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Gen'l Scott's health. --The health of Lieut.Gen. Scott (says the New York Journal of Commerce of Saturday) has improved much within a day or two, and will very soon, without doubt, be completely restored. The telegraphic summons from Washington, which gave rise to much newspaper comment, was not so urgent as to imperatively require the General's personal presence at the capital. It is understood that the order had no origin in the difficulties in South Carolina, or even in Kansas, but simply in the desire of the Secretary of War to consult with the General about some matters in the Secretary's forthcoming annual report.
The Secretary of war. --A special dispatch from Washington to the Charleston Mercury says that Secretary Floyd authorizes the denial of the statement which has been extensively published, to the effect that he has declared that he would resist, with the Federal troops, any attempts that might be made to seize the United States forts in the South.
iality and kindness have been expressed. His Royal Highness has not only been feted and entertained by the merchant princes of New York and Boston, but he has witnessed the triumphs of successful commerce in their ports, docks and storehouses; he has seen an American election, has reviewed American militia, and has visited many national establishments: West Point, where his Royal Highness made himself at home with the young cadets; Cambridge University, the Capital, and the birth-place of Washington. It was only in the slaveholding South that a mob had the indecency, by rude cries and vulgar curiosity to insult their visitor, whom they wished to entangle in some slavery discussion, not knowing that at the very time of the perpetration of this outrage the Queen of Great Britain was rewarding the great opponent of slavery and the slave trade by bestowing upon Lord Brougham an honor very rarely conferred. The visit of the Prince of Wales to the United States is a great political ev
From the South.the President's position--Florida Convention &c. Charleston, Dec. 2. --A special dispatch from Washington to the Courier, having a semi-official tone, says the President hopes South Carolina will appreciate the delicacy of his position, and not compel him to use force for the collection of the public revenue. The President will maintain the laws, collect the revenue, and protect the public property. Tallahassee, Fla., Dec. 2. --The Legislature has passed the bill for the assembling of a State Convention on the 3rd of January next. Milledgeville, Ga., Dec. 2. --The Bank bill, which passed the Legislature over the Governor's veto, authorizes a suspension of specie payments, and suspends legal processes on all debts till December, 1861. Augusta, Ga., Dec. 2. --It is understood that all the Banks in this city will suspend on Monday.