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Letter from Hon. John M. Botts. The following letter was read at the dinner given by the New England Society of New York, on the 22d inst., in response to this sentiment: 4 The American Union--the great trust which we hold for succeeding ages. The love of it is still uppermost in the hearts of the people. This love of the whole people for the whole country will overwhelm all discontents and disaffections of all parts and of all parties, and declare, with a voice which all must hear and obey: The Union must and shall be preserved! Richmond, Monday, Dec, 17, 1860. Dear Sir: When I answered your kind letter of invitation on behalf of the Committee of Arrangements, to dine with the New England Society on the 22d inst., I entertained strong hopes that it would be in my power to attend. Yesterday I received another letter from our friend Mr. Stetson renewing the invitation, and urging its acceptance, that we might commune together on the condition of the natio
Suicide. --Frank Stinson, a young man of violent passions, committed suicide in Hamilton, C. W., on the 22d ult., by shooting himself with a gun which had been presented to him by his father. He left a letter full of complaint and accusation against his father for the restraints which he had placed on him since he had become "of age."