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The Daily Dispatch: December 21, 1865., [Electronic resource], President's message.--General Grant's report. (search)
ber of the community in which he has a home. From all the information in my possession, and from all that which I have recently derived from the most reliable authority, I am induced to cherish the belief that sectional animosity is surely and rapidly merging itself into a spirit of nationality, and that representation, connected with a properly-adjusted system of taxation, will result in a harmonious restoration of the relation of the States to the National Union. The report of Carl Schurz is herewith transmitted, as requested by the Senate. No reports from the Hon. John Covode have been received by the President. The attention of the Senate is invited to the accompanying report from Lieutenant-General Grant, who recently made a tour of inspection through several of the States whose inhabitants participated in the rebellion. Andrew Johnson. Washington, December 18, 1865. General Grant's report. Headquartersarmies of the United States. Washington, D. C., Dece
The Daily Dispatch: December 21, 1865., [Electronic resource], President's message.--General Grant's report. (search)
effect of the President's message and General Grant's report — Carl Schurz's report--Southern representation--Mr. Harris--Appropriations to be cut down--Naval Academy--tariff, &c. Washington, December 20. --The President's message and General Grant's report on the condition of affairs in the South are having a very marked effect in both Houses, though the radicals see nothing in it to change their views. Carl Schurz's report, sent yesterday to the Senate, is quite Carl Schurz's report, sent yesterday to the Senate, is quite minute, and takes pretty strong ground against trusting the affected loyalty of the Southern people. He differs from General Grant in his rose-colored report, and is not so much in favor of immediate restoration as General Howard. The Clerk of the House of Representatives has received certificates of election of Southern members only from North Carolina, 7; Louisiana, 4; Mississippi, 2; Tennessee, 7; Virginia, 6, and Arkansas, 1. Some of these have been referred to the select committee.