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Associated Press dispatchesGeneral Grant's visit to the Rio Grands — pardon warrants — reception, by President Johnson, of General Talgar, Minister from Columbia. Washington, December 27. --It has been stated that General Grant is about to visit the Rio Grande. This is not true, however, as he will not extend his visit beyond New Orleans. For the first time since the surrender of Lee's army, no pardon warrants were issued by the Attorney-General to-day. Very few applications are now presented. The President is energetically engaged in disposing of all cases. General Talgar was to-day received by the President as Minister from Columbia. He stated that his Government was solicitous to foster and encourage friendly relations, binding it to the United States. The President reciprocated the expressions of friendship by him expresse
By Johnson's Independent Agency.from Washington-- preparing for Congressional action--General Grant's trips to the Rio Grande — Secretary Appointees who refuse to take the oath, &c. The Secretary of the Treasury is preparing bills in conformity with his recommendations to Congress, which he will soon send to the Ways and Means Committee for their consideration. A paragraph from Washington, published in a paper of yesterday morning, states that General Grant will sail immediately after the holidays, in the flagship of the Gulf squadron, for the Rio Grande, and that Commodore Winslow has sailed in the Champion, vies New Orleans, leaving his flagship behind for the General. This is one of a class of a paragraphs sent from here from time to time, which, taken together, are intended to create an impression that the Lieutenant-General intends to go at once to the Rio Grande, with special reference to Mexican difficulties, and an ulterior purpose of driving Maximilian from M
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