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manifested by the crowds of persons standing on the streets, to see him and his escorts pass through the city. He run up a flag on the Continental early Friday morning, and soon after took his departure. The working men's parade here, on the 22d, was one of the largest and longest, I was informed by a citizen of this place, that ever paraded here. After marching through the principal streets, they proceeded to National Hall, organized a meeting, and passed resolutions, without a dissentinr they could get an opportunity of doing so, and reported that sixteen out of the seventeen Representatives in the Pennsylvania Legislature from Philadelphia would do the same thing. The Working Men's Convention assembled at 10 o'clock on the 22d, and organized by the election of J. W. Cloyd, of Kentucky, President; John Pritchard, of Richmond city, and J. McPherson, of Pennsylvania, Vice Presidents; and J. Touchstone, of Maryland, and S. J. Wood, of Delaware, Secretaries. The States repr