The enrolled militia of this city and neighboring towns, numbering one thousand, marched in procession, with six bands of music.
The hall was crowded at an early hour.
The immense mass of people caused the breaking down of a portion of the approach to the hall, and some hundreds of people were precipitated some fifteen feet below on to the sidewalk; but fortunately there were no lives lost.
The meeting then adjourned to the area in front of the Bangor House, where Vice-President Hamlia, General Howard, Hon, S. H Blake, W. H. McCrillis and others delivered addresses.
Resolutions were adopted pledging the people of the Penobscot valley to sustain the Government with their full quota of troops, and calling upon the Administration to prosecute the war with vigor and with all the means and all the men, of whatever color, they can command.
Pittsburg, Pa, July 18.--A large and enthusiastic meeting was held to day to make arrangements for a grand mass meeting to