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licity. It is, we think, of the utmost importance that immigrants should arrive here, and not at any Northern port; and this seems to be the opinion of Mr. Black, since he engages to ship them from the Clyde direct to Norfolk. Acquainted, as he is, with the character of his countrymen generally, and personally with so many of them that are of the description to make good citizens, we may feel assured that he will give us the best that can be induced to emigrate. Richmond, Va., 7th December, 1865. Dear Sir, --Referring to the conversation which I had with you the other evening on the subject of immigration, I now lay before you in writing the substance of my remarks: The State of Virginia at present calls loudly for labor and capital, and the only means to obtain that element is by immigration. The question how to attract immigration at present is the subject which I wish to bring before you. Several of the Northern and Western States have employed commissioners an