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Southern Representation — the latest news from Washington. We had prepared for yesterday's paper an interesting resume of the opinions and speculations current in Washington city on this subject, but the article was unfortunately omitted. We allude to it now merely as affording us a reason for stating to-day that Senator Doolittle, of Wisconsin; Hon. H. J. Raymond, of New York city, Mr. Seward's right- hand man, and Horace Greeley, all of them great lights of the Republican party, seem to be strongly disposed to sustain the President in his reconstruction policy, and that the Conservatives are flushed with the hope that the consequence must be either the admission of the Southern members who can take the oath or a disruption of the Radical party; for it is certain that such men must control many of less note. Below we give all the paragraphs from our latest exchanges which are calculated to throw any light upon the question. The Baltimore Sun's correspondence contains the