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e with her Southern sisters to resist the Northern foes that dare invade Southern soil. In testimony of the high appreciation we entertain for the course pursued by you and your native State, we desire that you should join us at the festive board, on Wednesday evening, the 26th inst., at the Exchange Hotel, in this city. Thomas T. Cropper, Jas. R. Crenshaw, Thos. W. McCance, Frans Huffis, John Purcell, David J. Burr, J. R. Tucker, E. C. Drew, James A. Cowardin, John H. Montague. Washington, Dec. 24, 1860. Gentlemen: --I had the honor to receive your kind invitation to my colleagues and myself to join you at the festive board, on Wednesday evening, the 26th inst., at the Exchange Hotel, in Richmond, and I embrace the earliest opportunity to reply. Gen. Bonham and Col. Ashmore have returned to South Carolina, and I am detained here by the illness of Mrs. McQueen, which renders it impossible to accept the honor you tender, Nothing, I assure yo