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eston Hotel, last night, took his friends by surprise. Not withstand-the absence from the city of so large a proportion of our citizens, now on duty at the harbor batteries, quite a large concourse assembled with a brass band in front of the portico of the Charleston Hotel, and stirring strains of "Dixie" and the Marseillaise, succeeded by hearty calls for "Pryor, " finally brought out that gentleman. Just as he appeared, the line of the companies which had just arrived from Clarendon and Kershaw came in sight. They, however, were hurrying towards the boat, and could not wait to hear Mr. Pryor's speech. As the sound of their drums died away in the distance, Mr. Pryor rose, and after the cheering which had greeted him had subsided, addressed the assemblage. We extract one or two paragraphs from his speech " For this demonstration of your regard, I beg to return my grateful acknowledgments. I am here in Charleston in pursuance of a pledge, voluntarily given, that so soon as I migh