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Washington Items. Prospect of the success of the President's policy. There are strong indications that Congress will re-assemble on the 9th of January (for, practically, the recess will-last till then,) in a better frame of mind as regards the admission of the Southern members. There is an open rebellion in the Republican camp against the exclusive policy of Mr. Thaddeus Stevens. The elements, sufficient to defeat that policy in the House, already exist there. All that is wanted is a lhe President, and he gave them such encouragement as leads them to believe that they will all be admitted before the close of this session, and some of them, those from Tennessee, Arkansas and Virginia, at a very early period. Soon after the 9th of January an attempt will be made to refer the credentials of these members to the Committee on Elections. If this attempt is successful, the battle, is won; for that committee will report favorably to their admission, and the action of the House will