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Washington news. The attendance of visitors at the White House Tuesday was mostly confined to a few prominent officials, including Generals Grant, Kilpatrick, Howard, Logan, and Senators Guthrie and Wilson, Hon. Daniel S. Dickinson, Judge Swayne, of the Supreme Court, and Mr. Trenholm late Secretary of the Treasury of the Confederate States. The President gave audiences to them all. None of the new committees got into working order to-day, although there is a large amount of business already referred to them. The House Judiciary Committee have six new propositions before them to amend the Constitution of the United States. Several prominent New Jersey Republican politicians are here, urging the Senate Judiciary Committee to make an early decision in the case of Senator Stockton, of that State. The Senate has two precedents, one for and the other against the issue involved in this case. Senator Collamer's death will be announced in both Houses on Thursday, and th
ria and Washington, and read the reports of their principals, with such remarks as were appended by the superintendent, which showed them to be in a most satisfactory condition, under the direction of Miss White and Miss Howe. "One in particular, held in the Old African Church of Richmond, had seven hundred day scholars; an evening school was attached for the older and more advanced scholars; a sort of high school, under the direction of Miss Hancock, for preparation of colored teachers. Miss Hancock has two assistant (colored), aged twelve and fifteen respectively. The school was entirely self-sustaining, the teaching being gratuitous. "General Howard had promised that no distinction should be made in regard to the peculiar belief of the teachers, but that they should be given every assistance in his power. "At the conclusion, a very generous contribution was taken up." Mr. Clayton also stated that the Government was now doing nothing to sustain these schools.
Nash, William R. Coleman, William J. White, William T. Kendrick, Dudley Gilman, William A. Southall, William H. Tyree, Benj. J. Tapscott, Christian E. Heckler, Wm. T. Palmer, Charles H. Sweeney, Lorezo Froney, K. O'Dwyer, John M. Reins, Robert Blackburn, Thomas Clemmitt, Carter Ball, T. T. Taylor, William N. Hall, Fleming Phillips, D. McAlister, C. J. Weeks, D. D. Munroe, Michael Cullen, J. H. Franklin, R. E. Quarles, George Hicks, Robert Franklin, Charles W. Harwood, William A. Trueheart, William R. Cauthorn, James McGraw, R. M. Chamberlayne, B. F. Howard, J. H. James, Marcellus Hicks, William H. Howard, Pleasant Orange, A. Orange, Joseph Morris, L. M. Jude, Robert G. Smith, R. T. Smith and W. M. Woodward. Major Claiborne, Chief of Police, informs us that as soon as he can obtain the necessary arms, badge and baton for his officers and men they will immediately be put upon duty. These have been telegraphed for, and will probably be received in the course of the present week.