Boston, Jan. 20. Weudell Phillips addressed the 28th Congregational Society, in Music Hall, thia P. M., on the crisis. He deolared himsdftobe a disuaioo man, and was glad to see that South Carolina and other southern slave States had practically initiated disunion nioveinents. He hoped that all tlio slavc States would leave tho CInion, and not stand upon the ordur of their going, but go at once. lic i eed the compromiso spirit manifested by i Seward and Charles Francis Adains witU much soverity of lauguage. Thers was an occasional stamphig of feet, and hiasing, but no outbreak. Mr. l'hillips was cseorted home by a few policoinen, agreat crowd rushing about him. The audience iu the Hall was composad luainly of tho.se . regularly attendiug strvicc there.