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s a goodly number of ladies. Mr. Pryor was greeted with hearty cheers when he entered the house. The stand was occupied by several distinguished gentlemen, including, the Maryland Commissioner, (whose names are given in our local column) Rev. Geo. W. Carter of Texas, Mr. Morton of the Convention, and Mr. Douglas of the State Senate. Mr. Pryor was introduced to the audience by Thos, T. Cropper, Esq., who in a brief speech, alluded to the remarkable change of sentiment in Petersburg, Mr. Pthusiastically applauded throughout. We are unable, in consequence of the difficulties mentioned above, to give more than a faint outline of his argument.--He spoke about an hour and a half. The crowd manifested a desire to hear from the Rev. Dr. Carter, but the Chairman announced that he declined speaking. He would, however, address the citizens next Monday night. B. B. Douglas, Esq., was then called upon, but he regretted that a severe cold prevented his compliance. Other popular