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for the present. General Grant purchased and paid for his dwelling-house in Washington last month, for which he gave thirty thousand dollars. The statement that it was given him is untrue. Secretary McCulloch is not disposed to accept the offer of the banks of a temporary loan of one hundred million of dollars, and will probably adopt the usual mode of getting funds. Mr. Hooper, of the Ways and Means Committee, is in confidence with the Secretary in regard to the matter. Governor Sharkey, of Mississippi, has just arrived here. He reports favorably respecting the condition of affairs throughout the South. Unless the test oath is repealed, not more than four of the Southern representatives can be admitted to Congress. Two English detectives have arrived here for the purpose of procuring information of Fenian movements. The adjournment of the Legislature of Louisiana is said to have been hastened by the uncertainty which prevailed upon the whole subject of rest