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e present attitude of some of the great Powers of Europe relative to the contemplated oligarchy of the South. The Secretary of War has granted a furlough to Major Anderson, who will soon visit Kentucky, his native State, where many of his relatives still reside. The Secretary has the subject of the promotion of Major Anderson under consideration, and has not yet determined what rank above his present to assign him, but probably it will be nothing less than Brigadier General. Secretary Cameron speaks in terms of the highest praise of the rapid movement made by General Butler, in advancing upon and holding his present position at the Relay House.--General Scott is not less enthusiastic in his compliments to General Butler and his officers and men. The greatest activity is going on in the War and Navy Departments, in the work of perfecting the details of encompassing and punishing the traitors who have thrown this country into its present condition. Another committee