.New York, August 4. i Consul Archibald has called a meeting of British renidents for Ifonday evenïojgf ncxt to dopt rreaeures fora weiflOHifl to the Frince of Wales on his visit to Xew York. A Special dieptcb to the Times, from St. Johns, saya the Prince drovo to hts temporary rosidoncu botwoen liltH of men estenilinga mile, oornposed of military, firo cnmpanies, eocieties, both Htiuscs of Parli:ment, &c. After hc passed, both ranka fcrmetl a juocewion, with bannors flying, whilo the belld of the city wero naging. Inside the gate were two Ihousand school children, the girls in white and tho boys in black, who sang the Dátional nnthem, and strewed boqnets on the road way. All the time the streets wero erammed, the shops elosed, and the shipping dresaed tv i t h flags. - Formnlüies are boing gradually discontinued, and at "Wiudsor the Prince dined at the sanie table with the meitibtrs of Parliament aod press who accompanied him. It has been dete-n:iued tbtrt the whole We$( India squadron now at HaHfajr, shall go to Qnebec and Mc-ntreal The Prince, in the afternoon, ciossed the harbor in a íerry boat, and returned by the suspension bridge over the falls of the St. John8. The metnbers of the Government, several members ot the Legiflature. the Mayors of Halifax, Boston, &e., dined with. him in the evening.