From Washington

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“From Washington,” New York Daily Times, 29 June 1857, p. 1.

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From Washington

Return of General Cass—Changes in the Treasury Department—Southern Attacks upon Governor Walker and the Kansas Policy of the Administration, &c.

Special Dispatch to the New-York Daily Times

Washington, Sunday June 23
General Cass arrived here yesterday morning, and resumed his duties. He is looking remarkably well.
It is rumored that several changes will be made of head of Bureaus and clerks in the Treasury Department, which has caused a great fluttering and trepidation among the bees in the have. The Commission of Marshal Hoover does not expire till February next, consequently Mr. Beverly Tucker will not be received into the President’s household until that time, should a change be made.
The vituperative attack of the Mississippian and other ultra papers in the South, against Gov. Walker, of Kansas, are regarded as direct attack upon the Administration, by President Buchanan. It becomes the duty of our Southern Representatives of the Democratic conservative class to sustain Gov. Walker before the people, and thus give to the Administration that healthy support against the festering excrescences which fanatic are trying to beslime it with.
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