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urse the same would be conceded to the Tennessee Senators should they wish to avail themselves of it. General Clingman. Ex-Senator Clingman, of North Carolina, appeared on the floor of the Senate this morning, and received the congratulations of friends. He is rapidly recovering from the severe would which he received during the war. Presidential Visitors--General Butler. Quite a number of gentlemen called and had a conference to-day with the President. Senators Conness, Sprague and others spent a short time in consultation with him. Rev. Henry Ward Beecher was also present at an interview, which was quite protracted. General Butler was awaiting to communicate with the President. It is stated that the General, being now out of the army, and not liable to the charge of insubordination, intends to launch a violent philippic at General Grant for his strictures upon his military career. When the doors closed, at three P. M., there were about one hundred and fifty pe