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torm may be averted; that our rights and the Union may be saved; that fraternal regard may be restored; and that our country may go on in the highway of prosperity that it has so successfully trod for the last seventy years. This is the aspiration of my heart, and yet I am painfully impressed with the conviction that it will never be realized. I am, very truly, your friend and obedient servant, James L. Orr. Hon. Amos Kendall, Washington, D. C. Mr. Kendall's reply. Washington, Sept. 10, 1860. Hon. James L. Orr--My Dear Sir: Your letter of the 16th ult. reached Washington while I was absent in the North. Though I did not contemplate, when I wrote you on the 9th ult., any thing beyond a limited private correspondence, yet having no opinion on the portentous condition of public affairs which I have a motive to conceal, or am ashamed to avow, I cheerfully comply with your suggestions. You quote from my former letter the declaration that my mind is equally clear that the