of little gentleman ! what one. n ? and carriage saying to on to being ; I am. President Johnson and Thaddeus Stevens. Stevens. A Washington letter- writer, giving, -a description of General Grant's late reception, reception, says : -_, The President and Thaddeua Stevens" met during the evening -- not with aruvfd weapons, but with bland smiles and warm hand grasps, and an interchanged solid courtesies with apparent cordiality. As MrP^Stevens took the President by the handj he kindly inquired after his (Stevens) health, and then gave him an introduction to Mrs. Grant, who stood on tha -right the President. The scene excited great interest interest and attention among the throng of Visitors, and a general admiration was ei- pressed at the graceful manner with which these two distinguished, belligerents 'met and ezehangfd salutatibna.. Much" pleas- ant raillery met the the Parliamentary^warrior Parliamentary^warrior dnring the evening and next day/.on^ account of this last episode between thW President, who is at the head oÂ£ _the Government, Government, and the distinguished member of Congress from Pennsylvania, wbom' j Democrats declare to be "the autocrat the House and the Government de facto." Ir v Slevens won a new laurel in this social collision with the President of the United States.