nd have obtained it. [Applause.] I am again your General.
[Renewed applause.] I was not in the last fight; but it was not my fault.
In the next one I hope to lead you."]
It is understood that, at the instance of these paroled prisoners of war, General Sickles to- day endeavored to induce the War Department to make an arrangement for their immediate exchange, that they may rejoin their several regiments.
He himself will at once go forward to the seat of war.
The killing of Hon. Roberto Scott--the Yankee version of the affair.
In the Yankee House of Representatives a communication had been received from the Secretary of War, in answer to a resolution, enclosing a report from Gen. Geary in tion to the murder of the Hon. Robert E. Scott and Mr. Matthews, who were killed between Warrenton and Salem, Va., A Northern paper gives the following summary of the report:
The report states that an armed party, headed by Mr. Scott and a Mr. Matthews, went to arrest two soldiers