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the temper of the Southern States, and the policy of restoring them to the Union, he expected to receive the report of Carl Schurz alone. That worthy had already written out his views according to order, and they were precisely such as Sumner wanted. Indeed, he knew what was in the report, for he had been constantly communicating with Schurz. That individual is a German, with no acquaintance with the Southern people. He came, as they supposed, on a spying expedition, and they would have nothdecided, quite as clear, and even more to the purpose. Last came a long, lumbering, prosy report of all the lies that Carl Schurz had heard in the South, stuffed full of malice, and reeking with necrophilism. The Senate was electrified by the repol Grant. It was spread to all quarters of the United States as fast as the telegraph could send it. It could not stand Carl Schurz, but ordered his report to be printed. And printed it is; this report of a German, sent here for the express purpose