iv ew York, Jan. 13. The message of Gover nor Parker, of New Jersey, delivered to-day, discusses the question of paeification. He says the war should be proseouted by all constitutional meaus to destroy the power of rebellion, and for the re establishment of the.uational autliority over the whole country. He disapproves of the plan of the President's auinesty proelamation, arguing for conciliatory measures, and a restoration of State governments as tbey existed bcfore the rebellion. He also disapproves of tbe emancipation proclamation, and regardg it as an obstacle in tbe way of p,eace.-r: The war should be pro.longed no longer than is neoessary to e&ct ita legitímate object, and the Governor sirgues at length that the old Foion, and &ld Constitution alon? are its legitimati. objegis.