RATIFICATION MEETING. A Large Gathering of the Democracy. SPEECHES, RESOLUTIONS, &c. The ratification meeting last night was attended by at least five thousand people. A Drum - moud light shed its radiance on the scene, and a band of music filled up the pauses in the proceedings. The meeting wan organised by the appointment of ex - Senator Hutchins as chairman and the following Vice - Presidents : VICE PRESIDENTS. Wards. 11 Felix Campholl, 12 A. A. Rank, 13 P. V. Romsen, H Philip Brady, 15 A. Cunningham, . 16 H. Zimmer, 17 D. Swalm, 18 M. Kalbflelsch, 19 C. N. Black. Flatbush Flatlanda New Utrecht.. Gravesoud... . New Lotts.... John Vanderbilt, A. A. Meyers, T.G. Bergen, J. A. Emmons, Isaac Schenck. SECRETARIES. P. J. Gallaghor 13th Ward, Wm. - H. Ely Olh Ward, Abraham Lott Flatbush, William Evans 7th ward, J. E. Aitken. The following series of resolutions were read by Mr. Sharkey, and unanimously adopted : XaohiaL That in the nominations of the late Democratic State Convention for Stale Officers, tho conservative national enttment of the democracv has been respectod and tne men placed in nomination arc such a - i command the entiro couQdence of the partj - in Kings County ; and while greoting with pleasure ttie names or a Tucker ana a iremaiu irum their past associations with a Democracy of this county, wo are nono tho less warm in our support or their colleagues, they being tho choice or a united democracy ; and that together ,one and undividablo.thoy will receive an old fashioned democratic majority from this the banner county of our Stato, Resetted, That tho course of tho late Republican Legislature in regard to the disfranchisement of this couuty, demands of every Democrat the sinking or personal feelings on matters wnich, in comparison to tho great and momcn - lous questions and iut3rests at stake, aro trivial and unim - mrtaut. A united anu vigorous eiiort upon our pari win re move the small vestige oi KepuDiicanism wuicu nai escap - d the nolitical oarthanake in Pennsylvania. Caiiiornia and Ohio. 1M our motto, then, be 'Confusion to the Fusion,' and Wards. 1. M.S. Beach. 2. J. S Thorne, J. W. H. Peck, 4. S. S.Powell, 5. J. R. Magco, .6. E D. Brigga, 7. Edward Eowb, 8. J. H. Sloan, 0. W. T. Mills, 10. Samuel Smith.