VVith the exeeption ut a hule punclÃ¼Ã¡tipn, to render it intelÃgible, the fullowing leiter is au exact cupy oÃ une laken out of the Doad Lcter Ã¼slicc, at Washington. The anxicty ot'Ã¼iepuoi' slave wii'o, expressed witli nmch quiet sudacss, is exicedingly touching. tnakes the heart ach o lu think Ã¼uU lliid letter, as vyell as the others slio uroie, never reacheil ita dcslination. 'J'he inturohange ui suul hy writmg, is among the biessingd dciiicd the puur boiuluen. it woulJ uot bc suio ipr.lbcir tnusters. Richmond Va., Oct.27, 1S-10. Dear Jluband -.-'Vhis is the third leto ter that I have written lo you, and have not reccived auy unswer ironi you. 1 ihink vcry h.ird of it. Tho nader has been hÃ¨rÃ© (hiec times lo Look ui inc. I wish lh.it you would try lo see f }ju can gelÃ¼tiv Ã¼tie lo buy me uji there. ifyou doi:t yome down herc tliis smui:iy, perliaps you wonl Eee me any myre. fi,ive iny ove to them uil, and lel 1 iheai Ã¡ll th;'.t perhaps 1 shan'tsoe y.ou any more rive my lovc to your Ã¼iuilier m particular and tu miÃmy wines, and to aunt belsy, and all the chÃ¼drcn; teil Jane and Mot lier liicy must cume down a l'urtnight befure c!m istinas. I wish to fcee you ail, but I expect T never shaii see you uil - never no more. , 1 reniain your Dear and ffiÃciionnÃo Wife.