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Reply of James Buchanan to the Statements of Gen. Scott. James Buchanan, the "old pub. func.," ided over the late United States, has seen General Scott's long explanation published in the Nationriginal and supplementary, were published by Gen. Scott in the National Intelligencer, of January 18mpossible to collect the revenue. IV. General Scott's statements allege that "the Brooklyn, wiy a singular want of memory on the part of General Scott. It is scarcely credible that this very jss. Under these changed circumstances, Gen. Scott, by note, on Sunday, 30th December, addresse President: "Will the President permit Gen. Scott, without reference to the War Department, anwhich he now complains, was by the advice of Gen. Scott himself? I have never heard this doubted uneft New York, a telegram was dispatched by General Scott to Colonel Scott to countermand her departColonel Scott to countermand her departure; but it did not reach its destination until after she had gone to sea. The reason for this coun[23 more...]