Working men's meeting.
The working men of Richmond
held a meeting at the City Hall last night, and adopted resolutions in favor of a perpetuation of the American Union, and recommending the adoption of the Crittenden Compromise
as a suitable basis of adjustment; but if, after ‘"every effort shall be made and exhausted,"’ the South
fails to obtain her rights in the Union
, they will make "common cause" with the Southern States
These resolutions were reported by a minority of the committee, the majority report, (which expressed sentiments somewhat similar,) having been laid on the table.