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Message of Governor Letcher. At the opening of the session of the Legislature yesterday the message of the Governor was read. It is characterized by that excellent sense and clear judgment which all of the State papers emanating, from him have evinced, and we regret that the reduced size of our papers will not permit us to give it in full. As to do that is impossible we give a synopsis of its contents. He commences with an eloquent allusion to the victories which have been achieved by our arms during the past year. Reconstruction. In after times, the origin, progress, and results of this revolution will furnish a theme for curious speculation and inquiry. It will be a matter of amazement that a Government great and noble as ours was, should have been sacrificed to the fell spirit of a wild and reckless fanaticism; that a large portion of the people should have been thought and so wicked as to make war upon the institutions of a minority, and drive them into revolutio