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only the tomb, but also the house, the groves and walks which were so loved by the best and greatest of men. Winfield Scott. Gen. Scott Refuses to Obey a writ of habeas corpus. The Purcell McQuillan habeas corpus case was again before Judge Betts, in the U. S. District Court in New York, on Wednesday, but the Judge summarily disposed of it by throwing the whole responsibility on the shoulders of Gen. Scott. McQuillan, as the reader is aware, was arrested on the charge of being a rebelton and Lafayette, to return to writ in case of Purcell McQuillan, that he begs leave to decline obeying the writ at this time. Winfield Scott. A great deal of discussion followed between the District Attorney and prisoner's counsel, but Judge Betts cut it short by declaring that in times like these he thought the military arm of the Government ought to be strengthened rather than weakened, and hence, without passing judgment in the case one way or another, he thought it most advisable f