen, a* alto Major Anderson previoualy,aoon eft tbe stand, and the gpesker w.ts permit to 1 to proceed with tte dtscouise. ariCFCll OP DAVID S, CODntKOTOV, Km t'mntif ? Tbe iron hail at Fort Curator rattle* < u ewry Net them breast. It has shot away the last ves *t?eof national and persona' forbearance, t/h* f of bread <m. ita way to a starvicg man was split in tw? by a shot fiom his hroihcr. You might saturate tho cotton States with alt the turpentine of North Carolina: yon mn;ht throw iip-iu them the vaat pine forests of Georgia, then ^<.r> ttie Gulf storms' sharpest lightning into the ciml>ui Sitete n?-s. and you wjuld not redden tbe Southern hori *?* with ?-o angry a g'ow as ilashed aloof ths Northern Wert wi?n the tfamea of Kurt Sumter reached It. Tu day, tx>?i;<ier>d An.cri' a, wi'h her torn flag and her broken aher'er t< <4s for yuu to i(uard tbe one, restore the other I'ow Eurepe star<s asd lib-?itv shudders, as from St?te tter h ate that Ug f?il< aud the dream breUta Here ?|ier uttiarn history Will be as barn as tbe pole from whe h tlm ?ur.d<f.Ht pannai<t sinks, and treaton parts with tb" last rag that cfi ;ealed its bideousneee This old gb"Mt of cisunion is at 'ut a verity. Kor years it has been sku>k tig resal o(D;ially al>out tbe Capitol. Thr >ugh tti* who^e range of enr ptrliamenta y bUtory every gt?ate""ktlon, frem a tariff te a TWrltory, ha? fel'. Its clammy tewh. D;d it rot drop tu death a head lnt? the tar ifl walea of '83, bvpxg to weigh the duties down ti a ajenclliat^in Wsvctf did it not shoot ita ghastly logic into ?besB rtn of '*?. fe'ebten ournonodeet sUtesminship Into ttnt crude calm i nHert the Missouri compromiser did M Lot sit grinning upon the deck of all our naval battles, howtng to set a torn at the wheel, that It might run tbe war of 1MJ npoo a rc?kf did It not stand ?p upon the floor or tbe first C*ptJS and Shake Its bony dngers in the calm face of Washington;' and dl! not our fath'rs, who stood uomn. ed the shock of George the Third s can nca, sliodder m ths pros-ncn of thU spectre, wt? -n they thought how the iufsnt rspubllc might be cast away %?n lis iTrsk and mllkless breast' Thoa II wa* a thin, skulk trs lis'rtiet fsced ghost A? 'sst,fed nnon the granaries of Nottb. tn and 9mithern raaiticism it tia? come to be a r>'ttnd, aetl fed, corpulent disast-r Houtbern paaalon wa? pi t wi thewarpilnt; B?nthern states Ttanship may stfi'n t to organize a pique into an empire, to ciayate a S&JP to' SSM2? ""0 ? bopel,^ orj^ C To i~?. :a,s7? ksrg ?Sr?^ ?triiction pennunDriy dlarnpt on.- natiotuilitif, r?:t or the ?tateman-b'p of the south' Had th.?v llowe l r^^ion^oTnV"* ,SUlt6 thay wt>uld h*ve b(*"> 'a pivscuioa of the national government a'. this moment Al hough the repeal of the MImouM Oompro misT^ke vel the most w? d',''P ?leer up"n the Bbtveqjeetion, MntlM^ tw U" *y <* P""?e??ce would hive . ta Passion or the government Tor an mh h?ntth " IS iT Mex,?" woul'1 have b*?n possible, bout the awful leap which copies her morals without the possibility or posat Being her territories. South tlaro Una once lived upon a potato to rout a ktujr and she m cro?n0,?K?b?fk 10 l&%t immor(*l vegetable' in order to n^iTn ?, ? 7' V republicanism mewis the whola Jf'i"1;,0 u m<,4na nothing. Together, the pa-U temper each other; asunder, the srlstocracv of the Blare oow?r Wutlltr a myth, and the free radical North leas d^ocr,ttlc- If Abraham Lincoln has inaugurated a 'J Waan'ngton is to be no longer Too nn* lb* success ul contender for a combined and self?" tating rationality; IT Wsbop Berkeley 's star of earn? has crumbled away into bell'gerent aHterlivtg and we are ,0 rail, like C,-,ar, at the b?? of thSfh?Sk hJ?So*J pillar, we snail at least go into this hjlr bit tie for the ^ no **w broken <M no national duty un fulUlleU. We have not stolen a single ahlp or a oounil ?r powder, or a dollar of coin to mi)h the soc-ed trasanVlth which patriotism pursues robbery and rebellion. ^Ul the ?/. l?e toutfa could have been remedied withta the coostitutior ? *11 their wrongs righted by the victory or future vote, .-hall 1 tell vou whit .ecemlon meuu7 l[ mtanii ambition in tho Southern leaders and misappre hew ton in the Southern people, ita policy la to imperial iti?7 ' *? 10 ^grade and destroy the only free republic in the world. It is a fog of the brain and a ro??n? lhekkMt? the halter, it walks in a volcano which mnst explode whenever the tempestuous hu -n H?rthvrn [V"ion Bh*11 "nder slavery impossi ble. Ihe day that Southern statesmanship turned d irate Southern slavery lost Its last hold on Northern forbear' ance. God forbid that servile war should ever be ?nw consciences; but what power could retrain the freniied SIiHn ^?> hi^tl^JOu^jr P?*01"^ multitudes, when the taste cf blood has brutalized their march? We hare ,ocni? here to talk about any man's party f . ??l come 10 the falling . , hut to save the beautirul and wide spreading tree upon which all our blessings grow. Party and pnrtyiams sro aead; only gMm, XI powder i alive now. Who talks or Tammany or Mozart Hall" Who baonu the coal hole or the wool pile, woen our soul's JW is on flrs for flag and country? Did not Washington ^ yrars, break ice on the Delaware break bonea SeDd ten thousand r JU^ i ? * where no blood ever comes, and p&g? ^m^lo^o^c^to archways or flowers-for wfcat? tbm States should defy their best guardian, which is the Hero'ln^hisrit'*t?r' *"? republicanism impossible' Z\? W 'l? 12* lor* ?nd Pride, this cradle or the civil ltfo of Washington , where despotism sheathed its last sword and conatttatfon it liberty swore its first oath where steam first boiled iu way to a throne, and artaml commerce and finance, and all the social amenities mar ahalled their forces to the sweet strain of the first inau gural? here, where government began and capital cen Mchor of American loyalty Nothing so disappoints secession as the provoke* fld^ity of Ne^ \ ork to the constitution. From the vaults of V^all street Jefferson DitIi expected to piy his irmv and riAL in all the atreets anain all towns and cities of ' the North to make their march a triumphant one. Fifty thousand men to day tread on his fallacy . Gold is healthy, gold Is loyal, gold is determined ; it flows o*?y, be ?nse ihe war ^,?ot 1 i?bjug*te or injure any one' but to briS tTk wlthm tho protecting folds of tbe cowtltatiun anerrins and rebellious brother; a brother whom we havs trusted MdtoMtcd, fo"8btwith side by side on the battle Held, voted for at the ballot bo*, showered honor arter honor im^the'Vl^lirhi. he*ft' *h'ls lhi^ brothor was poiaon- I ing tho milk In his mother s breast, striking a parricidal jfe* 11 "*>,P?ternal government which Las protected and prospered us all as no people were ever so nronoored and protected. Heretoforu, in our deferences, we htve shouldered ballots Instead of bayonets With a quiet hit h;ndr.we ufely through a ^?Pi^ d battles about UrilT, bank, auti l'quor, anti-rent, and all those social and political questions about witioh a free people may amicably differ If sUvory cm^tbe appeased with the old life of tbe ballot. depeu<i upon It wt ?ily Pk'T? uow wounds in it* history. We have heretolore kept all our l?*i moulded into type -w* m,?bt *??*r the b?*?.unt 1 1 passion and prwipitotios have i^1 ly9m ??*???* rn.adi.r TiaiUr. KonQtb Myi that btyoMU thibk, and our-, have resolved in solemn oonvention u> thiuk Josply ac 'Jf4. Tlc,ortou^r D? you wonder to day to ses that flag flying over all our r#awak*d natt<*al life ?? eweopotised bv mast head, Ht>pu or liberty pole, bat streaming forth a camp signal fr^in every pri vate hearthstone, breaking out la 1 ,vc a'.mp'es a'! 'own our garments, running like wild vine flowers over who! acres of osmpsot anxious citisens *hr hae tu.t u-.a* beratehaator h?nis into he oic little ,U* stans, which, with no loss of modest* , unve|f? to tb world her deep love of ctmrtry ? jv> von g?e th*t mfan ?how off Its plat things, tottering under rosettes au swathed In the national i mblem iy fo.ei?xli(ig pir. i.ts who would protect its grow h with this holy U'tsmm o ssfety f Do you see, too, tlirse grjv? old elVx-ns. shirp ened by gainseeking, an.l sob. r?i with i?w e*poun !tng Invade their plain exterior peacock h u*. which pro claim such tenacity to a flag tbat hui fannel, like an angels wing, every form of our prospe-ity and orlde* It seems liard for philosophy to divine how any section of the country, so comprubouslvjly prosperous, com 1 al low amean jealotisy or another portion, a little more wealthy and pooulous, to so hurry it on Into rebellion not s gainst og, but a common government and a common glory, to which both arc subject and both sh>uid love bclo"?,to ^''b* States, and should not all tbe States be a help and a guide to each State Louisiana's sugar drops into Ohio's teacup, and should not every palace built on Fifth avecue nol Iti head amicably to whatever cotton receipts its bills? Ovnrpride or local! tv has been tbe scourge of our nationality. Woen our thirty one ?" ? broke on the north star, did not Tex is as well si i Pt t .oyivanla, light up the bleak Arctic akyf When the old flag first rose ov#r the untouched gold of Call forma, did not Georgia and New Vork join hands In un veiling the tempting oret Virginia has seoe led and car ried my political fathers with lt-Waahington and Jeffer son. Ibe State has allowed their tombs to crumble m well as their principles. Outlaw their sod ! Who will dare to ask mc for my passpurt at the grave of Washing. PPFKCH OF MX. gNAPP. loud cal's for Mr. Kait wore made, who was enthusi astically received. Being introduced by the President, be cr?ke as follows:? If I understand you rightly, Mr Presiden'., your object In inviting German speakers to this large n'eetiag ts to prove by their sddrt.-ses that in respect to tho present crisis there Is no difference of opinion in any ol?ss of our Emulation, thnt s unanimity of feeling prevails In the earts of nil citlzons, adopted as well ss native, and that the same just and patriotic Indignation swells the breast or every lover or his country sgalnit tbe unscrupulous traitors who are trying to set up a government of their own by p^urv, theft and plunder. It has often been said, and [ am sorry to i on/res not without some shide of truth, thst wherever there are two Germans together there are three different opinions smong them. I am, however, hippy to tell you that it is not so in the race of the danger which now threatens to break up the national givernmen). I see smund me old Herman democrats and republica-is? men belonging to cveiy variety of parties, at home and In this oountry. But the past diflerem-es are forgotten . and ss long as tbe prrrent crisis will Ust, I am sure ail will stisnimously cooperate for lite samo end, namely ? for the preservation of this ureal republic, which is as ?>ar to the <>trmans as to any other men. Although I i am not authorized to apeak 'or others, I feel confident 1 thst I do but express the sentiments of every Osrmao In this country wben I say that we are all unanimously for ' the adoption of tho most euergetic mean- against the fiendish attempts of our c?mm?n foe. Fellow ctt zens let us not lecoive ourselves, the present struggle re rjolres prompt action and i-jwerful means to over come it. The atrotger we prepare ourselves, the 1 better wo shall be sbTe to defoat the purposes of the i enemies or this Cnion, and who are at ths *tme time i the enemle* to the cause or universal civilisation ! and liberty. Tbe internecine war now raging here is cot only a private affair or America ; It is a question of the highest importance to the whole civilised world, whtch expects that m s will crush anarchy In its isoep' ticn We have to prove that civil liberty, with all Its blessing*, is not only sn experiment ? not a mere passing state or political being, which lasts only so long as It is ! not stsalled either by a military or tho rUveh^lder's dee potiem, bnt thst It Is s power isir sustaining snd Inter, woven with our natures and with our wholo national ex istence. l iberty Is precarious, aud we * mid not be worthy or It unlexs we hsve sense an I spirit enough to de'end it. Let us prove ourselves a "equate to tho etpec tattona cf the friends of liberty In ths old world as wet] well ss In ths new wh?ss eyes ar? tlx*! upon us, t he two powers which have grown up aids by side In ths I'n ited dtatrs l>om the beginning, s?If government sad slavery, stand now face to face against each other. It is now for ths first time in tbe history of the world, that s'sveiy, in Ita worst devel>pments, makes a revolution a(ali?t the morals snd ethics of soei <ty , that It trl? to found a State on sll that Is mean, contemptible and un sound In bumsa nsture But snch a State cannot and *111 not last . If Justice and liberty do not form Its b tsls It is doomed from ths flrst day of Its exlstenre. But' It will not disappear of itself; it mnst be swept sway by us, and; ss peaceful mean- will not do, we must use Iron means, and ws must tend to thue ? inner* against human nature oar arguments with twelve pound ers and mortars. As ay syes are glancing over this ma jestic assembly, majestic ss well by Its numbers as by lt? enthusiasm, I peroetvs st onee that every one of yon, fellow citlssos, understands his duty, and that every one of you will be ready for your country s call This call will be war? snd nothing but war?until our arms shall have won a glorious triumph and our flag shall float again victorious from ths Potomac to ths Rio Grande. st KioH or MB. OTTO lACKunoitr. Mr. Orro Sac***!*)*? next addressed the meeting, and mads the following remarks ? I r I Mit prepared a speech I would not be able to rs cite it In the presence of such a jubilation, ths booming of the canrons and tbe shouts, which have greeted the heio of Fort Sumter. But I will recite to vou the verses of onrnatlotal poet. Theodor Koerner, who said that * hen tbe people rises there will be no coward found to iit idle, and who filled the man a conU'mptlbitj ener vsted (allow who would not be in the rwk' of tha de fen era of bib country when that country ."ailed htm. You do tot look like cowards. (Oriea of ".Vo, no ") i Yen look like brave fellow*. (Oheers > V'lrnt are pl?'f?irot', what we ixutuw , h?re is a hiyuer soi^iaeut prevailing, and no political clique bhall divide ma. Wo are cow gatberad here in pu?pose of discussing a napas au-t of ibe government. We know what we are atxwt, Ui- re cau be no doubt about it. We s?-? ih?- oblect wb* we fee tbe heroes of Fort Sumter, wh-c we hear the i Sound of tbe guns ' Who ta blind or deaf enough not to He that we have to shoulder tho musket uo l to go Into the 1 boiy w?rf>rouracopte?loouutry. Not the union of partios, but the union of atrtxigth is It, what we want. We hare not le: t our country In which we have bwu persecuted, and from which we areextlol, lu order that we might have tbe fame Mian repeated here. It was not for nothing that we have left there, the recollec ton# of our younger yeare, the playmate* aud our fellow warrior* ia the light for freedom. We have got lu this country, that freedom for which we have fought in vain, on the other aide of the Ailuiitc U.'?uu, and we will show that we are worthy of tha'. now fatlter land by defending iU rights agalust tho ti.-udnh aggres sions of ruthless rebels, who threateu the t-xisluuc* of thi.-i republic. Democrats and republicans, remember the danger in which the country Is, snd t ike tho market to avert th*t danger for now and forever Mr. H. was tno?t heartily cheered when he left the stand ) MB. HUUO WEBKNDONg, Who made acme remarks In Knglish, observed, thit the Germans were disposed to show their Uiankfulneos to this country. It was in the German character to be thankful. Some of those present had come hero sari gained position*, and those who had not, bad gained tho priv liege to b j free men and independent citizens. For this they ought to be thankful. There was a particular rea son tor them to be patriots, anil this was because they were naturally republicans ? not tepublicaus In the political meaning In this country, but In tho real sense of the term The political parties were bow entirely out of question, and one party had probably made as many nU takes as the other. We were republloats now, and as such sll present ought to Hand by our country. The despot* of Europe were anxiously and hopefull; watching tbe movements in this country. 80 far, we liaa Insisted upon tbe republican form of govornotent as the only one which is right, and calculated to make a people happy. I?t all those present stand by our flag. There were other reasons why It should be done; it was this. The war agaiLBt the North was a war against human liberty. The questlcn was now, whetlior they (the Germans) would stand by the side of liberty or by the side of oppression. The government of tho I'nion had long been very lenient and discreet, but it bad exhausted its patience. Patience had ceased to be a virtue. There was no question now whether war or no war; war bad been wantonly and de liberately forced upon us, snd they (the Germans), wore ready tor war. Mr. 'Weeandonk created considerable on tbutlasm among the thousands of Germans present. After he had finished his speech in Kngllsh, he cod tinued in Germuu, and remarked: ? It has often boeu atked why we make war against the South? War cannot lwt for ever, and the South can be extormiuated but not subjugated. But this Ib not the question; wo hive to punbh rebellion, and the victory will boon the side of the North. To be sure the Nerth was very slow; tho South had bad six montlis for preparation; they have taken a ftras position; have armed them ?elves Wi'h all implements of modern warfare and have lb* advantage of tune. Mr.< oln has been blamed, b?oause he was too indulgent; but there was something which he had to take into conside ration, namely, public opinion. WhjY We have now the Noith as a unit, and we can quietly look on and bo sure of success, if we light for our rigbU -.vlth that tenacity of put pose which always has characterized tbe Oraans. We have the advantage or money and numbers, anu m will have the same enthusiasm to tbe end which we bsve tc day. Patriotism is not shown on one single ? day only; we must have perseverance, evsn if we should be defeated In tbe beginning; we must finally vanquish, because we are tbe defenders of liberty, humani'v ant right. There is no dmbt but that we shall carry ibis war to the last extremity , because we Wkct to gno'tke rights to tbe South which are dse to them . but we want some rights for ourselves, too. Ws have no opposition to it ir tbe South introduces restraints with 11 its own borders; but they shall not dare to intrude upon onr rights; if tbejr da so we w.U whip them They kball not bieakdownour palladium, l.ibeity and the South will slwavs be In an Irrepressible conflict, although no fault of tbotr own. Ibere is a dlscrei>aucy in tbn two words. Tbe South have mvle ail their inatitving I 1 themselves, hat the climate has made thorn to sort vs 1 lent. There are good an In the South; and aUh?? \ I ] do sot want to rapronch the South, I declare that !!*b | I and Southern institutions always will be in an irr>nn 1 t stble conflict. This war is -?o great mlafor I country, because at the ami of It, the air will be *1 u and we shall have a consul b-dy, instead 1? one subject to the symptoms revers or. We shall have It by sacrifice of money, work and life, and the Cnlon win ex I it now as over; and the North will be victorious. It has often bceo assarted that the alsttghty dollar was the only thing Amen oars cart d about; but it Is evident the*, there I* sotnetb'rg higher in existence, and it wanted only the emergency to piove it. Who had seen the gtllaut Seventh regiment march 'ng yesterday, when called by their country, along ?roadway, who does not inderstacd that the love of liberty is predominant over every other thug and can never b3 extlnguistied. Taere was no aristocracy about America or the ?teveeiith regiment The merchant, th- laborer, all cltstss went to work for tbe same great cause, tine idea elevated them, one wish and one action? that is the re establishment ot the I'nion, and, as tb. v do, let us not look back upon the partv ; let us race futuro danger and future victory. If you "do this, my fellow citizens, then the future will be ours. grBSt'B OF MR. 0USTAVD9 8THCVB. Gcirivcs Braws, Esq ,it gentleman whose white and Intelligent looking head Is adorned by very flory eye*, and w bo has boen general in the war of 184S, against tbe government of lladen, crcated an unbounded enthusi artn by his appearance on the stand. Mr. Strove was airo the president of the Garibaldi Committee, w alcli sent Mr Kev< ntloro to Garibaldi to bring him money and as sittsnee He said ? When we took the sword in our hands tblrlren years ago we did It on purpose of founding a re public, the ideal of whiJb was America We have ar riveted here, but the storms which bave ctst us upon this ihore have not ceued yet^nd again we have to light for our iilesl, which has been attacked by the enemy of freedom and civilization, by the slaveholding tyrant, the lickspittle of European despots, who th. tilts lie cat teir 4c wa this sacred flag. But we will cwy this lag high In our bands, where thoe*' rebels neve* can reaeti it. We shall hold It more sacred, bigher aDd biji* united than In Germany. In Germany dUinlon war ous enrse ; but in this country we sre united wr.b all peeple, whehavo found an asylum in their jporio<is country, and before all with tbe sens of toe patriotic founders of the greet republic which has adopted us. The same spirit w hich lived in us In 1*4* Is living still in us It lives In me snd yon. la eTery ens of us. Ttie ques tion la tow between secession snJ In ton. net ween liberty snd slavery. Wherever we stand, If n m on the aide of I'nion snd liberty, and we mean ?o dafend it W day as wedid In the battle iltHsof 18M. Brethren, Norih, lag can belp to-day but the aword, and you are going to take that sword, to live or die f reemt b , as we htre be* a all during our life. . _... .. . . Mr. Btrve seem?<l highly impre?s?d wi'h ths obiect of his speech, and was repestedly interruptwi by tho < nth i sia?tic cheers of the crowd which g<va tfcree other cheers for the gentUman when be left. Let o< aci. n jt speak. The freedom, which is our palladium, sh. l be defended by the brave sons of Germany. KPKECtl OP MR. HICHAKD WARHli^. Mr Rir it **? Wassioi delivered an address iu the Big llsb language. He was a Minute Man. sa d Mr. Warr>-o, and having been calleJ to say a rew words to lh- ':?r mans, he would givo them his welcome and fellowship He ssked them to stand by this oountry, this new oun try of theirs. The cowardly aits per pel rated on Fort Buroter made the heart of eve.-r AmerVsn, c-rmuted with German Btretigth, sbcwil shame! would be said by svsry <*rm? m he Old World, when the ness would get to th- m. Ta dty what sight was this!' The Almighty God looked down nron us The spirit of Washington seemed to aoluute that statue yonder, as If to say to ut ?? M faithful to our country. If he (tbe speaker) hat ten tons, they all should go and defend the ooualry. German citizens? no mors Germans, but America? cm sens? urged tbe speaker, stand to your bo?e that you have adopted There were more men there to da> tnaa this Ponth Carolina had. (Applause.) Onne <M. ooms on, Jefferson Davis; ir you w?>uld. yon would be hner Tremble, trait*, aa traltora have to tremble wh?n tbe freemen of the country 'peak Mr. Warren w" oJ u^ with a eulogy on *ei<.r Anderson snd his b w men, and he was enthusiastically cheered by the Germans srtscn OF MR. I0NAT7. gOCIt. Mr. Iohatz Ko? n sail? It was the duty to go into the fight against tbe Sonth. When the Germans left their 1 country bleeding snd cov d with wounds received in the struggle for liberty, w.ien thousands of the brave fallows were killed, they swore thst liberty would be tbe war cry of the future time. When the came over to this oountry the Americans did not understand there, and thought It was all the same '"belher a man was a German or a Dutchman . IU wverend gentlemen said In Mr Ktch s presence, that Hamburg w?* tbe capital of Dntehlandl They were nndei-wtood. now by the Americans, and It was conceded that the Germans know something else beside Isgler that they knew nothing better than freedom, in <.er many tbera were good prospects for a republic, and no body had destroyed them but the Germans llwaielHt ThM shall not be done with the seoond fatherland. The Germnns had eleoted the ptfeent President, Mr. Lincoln, m maa of liberal Ideas, energy and sincerity of purpose, while Mr. Buchanan ? (cries of " No politics. Tb* ora tcr flnJshed bis remarks by Mklng jorj rtmi" the I'nion by which, be probably meant, "cheers, as the Union is not so tired yet as to want three ohalrs. BrggCB or MB. WICHBL. Mr F. Wxam, one of our ?J?rs?an fellow citizens, wss then introduoed, making remarks la English. He said that our nag wss In dsnger, and we had to counsel how It was to be sustained. Tbe object of this meeting was ty eav whether they would repel the attack m?de upon It bv fntce. We were no more democraU, nor republl cans- we were now Americans. 1M us show, said tbe speaker, that we ere aid enough to ?us laln the of imaxi-iai man ? the forefathers of our oeuatr/ Mr Wimim lb, n pro:??dcd to add roba the amoibiy in Orniar, tntu. oe toe fo lowing remarks ? He rpoko pretty Incoherent:; , It?- said that liberty was not wen 11 it wu Dot fought fur. The German soil where liberty wis to be e*tai?. .?hed vu drenched with blood , anil on eve? y step th>-re w a? the grave of a free tnaa There eyes, wh'.rh are closed now, have their itkwbtss tn our b'e*?t j fh'tse moo have left nn mliort taice.aodai-k us, '-WU1 yo? give uj> that inheritance " lloly l?apirai>oj> ! aa seised uj You, youog toiiows, go; cake hold o( the (la* nod say, wo defend the country of rieedcn. Mr W ; ikel was formerly a Br eckinridge dorno crat. Sl'EICH OK Mil. CHITTSNDtif. ' Mr. C*rm.M>:.'i, ao American lawyor, and an old ntu 'cUntfrom He.delbe-g, said, la Gorman, that today he irsf pioud to be a: Amer'ran c't'usn and to lee ao many of his (ierxr-iu fellov cttiBetifi arouud him. They were oitisena (1 (he world snd fought for clvii.xation and hu manity. Thtie w< no question of politics, but of the com jrp couuiry. Libert) u not only a phrase but a reality, iod in the future the ep-'alcer on tho Fourth of .luly will ok an souieibiiift giave la future liberty * .U data from ? mo events, 'rom 1843 ami lbttl This war i? m?re im i.ntai-t th't tbat of '70, liecau&e to day we light against .io fo> i-l? n enemy , tut a common foe. We are ail Amo ? 'cans, and we shall cot mlow that freedom shall be itus led in America In the tamo moment whan It geu Ita otrth in Italy. erCECll OP MB. I SWI9 HAY.

Mr Ij.wts May spoke about the insult that Utul been "Cored to our flag by tho rebels, an I why did they do It? To ootrcc us Into their terms. Hut you arc aroused, rhe city of Washing tun is in Jangpr, an 1 behold, wha'. Is there. It is the ?cat of the government. Tho I'resl lent is there. The speaker then alluded to the Tganization of a regiment of Bharpjh >oter?, un i?r Col Blencker, who lead the Bavarians in tho war of indepeadance in Greece. Also that the Sixth llegimcnt, bein^ cotnpored of Germans moatly, would (jrtceed to Washington today, and the speaker would tell his friends in Baltimore to " look out " They would get through ( tpplause.) But It was high time to act. A good many there present were !' high time" men Those who were not, let them open their pursei. rbis coantry wiis deuer ro thom; tho Germans even, iban their own fath?rlau 1; for, why did they come herr? It was on account of freedom tbat they did come to thia country S; EEC II Or IK. BKODORA83. Dr. P*otM;RAt.? made some remarks, to the effect that although all his kludred were domiciled la the Southern states, under these circumstances, there was no discrimi nation. The Hag and the constitutional rights of the country n u?t be upheld againat tLa aggressions of tho south. (Cheers ) SPETCtT or MR. Itl'LL. The next speaker wan Mr. Sami-kl Him i , who alluded to the fact that jeatcrday (Friday) being the anniversary of i ho battle cf Lexington, when the lirst blood was f-pillcd in the Revolution, on that day the first blood was r pilled in this war. Yesterday those noble grandsons of iboK' who were engaged in the former struggle, were the first who spilled their blood in thin war. Massachusetts was In the field and New York followed suit. Through out the Revolution New York and Massaohusetts fought ? ide by side, an 1 they would do the same in this war. This was a fearful crisis. Our enemy pre tended to be fearful lighters, having had six months preparation, but our men would meet them. The speaker made allusion to toe events at lialtimore, and tbe report that tho gallant Seventh regiment had forced their way through the mob. (Cheers.) The news waa not precise as yet, but he vould say that if the Tlaiti moreeno had spilt one drop of Wood of that gallant New York refluent, tbe resentment to follow would be terrible. (Tremendous applause.) I am just In formed, raid the speaker, that the rebels attacked them with brickbats, that the noble regiment forced their way through , aud that three hundred of the insur gents were lying weltering in their gore. This In forma ties, although a mire report . caused immediately an im mense excitement SPEECH OF MR. FRAKKEKHKIMER. Ilr. FstftKkMWMKR made some few remark* in the same vein, As he concluaed a dilapidated Iri-timan in short di> j-'i. unthaved and unwashed aa bo was, sud . d< nly on the platform , to tbe aatoulnlshment l<>f all cmf^f J. lhe policemen in charge. He presented K i!"* * fi rvstrum, und was proceeding to addr |i'i?ion. \e poli'-e by this time, having reoovtred ratMvife ) doc oUr Hibernian herowas permitted U> ?>< <kean add rers. I le proceeded not In a very classical styi#. I fay that Irishmen, he argued, were always, aro alwa) s and will always l>e the best fighting men. (Roars of (slighter ?nd 01 ies of "Order. ") Id this war he oon tlnued in his liudatloo of all Irishmen, and had soon fi iihod. Ibe Blfeeram left the restrain very much ;ratliitd at having had an opportunity to ventilate his VltWS In conclusion, a few remarks were male by Mr. Caskv, after which the meeting b.oke up. fll'KTCIl or MR. O. O. HEKNDOKKER. The following addrees w?a delivered before the uieetiug j by Mr. (frtyrAi v Oi-iexdokhcr, editor of the New York j Stoat* Mtihtng:? In his inturductory remarks he alluded to tho occasion i which had given rise to such an unparallelec and truly Miblime display of enthusiasm and patriotic feeliog. Ho iraintalncd that we were here to save the groundwork of ; cur inttltutlens, in the acknowledgment of our lawful au ilioi ilies, in the regard for tbe result of aa election agree- ! able to a constitution so universally admitted to ' he the pillars of our po itical existence, tbe bulwark of , ? >ir liberties anioor prosperity. Take away these pil lsrs, or sufler their disintegration, and the whole proud ' fructuro will tumble into atoms hook around, or peruso j the j ngi s of tho history of the country, and tell us what J is the ne ret or our progress and sucaesht Political parties j I ate contributed to the advancement of the country by i: of the application of such principles, which In their i opinion could l>o made instrumental to the furtherance , < f i ur general wel'are. Rut this display of the aotly/.y anil powers of parties could never have been successful without fesity to tbe cardinal principle, that every lawful elect los carries with it the duty of abeyance in it It.- result, and that only from a strict adherence to this obligation and usage a party >-an maintain its asceudancy ai d command the confidence of tbe people. Unconditional obedience t? heif ci eated laws, and implicit respect for the decision of the popular will war" the fruitful sour ce oipirty power sud prestige oot alone, l>y the reasons which have led the whole civilized worid at once to admire our sys ??m. i nd to fear or cheer our progress. Tbe proof of the capability of man for self government ? ss made apparent : 'rum our example? was gaining ground among the levers ! if liberty of ail natiots, and presented an over J active si imtihis to our own people to <;onirtaute to its i loarrertlon and confirmation. At this very hour we a'e here assembled for the very same o)je> t As to the ways ? nd ir.e ai s through which that end is to be rcached. con trary opinions bare not failed t > b>- maintained, and in par ticular as to the recognition of tbQ resu'to' our late I residential election. .Such has ben the <a^e, and has been a fruitful saurcc of evils of various dcscripttcns. The refusal of such iec<>gtdtion la some parts of the couttry. tbe obstinate resistance to the cos titutional 1/ created authority, the stubborn leotal of established and fundamental truths, the rejection of every conciliatory proposition ;ind many other shiprs of op nlcn found thf Ir aiherenu, and with ?o,no it wik difU cuit to resson at a I, or to persuade them that tbe appli cation of power or the retort to revolution was not always tbe saieet wsy to adjust dUIicultiosor to retnevs w rones. It Is not hug since that every sha|>e and larietyof ? pinions have found their aMifrenn amec* Mr people. 1- very body understood perfectly well, that tbe maintain mice of our lawful authorities was imperative and indis |crrahle; very few, however, agreed a* to tbe m inner in which that end was to be achieved, sod h >w in par ticular tbe pending revolution whi h bad given Use ti a renewal of sll those diversities of opinions, was to be treated; but ori coo point all i greed, namely, that okafienee to tbe cm tttutiooai dow era waa to be exacted a' all events, either by meena of pereuaaioo or by force. 1 'or meeting liere is prio. to the fact, that patriot i?m and lovalty. htve c0?<|uertd prejudice htd ale na'ljn, and tbstall are united m one common pnrpcee, the msmu ranieof tbeautbirity of our government , the protection of our t. ig and property , and the correction of palpable errors, that have been th* c<ns<n ience of tb< machioations oi men disloyal ar.d lai m:?al alike to the l'n<on an J to tbeir best interests an I welfare. Tbe events of the last few da>s have all ot us convinced of the futility of the sppl'ca.ionor finy f irther c<?siliatory meeeuiei, and that the people of the I nited Matea see nothing left them 'uejood nn appeal <o tbe ultima ratio, force; and in order to iphold the very existence of the na'ion, and to lietpet'iate the bleeeings of that Union under which we alalike, ourselves and the revolutionists, have prospered In so unprecedented a degree But if force 1* one to be applied let us do It vigorously and without faltering and betitalioa. As it le, we a?e another alternative beforo us to secure to onr posterity the blessings of the i 'nlon, than by asserting Its indissolubility w.h arms in band. The speaker, who was vociferously cheered, again and again excused himself from continuing his remarks any further on acsount of tndispoeitlon , and withdrew amidst hesrty plaudits. STAND NO. FOUR. IpetehM of ?>??. Mr. IplMlo, Mr. Wan. Cutli Moysi, Mr. David Dodley Field, Mr. Cesamarlbrd, Jodgo pierrapeat, Mr. TkM. PleM, Mr. M?trh?ao, Mr. rr??k enhetmer, Mr. Lombart, Mr. Pallor, Hew. Dr. Vermllyoa old Othero? Major Aodenon MO tlao Ptottara sad His Bo* tlaailaatlc Receptloa by the Meetlaf Two af Mis Ofleors a Is* Intrsdaesd te the Ptspls, 4te. Precleely ot three o'clock the meeting was organised around stand No. 4, and although at the beginning there were not more than two or three hnndrel In froot of It, yet hardly Ave minutes elapsed before tbe whole space, to the distance of abort a hundred an J fifty feet on Cyfry ljf' I if' ma?le-nE attempt to exjiei the In ? -^lesk1 him spesk'" cried siiie, ?u p?tk?l by ou a of the moat eathuaiaatc i crowds we I)'*" ever seeu asasatfcled within the limits of | New York. stand ws ? situatod oa the southwestern corner of the facing Fourteenth a licet and Univer sity place, and in V**1 ?f position it was equal to that occupied by any of >h* other stands. All the houses ou the Fourteenth atn<ct and Imveriity pUca sides of the square were HWilly a4rr? with baouera and ftstoous, which were ui B.nir Uataaces suspended from wiudow to w q^cv, each of had it.' bevy of fair spectators w^ii? )oini>d in the g'-u~r aJ eatii > siasm of the hour by wavta^ their handkerefcaeffe and smiling their app'Obat.oa on the proc.vdings. The t be spangled banner was sjspende<T from A (Jet out parts of the platform, and even from the trees cMse by whirh it had been erected. Shortly after the meeting commenced a number of companies c! what appeared to lw volunteers inarched in proceaaion aud tool- the;? position in front of the platform. Th<<>* hal Ute ti .color rosettes on tholr breasts and the national banner was trrne at thrtr head. In addition to the*) several express wvgsaa literally at i taming with banners of all sizes, and laden with enthu siastic patriots, man7 of whom we understood will be eff in a few days for more Southern latitude*. t Tfce meeting was called to eider by Mr. Mm. Phb ^b, who nominated Mr. Mcees H Griunell, a Cbairmau,a tcmination which met with unanimous approval. fellow citizens, said Mr. Phelps, 1 hove bean requested 10 call this meeting to order hj nominating a promdirg ctl'cer. At political meetings it is not aiwayri au easy ta?k to Damn a chairman who will satisfy all; b<it Ibis la not a political meeting ? this is a patriotic meeting, called for the purpese of supporting our legally eiec ted I'rosi debt ( Abraham I. Vac Ion), our constitution and ourtUg For th!a 1 know <>f no cue who will give greater satUfacticn to you than the old. well known, and higl.iy respected merchant Mr. Muee* H Qriunell. ( Iljeers ) Those in favor of having Mr. Grinnsll as our presiding cflU-er will please say aye. A tremendius aye wa? tli? response, aud amid enthusiastic cheering, Mr. tirinnell ??suved the duties of President of the meeting. Mr. Gmxtai.?. now raid (be next thing in order would he tbo nomination of Vice I'resideuts, aud tho following list waa accordingly read : ? VIOl PBKRIDKXTS. Jsmes Haroer. Robert < !. Goodhue, George J. Fni , W m. V. Prariy, J. Van BeursD, Win d. Ntilsou, C. V. 8 RoatveU, Joseph 8a"i-lle, F. B. SplmU, A K. Kno, C. Taadsrblll Croat, Ihoa. ( ommrrt'orl, Edward J. J affray, Samuel R Bolts, W, 8. IIrrrlm>tu. Iv" '? farmland, 8. W Rtpaevo.t,' M. O Roberta, .loreph Boiie, 1 liomaj* Denny, Oft rge B teg* Philip Haml ton, J D Borgan, Km eon Balawlo, C G. Con<rer, Oeorge .lonea. W. J Peck, B. f. Mauietie, Mom y U. Norton, Tlx nu Adams, J H. MrCimn. Joseph P. Norrin, V (Hard Parker, .1. J. T. Huauaiian, John ii Hmjlie Jas. Watson W. bb, Henry K B<gerl, Corn K Ganiton, a A. Low, Challenging, Daniel Parlab, Charles Partridge, John Stewart, Thomas W. Clarke, JLnke Klernan. ,la men Humphrey, Wm II. Leonard, C. A. Mnrdock, George F H. nan, George G. Barnard, ?.bar.'< s Bmler, Wm. Jeliinibaua, Lewit B. Woodruff, W C. Wflnore, O. W. Ilum Dam, Jarnos Howciii, Hiram Rett hum, Edward Mlnturu, TbomaaC Aeton iaikrop Sturms, ?. E. *imn, H 8. Wyokoff, R W. Boorey, Tbeo. Ulaudeosixipe,.) D Ingerioll, Fifd Kcbucliaidt, Samuel T. lUdall, John Harper, Jcbn J. Oiico, .lame I G Klrg, B. F. Beekman, J. Fampeen, Gerard Hailoek, W. H Townaend, fcawaid Halght James m. Of raid, J'h lrakenhelmcr, Bemy Coullard, I'd ward Lamed, E I. Wilson, JohuMcncretr. W. G fpragiie, John Ward. ?m II Jibnror, Edwatd Pienei>ont, James W. Whlto, C. V lererlcli, John H. Lye II, Ihe foregoing were uoar imously adoptod as the Vice Presidents of the meeting, as were also the iollowing names as SECRATiRlKS. Gerrge IF. Cg^ton. V ?. tni loir, Kath. Coles, K?mi:el Hall. Davil 4de*. Frank S Allen, Tbomaalhornt'll, E. JL. R Inthrop, J. WymanJonei. John A. hyeifoo, The meeting having now been fully organized, Rev. Dr. VuiMMMCa offered the following praver, the vast crowd ktnnd itg with uncovered heads and the most impressive silence being preserved: ? PRAY Kit OF HKV. Hit. VKBHILYEA. Infinite and adorable God! Thou art tbo all powerful Cr? aU r and in Thy piovidenco Tliou rulest over tho n? tioim and m the onda of the earth Wo bow in presence of Ihii e aw' ul majesty to supplicate Thy guidance and I help amidat the agiiatioc:- and perils of our beloved c >un try. Wicked and diaigning men have plotted treason , und bave now ric ted the passions or a porti in of thep*o p'e to levy war sgainat that constituiiou aud g.iverumeru Tbc.u didst enable our fathers to establish; and blood has been shod in the causeler.^ strife. Bring to naught, we I?b4fch 1h< e, tho counsels of the traitors, and r^tore smity U> the people and p?ace and prosperity to the adltc'ed l-in<l For this purpose give cxlm wis.iom anl 11 tleilble declsk n to Thy servant, the rie?M?!ni of the L'niud State*, and all bis couiMeifnis. May thoy shrink ft "in no nee'lful responsibility, hut adop: promptly arid I e^icu'e (Irmly mi h moans ss inav be mel oflVctusI in s| Tdlly vbfoie'r g the raws. maintainlrg th? c institution ? rid ^i'vei nmetit, ai d pi<nl*hing the disobedient Blots tbo Aimy srd Navy of th? I nlted 8tst"s Jbiv they t>o, wbat i hey were .lee'gned t.i be, tlo bulwark and I'efCBCa of the couniry In tins hour of trial. II it may bo, spate further cfTusi n of blood; hut If not, th*n grant, Oh God, a beart of adamant to every ol1k..r and olditr anl eauian, ami ho p Hi'ho wbo go forth to light our battles for us, eaob triti to do bis duty. Hires tbo Governor ind otllcers of this flat", snd the body of the people, who. after long fistcmal forbcarsnce,aie now risen to assort the majesty of law and uphold tho host government the world has ever >etn Give us perfect unity, snd let all party dl vcr.-.iti<s be hut hod aid for gotten. May ihe whole faith ful fort'on rr the ptoplo now (breed into this struggle for our political life sod freedom >'etermine with flxoi I nrpote never to falter nor give over until law and the govs rcBM nt are jfftctually vlndicited anl susiaiBoi. Ihc iigbit rosy be for months or lor years, though dis aster and deft at may oome, may they have the fortitude lo suffer and Ihe cout?hou> per severe until this end is a'tainod . for in it we believe are bound up the intareHts of 1 1 tedom and of constitutional government In this If Ld and th? world over, now und fcr generations yet un born. Mercifully look upon tbla great city. Inspire its people :n ibis sharp < morgi nc/ with a spirit of obedl < r et to law, snd aid its magistrates in tho p'wervatlon of ?r? isl order smnig us l*t all classes rotlise the re sp r sibil ty of this solemn crtsis, andeicbone be sub mi'Siveaixl eird himself to the w.rk tba*. may be re i;tiired of him. tbua wo pra> moat h imbly and fervent ly < b.Otr tiod. We acknowledge Thy suproma:y. wo l<,< k to Thee for Thy divine bb ssiiig Thou" whi dii st |rne rue-ess to 0'ir fathers hi their day , give success to our righteous cause. Help us to suppo*t tie powers thai l>e, which ?re ordained of God." Spare blood, if It may be. gpo?<iily end this needless nnd un raturnl warfare, and bring in peace and good will ovor the whole land. We ask? ws Implore those bloasirgi? for the rake of thy Son, Jesus Christ, our adorable Saviour. Am<n. A SUBSTANTIAL orrKKtMG OF PATRIOT'fM. At tli? conclusion of the prayer, Itov. 1 >r Vmhiiwi Mid be des rod to say a few wwtU. I w is, he, born a 1 lUasa of thl* dty, un.lur the 3urs std Bi-ipea. and here I spent the greater part of my llto. I cannot ii?ht, ; but 1 ran pray, and I have prayed moat fervatiy for tM . lucccr* of our cauae, and for constitutional liberty ; and row I will read to you the following brief docimeut: ? Nkw York, April 20, lttSl. Carpenter k Veimllvea ? pay to (he order of Hon. .loba A fill ne h.indrei dollar* to a:d in furnishing men and nti- ar ? to uphold the constitution and government of our c<> dry against treason and reheUKm. 1100. TUo*. E. VKRMILYK4. Tbe reading of this brief but expressive documeut ?u ; jr?*t?d with cheer* MR. tiHINNKl.l.'H RRMARgfl. Vr. G nun i *?lil that thla was a m> wting of Ameriran Citizri e without distinction of party; It wns a meting of el' /era without respect to former political istues; a mi-tig itn; el!cd by .>nr impulse ami MS i-urpoea ? the pr-ter'aUon of our country's integrity and the < inctitu non I'm'er wbicb we live. (Applause.) l>eotl*men, aam >Ir. a rr eta baa arrived . toe arm of tbe traitor I mm ba< r raiaed atamst Una I'uion. Tbat arm must be broken ocwn. (k.atli.slastic applause.) Blooi! ? yea, yeaterday ti e M ud of siatsacbusi It* was . bed. Yeatenlay, the MiTtrwy of the glorious Hat Via of Islington, the Cianli IiiM. en oT ill. M who fought there ?r,d *hm? bloot wi? the llrst tbat waa shed In <.ur Itevolution? yesterday, n y tr end*, tbe blocd oi their children waa spilled In the Uriels of Ilallliuore. (-*uaat ?n.) Now, 1 i?t, the t me ^a ? on e when you and I, tbe young, the old and the middle aged nun do their duty Ilk* ni?n Let no man ?tat i iixle. Let be wbo wanta physical atrnngtb pour ( ut h!a advice, and bla money . If ho have any to give. !??)??, joung gentlcMita, wbo have the bone and tbe silp* n jcn, supported by conscientious feelings of Mm linty you owe to your oewntry? u? jou we to"k to stand by tkure Star* and ?lrlp?*. (Chteis.) We are all In the ??me boat? (Cuts of "That * so")? and we know only one pilot and one guide; and that is? the constitution ssd theCicd who roigna over all. (Applaoa* ) Ontle odd, I will not take up your time any longer, v< u have s<> irisny eb^iuf nt speakers ti address yo* that I wilt not detail) j on. THR RBflOl.fTTONH. The resolution* which were read at stand No. 1 and a'l tbe olbets were nlso read hsre and adopted with th ? mfst unbounded rnthustasra. Those parta referring to Vajor Anderson's detencc of Kort Sumter, and to the pre servation in tact of the Union, were appiaudet aid cbtered to the echo. The whole *?rlea were put to tie vote and passed with th* greatest unanimity. Yon have heaid, said Mr. Grlnnell, the resolatlOM; do you all second lliem' (CM** of "Ye*, yea. ') Tms adept them with three cheers. ("Ay*, ay*," and tr* wndouacf <?*!*. ) At thla point of the proceeding* Maior Anderson came ofon the *tand, arm in arm with Mr. Plmeon Dnspw, and when brought to the frrejl of the platform snub a cheer aa went up from that vast multitude was never beard before. It must have gladdened the heart of th* fcero of Fort 9umtar Three cheer* thrioe repeated were glvsn for him, and he wm obliged to go to the rear of th* stand and show himself there be v? treated with a _?'mi!ar demonstration It was at least live minute* ha Rl^re quiet could be r**tor*d and the meeting allowed to pr-rcd. In the mean'.'me crowds swarmed around the gallant Major and nearly shook the hand* off bin In th* warmth of tnelr friendship. SriMH OP WILLIAM CCRTlS HOVM, RKQ. Wm. Cirth Nome, EStj , waa then Introduced to the meeting, aad received with iflte-ue eaSV**?M. St Hid ? I bj ve neror before had rsaaoa to ni-enJc afl/w*r? ad?r 1 clrrutustascee of such exUaardinary solemn. ty . The m** ! elonueut speaker that could adun??a you has just himself in the person of Ma^or Andaraon. (,?u4*h'** and applause, which laated several miautea.) Ho b m ' mat cuoio from the atnoke and flame of the Aery fu/MW, I ktnol. il by a baudot faithless traitors. (??ud cuww Had *?hrce groans tor the treitori ) You MTJ J*** from i m org tour midtt u early one thousand Ut, *m*> dower of tho of New Vork, to reaent the tnau* to joor ils?. (I.cud applause ) 'iou havei seat t?*? ?o ns.-nt tae '.tstilt to your llag a iu tbe greater Inaul^ tiame.y, aa IlbuU to the constitution andthe tow qf jour country. and you know tha if those ?<* art pw m-.ttvl to ai.ike ihoir progress to Waabte^Um a ad nutk ward, they wll teU a tal" of which Now ^ork Bay ba proud (Chrwa.) Ytmr aseoinbttng hers provea that vtu, jouce nun, unci, Ihepe, some of us oM nwn , ai ? ready to follow their example, shoulder ttaofc* B?k?'?, put uu their knapsack* aa<t their fatigue drsaaea? aa* tt eir 'o*cy dr. esan? and nuwch to tho rescue of the cam ? btiti.iica and the cacntry. (Loud ctooers.) Yeatarday wag the anniversary of the battle of tatlmrtoa. Itow blood of M??sachu:-ei*i wm the iligt to bo abed oo tint aanivorc.-wy. (Hire: cbeen f or Massachuaetta.) Yeater dat in th? putting dewn of tha roballloo ? (cheers,? Jr-hn Cla r'A?. rr.e rf the herees or the ba*tle of foxtngtoB, a (< i- h .1 a' , ep^osite that d*y, "Tbia la tbel? a i, juration tt tUe liberty of the America? word." (C !kot? ) 1 l*s? von to hum k tUe phraae, 'The inatiyira ttm of the liberty of th.? Amerlcau world." Not a flrat u t-iit or it? a t of tlio N'oi thi-.'D State?) ? n?? Of ' ? portion of thin great Caloa.hutof "the lil-erty of tna Ameritan world" ? tho wbol,> Vision (To id camera.) '1 his I'nioa wiil go on, notw.thB'jtudin? th'.s rewekioo, 1 until that prophecy . uttered eighty fenis ago ?*? u? ?a< i!s, in fuWlled. (Cheers ) Wo are not hi the Baldatof rcvo'utioo. We are in tho naidst of refralllon. Tnara tfivtr wvi a more beneficent, a more tenign govSraflsaat i lian that cf the I'nlted States, since time began (land aimi.K.Be.) Never' (Cheers) It has borne so |?Uy . lwii'.f ? (Three liu<i ehreiB fw the government of ?<? ( aitea .-tatca 1? It haH borne so gently always npon th? hlioullera of the people that they have ha-dly knewn it ? tcatcely felt it. Nothing ban been opprfssire ornniuat, aid uo 'tyranny baa boen offered is any install re. North or foutb. Now, my fellow eltiwna, this ia a rebeMw* i) -auj?t a faultless, not only a faultless, but a forb^ana? liovet-meat (Applause) ui see for a moment. |.<t mouthB. nay, for years, the destruction of this t'uloiv has brcn plotted in a oar Uin degree, untit almost the entire i<eaeratH? has Uen ' aducated in tho infernal doctrines of a tmitor , o^Ki'eping in his grave, and who tmdeavored thirty ' u?n ijii to dissolve this I'nion. (three groans fw Hlu C Calhoun. ) It has aot been bo.^iuae the govera iu.-ct wan ui kind or unjust In tts oporatinn, but It ws? t). ea' .e ttat roan wbh <iiiaj>p<Mnted in hie uubau?wa4, unholy and ilamoablt' nmbitiou. arid now hia followar? m, )*ojir forward nd carrying out the doctrines, and oncer i he iwt-imt of the elcetlon that did not suit tbaoa i? nimediat-iy (wcedeil fron the Onion, and bavu in uu kU ; j t?* i a blood v, caaselefs war. ( A voice? "thila ,o."| You aie called upon, and I think Uie whole paaft# of 11,'s coUutty arc called on, to put down theae traitofW, to xsiore the eoi.dition of the country to its orat i at v lurity , and diiva traitors , if tt ,utJ the ^ (loud cheers ) 1 have sa.d that ?e have a forbearing ??vfiMMHt Wm thwe , ver an ln?ta?ee ot greater forbearance than this Bovemmtnt has exercised? (Cries of " No, no ) Narw! Kven under Ihe admlnistiatlon of Mr. Buchanan thaf wrre remitted to go en? permitted to prepare for war ? to oifi.-mizo an arirn ? to ntoal otir jaiblic lortreeaea, our public tieasury, and fverythlng that was nuoeaaary far the tree 'oir of tlieir country South, and not a hand m rain d sgaii st them (A roic*1 ? "Buchanan is a traitor. ) 1 was g1 i' g on to aay in connection with his lorltea ytca, thai he ha<l dlahoneat trultors in his t^ablnet, who wvrm R'eal-tg from the Treasury and arming tbemselvet agaiaa* ibe aoveumcnt, and tftere was only one? the beroog I etrolt? who atrcd up sgaiaat tt. (Three cheen for r At thia^ juncture, Captain Foster, of the Engineer Corpe, and J?r. Craword, both of whom ware with Majar \n?*ettcn in Fo?t t*amter, appeared on the ataad, ?nd were latroduced by the i'rasldent to the acsaaaMafl* I bey bowed their achaowledgmeata, were recehrad ith drafemeg ch??aia, and, having conreraaA with aooas oT the gentkimen on the platform, rwttr^l. lh. W?. Notsb resumed aa follow*: ? The ontr ohlactkia lsa> i have to 1W Crawford la that ha admin ia tared aa ??? dote to Mr. i'ryor. 1 wwhthe antidoja liat he? ad*dj nlatered first, arid something else after ww da. (!??? lanrhter and cheera ) ! wai aaying that thara waa aaur <-i.e true patriot ih the Cabinet at Mr BacbaaM, aad h* :ett the ta'aieat ba dlacorered the oatftdlona aa?luctaC bis asacciates. I?t hlaa ba, aa he dese* ?ea ba> "**" ever ?mb?:*a?'d in your r' oollecttofcs, aai in t*M? or a grateful posterity. (Loud aW,iauao) He i haa ratirad u> his oaa b< m< , but he h?s retired with p?b?ie gratitu ia. which will roliow him to hia laat momoot. 1 said wa bad a for bearlrg government. After Fort Sumtar ws a taken pasatsena of by Major Anderacn tl?e g >rera n.rnt were stiM suplte, aad evaa after the ina-Ku rathn of Mr. J.lncola. if aovtblag < nld bavw be. n done sotbiair waa doa?|o prevent tbeaki-legrouad I <.f f? e mrjt in that b*avo fortre.w. aad rotiod th* braver hearts la it. Seventeen or eighteen batteries were prw oared, aa bcob as reitdy. to pmr oat lire upa? It was tin-rn ev< r a greater ii^t.iw.e of fotlnarance than th*' Never At d the tacmei t thev discovered It was to be reheard in provisions only, that Instant tbf?y fi'flU t* uturder every man in that hopeless garrison. i?ur f? vertment then wss forbearing. < mr goveranseat has baaa k'nd Rot what Is the character of ih- government that I ii? been inaugurated, clalmiog to be the government of il e Confederate 8tatae'.' What is the ohartaetar of that government" 1 call your attention to a atngb; mataooa. fbey have la. ugunatci a wholesale aystenaof piracyo* the entire cen-sserce of tho country. ( Aopiauta. ) Tnat ia what they have dona, aad Uiut ia tha character of the measures which they wHl adopt la all the war which ia to go oa. Now what t? the outy of the adminia'raHoa under auch olr cumstat, rea' ^houta of "thoat thsaa, aboo> Itw. ) I i-t us see boa they *i>eak of the naiiouai (leg tha* Wol < r \< ur h# art?, wbich every one of m? has from i be moment hia eyes tlrat saw the light. U-t ua a^ tow tr e> apeak ot the national llag. He<e ia a apeaah of ?oa. I'Kkeo". deliver, d imm?<l lately alter Wort duiater hail surrendered. lhist;ovemor oi South Carolina, the pupil o? Mr ' aiho'in , ua^er the tutorship of Jetreraon I>aviav thus apraks of our ilag-a Hag which waa never trailed ia the dust befoie, aud which has maintained tia integrity iv ah nftflliK'hlrc courage, wai never wttantiia oe fore. He pe>? ? I bore rn to mr now, PaWnlh thongk 14 p,o..JtoDof Fmldsiaa.aad tpuiir taid, ? u?awiE4?r of ear fc?ro?? rptim the <.oiirod?fej^ i i ha,.- the pro.14 gratlflsatlon of l aln.rtto 11(11 rain d upon laat 1 oi tw^a, and the tt?? of ih^s? ' ree and irdepen trnt Btates aide ba aide wtta It. in5 ibfir The, . >hali It-al forever, ia daiyaa * ?J PgJ thut men o?n bring thfim (A??Jeiiee) we eaw i tiinblr d itr Vam cf tlie linlt?e HlmU** and ee louc ae I bite the ^oot r to M 'ourA liod thne m no i>ower on thle #arlh ?n%U evet to wer frejj !h?rforirr?^ ibr?e IU*-. unit am the* be id a sen of b>? ??e (VatM>wme eppi^eee) I een> e^re^ay w yf.,, It the f.*?t if e ly tly wlliSSLS h2S^miS2i f^? ?t.i. at d Ht. bave baea h2a ,MM.V vrarn but Ititv, oil ^b?? lWl ??J or Apnu II amm t,. ? II' led, SI d bumbled be*i)?e the morloua .'UU matw , I souiii <rai<iiii,?. ( a palatine ) Iba he?n lowned i?;.?re ,our saea ibis day. ^ 1 iir.ra i> at "ball ev^r t??er :iv "W-'f , ",Ui* i |.?ve the h'. nor to pi^slde *a yeur ctu- f tn?gl?tra>.e. No* I give one response to that, and I ask jou U>. ?? stxinl to it ? . . . . K'.n ver float that Mardari ?h*et, ? here breatsa the f'te that Uvea before ua; Wnb f -rrdooi * a??l beaeaaa ?>r real, And ite< d?>m'a l>?na?r ttwattos o ?? ua. loud and continued ebears. SI'I.M H OF fUUiATOK 91'IHOJ.A At the rkwB o' Mr. Novel' remaika, Mr. Ster-oa* Kl Ifteted the meeting. aa foluws ? Thrro it> no morn gk ito m c%u?e under which <00 could MR itililo than that whirh calle ua tog?Uu'r ? -Hm <;aaae ef our country. War un -?r an y (.ft-umairtase* li to bo re gn Med, and m?re inriiftliuty It la to bo idcurnad or*r wh< n we I11.1l inch a war art la Daw upon u*. hut it bti roD>?, ana there ia ?ol/ ot? left lor its to uo, ud thai Ir? our cuty. It U for you to sajt wither you will mrpt thene ton i tor* an ) drive ilvne into Uij octM (>lea of ??Yea.'' "Yea <Jo?l la MM rn^royi gar* you lb la c -Mry ami Wa?hiitirtnng?vAyou th? MMNalM under *h ? h we live Doth have b??u tuu anii-d to you (tor mf' ry ao<t paipetaetMB WiH you tuJce nare of them, or rill y? 11 n< 1 ("W? will, wo will. ) Delera oomla* npori ihla -tano i circuited thia peril. u4 aa I walked by ih? iiat'i" 1 if Waal.Jtgtoa oa lha other aid*, and hw lha flag ot Fort Sumter, torn wd tattered rw it ia? Urn *ad Uttered, bus. not diahonored ? 4 gloried is that t!?g. 1 gloried la /aadereoa and Ida UtUa *an4 of thirty live ?ooaora, who Xep* uff for ao m**y boot* thirty thoo?an?l ireaeo* naoagere ef South Proline, wfcowe?or.<t able eve* to run it. Uiena atrikethat flag (Chetta ) " c mint t>o? ?toj> new to Inquire what Iimi l>rodu*r<( thi? war You aiusl oaly Inquire a a to tb> pr< |*r m are to meet and carry It oa nuceeaaf'illy , ar4 to flnieh it at tbu earlieat moaeaat. To aororapl lah ihi?_ et the V 1 tl.m?- a railv in tfcrir might. and tbaee traitor* ball m*et ?n ea<l more Ignoaaiatoua than ttmt which felt upon the trait* r Arnold. (Apfjlauee.) Kaaailiar to ever* man within the ?ound of ny voice la the fact thai a?ar met hn\ 1 been Interrupted la their way to thefaMM ' apttal. let not ihoee "Blood Tubi" provoke uaJ* %m treat an extent, or we will make the aMff ef Baltimore Buffer terribly We will leave do thing bat a miuMerlog ruin where Baltimore now ataagk, (fta meodona rheortDg 1 The grc at lr?<lia# avenu* to the te 1 deral oapiui ?1i*iT he W-p* ope? under all oi'^attUaoee. No power on f??th "hall < loee It. Jefltrao* Oayia ear* lor : be 11 rat time In three quartere of a oaata /y the I? rl i an tlag baa beo? bumbled. He Uad wr^eo he aatt ao. j (A prlanae ) There la not blood ano*-^ to bla toif t? humble it (Reaewed applauaa.) J*/gnm Daaht aad ' Cbhb have filled their pockatt at the p&lio expewa, a mi, hariM robbed the republic, hatra r niaaimaii la liMiai I It. Mar ?od'? aaercy reM npoa tb ^ ^tU ttay WuS away from the reaped af man'^. (OhMTtaa ) a. country men, revoluttoo under atrauHMaaetn to lu* tillable, bui oaly whea the Agim of ItMt hara beea lavadad, and when Use ir-n Tnnl nf flatoniTii 11 ha* 1 ?|lf>'!r'">>"rl>' bulbare in thka laataiicn w> I I?**" *wa. -fated, DO ontraga haa been committed . excej't ia t ^ dirty laaMtaation of political 2nrrciw ? z? ^ <?r nj ^ !!? . 7 '*? fwrernaaen t. ;?t ?<? tell row (Qieera ) Men have died for tb* llber?l?? of thalr <elVrw men. Qo to Ireland and you win theye iiehold 'jie grave of he- patrlat martyr, fSamett Vbo periahe?i 0n the aoaflbld be<-anae be dealr?l to five to bia couMlrvmno the ?ame lAerty we now enjoy. Ami If a patriot w*a thvit treated for tryla* m gain the inde. pendwee nf h* native Und. what "hoeld ha done with tie traitor who aetlt* to ueetrt y the fi eedot* of hia com