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of the New York Tribune. No one knows better than Wingfield Scott that the ashes of Washington are dearer to those bandson despot now uses the term. No one knows better than Wingfield Scott that the people of the South are not the vandals and bheld by refusing to be a "rebel," and holding on, like Wingfield Scott, to the loaves and fishes. He might have had any rank, and what Scott will appreciate equally, any emolument, if he had stood by the King and deserted his country. But, like Most of Washington! Did Washington ever think of self, and did Scott ever think of anything else? Did Washington ever hesitate ifices, and is it not dollars and cents alone that has made Scott a traitor to Virginia? It is his salary as Lieutenant-Genecism and love of gold, save only Benedict Arnold, who, like Scott, was bought with a price, has reached the sordid and heartl of mankind must be be slavered with the slimy adulation of Edward Everett, and his sepulchre guarded by the traitor Scott!
wledge when we say, that while the country has been wickedly made to believe that the time of the Administration has been occupied with the disposal of offices, four fifths of all the hours spent in consultation by the Cabinet have been devoted to the consideration of the all important question — how to save Fort Sumter and avert from the Government the dishonor of abandoning it to the miserable traitors who for months have been in open rebellion against the authority of the Government? Generals Scott and Totten, and all the military and naval chiefs at Washington, have been consulted; every plan which military science could conceive or military during suggest, has been attentively considered and maturely weighed, with a hope at least that the work of the traitor Buchanan was not so complete as he and his associates supposed. But all in vain. There stands the isolated, naked fact--Fort Sumter cannot be relieved because of the treason of the late Administration, and Major Anderson an