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Message of the (Union) Governor of Kentucky. We have received a copy of the message of Gov. Robinson the Union Governor of Kentucky. The first part is devoted to a brief review of the origin of the rebellion, the course Kentucky has pursued, and the aid she has rendered to the national Government. He approves of the grant made by Congress for the establishment of agricultural colleges, and recommends the Legislature to take steps to comply with the conditions of the grant. The second half of the message is devoted to the slavery question, in relation to the President's proclamation of emancipation. It is from this portion that we make the following extracts, showing what that unhappy State has suffered at the hands of Yankee "friends." What She has a right to complain of. She has a right to complain that her neutrality has been denounced in the Halls of Congress as either treasonable or cowardly or both. This is a most unkind return to those patriotic and loyal men,