Hon. Hugh L. Bond was introduced and his appearance was the signal for several rounds of cheers. He remarked that he had but little to say. He rejoiced with them over their freedom, not alone theirs, but also of the white race. This demonstration means peace, the opening of avenues of trade to and with you and the taking away of all impediments in the march of life. [Applause.] It will allow some of the scientific gentlemen of Baltimore to return to their studies. The philosophers of Maryland, who have been measuring heels to find out whether a man is a man or not, can now settle this question by observing his conduct. [Laughter and applause.] Judge Bond concluded by introducing Hon. Horace Maynard, of Tennessee, as one who, in 1868, had taken part in the memorable campaign in this State, by the side of the lamented Henry Winter Davis.