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From Frederick, Md. Frederick, April 28 --Senator Mason, of Virginia, who is the guest of Col. Kunkel, the representative of this District, in the late Congress, was serenaded here last night. Mr. Xiam responded by saying that he was here accidentally. He could not with propriety speak of Maryland politics. He could speak for Virginia. He could say, however, that the reconstruction of the Union was an impossibility. Virginia sympathized with Maryland, and he intimated that Virginia was disposed to exhibit it practically Col. Kunkel said that the North dented Christian fellowship to the South. There was no social or political sympathy between the people of the two sections. The people of Maryland would submit to be governed by the action of her legal representatives. The Senate has hitherto acted as a unit, and will probably continue to do so. In the House there is considerable diversity of opinion. It is urged that it is necessary for Maryland to secede