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Letter from ex-president Pierce. The following letter from ex-President Pierce to the late Senator Pearce, of Maryland, in regard to arbitrary arrests, has never before been published. The position assumed by ex- President Pierce is manly andex-President Pierce to the late Senator Pearce, of Maryland, in regard to arbitrary arrests, has never before been published. The position assumed by ex- President Pierce is manly and decided: Concord, N. H. Jan. 15, 1861. My Dear Sir: I read with unusual interest and satisfaction the debate which occurred in the Senate on the 15th ultimo, upon the resolution of Mr. Trumbull, and desire to express my thanks for the ex- President Pierce is manly and decided: Concord, N. H. Jan. 15, 1861. My Dear Sir: I read with unusual interest and satisfaction the debate which occurred in the Senate on the 15th ultimo, upon the resolution of Mr. Trumbull, and desire to express my thanks for the sentiments and thoughts which the occasion elicited from you. My convictions and sympathies are with you thoroughly when you say, "I do not believe that it (imprisonment upon lettres de caches) promotes the purposes of those who desire to see this Unlaw will conflict adequate punishment, whatever that may be, as it should do. But how long is such durance, without a hearing, to be their allotment. I am, very truly, your friend, Pierce. Hon. James A. Pearce, U. S. Senator, Washington, D. C.