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Great Union meeting in Philadelphia.scenes in the city. Speech of Mayor Henry--other addresses, &c. The Union demonstration in Philadelphia, Thursday, was a very grand affair. Nearly all the business houses on the chief streets were closed, and the Courts also suspended business. The navy-yard was also closed and the handsific exercises of a great demonstration commenced. Philadelphia had assembled to do the Union reverence. Bishop Potter opened the ceremonies with prayer. Mayor Henry, who presided, then made the following address: Citizens of Philadelphia:--You have been called together upon this momentous occasion by-request of your mut, by the favor of Almighty God, this Union must and shall be maintained. The speaker then retired, amid loud applause. Three cheers were proposed for Mayor Henry, and given with a will. The following resolutions were then read, and adopted by acclamation: The following are the resolutions adopted: The peop