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te Department. We found the Secretary — a short, plump oily little man in black, with a keen black eye, a Jew face, a yellow skin, curly black hair, closely trimmed black whiskers, and a ponderous gold watch-chain — in the north-west room of the United States Custom House. Over the door of this room were the words, State Department, and round its walls were hung a few maps and battle-plans. In one corner was a tier of shelves filled with books, among which I noticed Headley's, History, Lossing's Pictorial, Parton's Butler, Greeley's American conflict, a set of Frank Moore's Rebellion record, and a dozen numbers and several bound volumes of the Atlantic Monthly, and in the centre of the apartment was a black-walnut table, covered with green cloth, and filled with a multitude of state papers. At this table sat the Secretary. He rose as we entered, and, as Judge Ould introduced us, took our hands, and said: I am glad, very glad, to meet you, gentlemen. I have read your note