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erwhelm 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 nation; but I cannot leave home, and deeply regret the necessity which compels me to decline it. I feel that I have been singularly unfortunate in never having had it in my power to accept any one of the numerous invitations to these Pilgrim meetings with which I have been honored; but necessity has no law, and I must submit. One thing that reconciles me to the disappointment i