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This is the "opening day" with the fashionable milliners, and the rush and crush of crinoline at all the places where "loves of bonnets" are on exhibition or for sale, is very great. As money is abundant, purchases are many and extravagant prices are paid, seemingly without a why or wherefore.--The "charcoal carts or scuttle stile of bonnet is said to be going out and a fashion coming in more consistent with comfort as well as elegance and good taste. Let us rejoice and be glad. Archbishop Hughes was agreeably surprised this afternoon by being waited upon by a committee of the Common Council, accompanied by several citizens who presented him with an elegantly engrossed copy of the resolutions passed by the Board of Aldermen, thanking the Archbishop for his services in favor of the Union while abroad, and tendering him, on behalf of that body, the freedom of the city. In response to the address of Alderman Farley, the Archbishop made a few remarks, thanking the gentlemen fo