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t there is no doubt but that the difficulty will be settled without a war between England and the United States. It concludes thus: "The affair is complicated. Time alone can unravel it, and the utmost prudence on the part of the Administration will be necessary to avoid a war which may involve us with more than one European Power, while we are engaged in a life and death struggle for the preservation of the Union itself." Gen. Scott's return. From the Washington Star, of the 23d inst, we clip the following in relation to the purpose which induces old "Fuss and Feathers" to return so soon to the United States: The fact that Gen. Scott has so soon returned to the United States (in the Arago) is understood by his immediate friends here to have been the result of his belief that he possesses information, concerning the state of the affair of the Trent on the other side of the water, of importance to our Government; and therefore hastens here with it. It will b