Future action of the President.
--It is rumored in well-informed circles that the President
will withdraw the Provisional Governors
of the several States as soon as the Constitutional Amendment
is adopted, the freedmen given the right to testify, and the rebel debt and act of secession declared null and void.
The military force will then be withdrawn, and the Freedmen's Bureau
also withdrawn as soon as the proper spirit is shown to give the freedmen a fair trial.
That he then considers the work of reconstruction complete, and he cannot but recognise them as States upon an equal footing with the Northern States
; that war will be declared at an end. Large numbers of those now excluded in the Amnesty Proclamation
will be pardoned by another proclamation.-- Associated Press Dispatch.