XNew Xork, May 18. The stoamor City of New York, Liverpool 6lh, Queonstown 7th, arrived at midnigbt. A delegatirn of Trades' Unionista, hoaded by Mr, Bright, presented an address adopted at a lato meeling, sympathizing witn the North, to Mr Adams. Tho latter made a speech expressing great pleasure at the reception of the address. He admitted tho difficulties of steering clear of collisions between the twe nations, but trusted thatfriendly relations would be maintained. He ■ asserted that notwithstanding the tone j of some American speakers and journals, there is no natiun Atnorica entertains grenter regard for than England, and il the real fentiments of cach pfeoplo ' could be clearly establshed to each I other, he would havo no fear of collisj ion. He believed that Trades' UnionI ists had taken tho right course to pre' vent it. The Times regarda Mr. Adams speech as inost reasonable and timiilv, and looks forward without distrust for mutual lorbearance. England must ex peet some interruptions to trade, and Americana must tolérate tho shortcomings in coneideration of difficulties of neutrals. In another artielo !he Tunes argües that it behooves England to look leni ently on the proceed'ings of Wilkes, in view of the maintenance of her rights, when she becomes a bolligerent. The London Observer, in a pacific editorial, credits tho Lincoln govern ment with a desire to cultívate friencllv relations. Layard, in tho Houso of Commons, oxplains the hauling down of tho American flag off the leland of íáombrero during the stay there of tl.o Britieh war Phaston. He denied American jurisdiction, and olaimed that island had long been a part of the British possessions ip tho Oarribean Sea. The Russian reply on the Polish question is publishecl. It agrees to specific manner on the batata of the treaty of 1815, and is generally regarded as satisfactory. Insurgents continue active.