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nor allow commutation exemptions of able-bodied persons. John Minor Botts as a peace Maker he Don't want a place in the U. S. Senate. ernment," (of which it is not stated,) has written a letter to John Minor Botts, urging, on behalf of "Gov" Pierpont, his acceptance of the position of United States Senator from Virginia Mr. Botts has written a reply declining the proffered "honor" A Yankee letter gives a summary ohe work of union and reconciliation. In a conversation with Mr. Botts, he stated that never for a single instant during this war has heast in the light of an ambitious aspirant for undeserved honors. Mr. Botts stated that he believed that the majority of the rebel army regar association, was totally unfit to be commander of a Union army. Mr. Botts says that of all the promises made to the Southern people by the ld yet call the his slaves at the foot of Bunker Hill Monument.--Mr. Botts thinks that if President Lincoln will collect the slaves of Mr. T