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Meeting in Monument Square. Shortly after four o'clock, the people, to the number of thousands, assembled in Monument Square, where a flag bearing the coat of arms of Maryland was thrown to the breeze. Dr. A. C. Robinson appeared on the wall of the Court-House and delivered an address to the assembled multitude, and was vociferously cheered. As soon as Dr. R. had concluded, Mayor Brown appeared, and the people received him with tremendous cheering. Mayor Brown's speech. Mayor Brown said he had come to tell the people something which he hoped would give satisfaction to all, and hoped nothing would be done to sully the good name of Baltimore — that they would show to the country that they can maintain peace and order in their midst. [Here were some indications of discontent.] He asked them to hear him for his cause. They knew as well as he did the events of the day. No man deplored them more than he did. In doing what he had done, he had thought of the people of Bal