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From Washington. [special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Washington, Dec. 28, 1860. It is believed that Col. Anderson acted under orders from Gen. Scott; but this is denied by the General and the Administration, also. One thing is well known here, viz., that Gen. Scott is in favor of immediate force, even to the extenGen. Scott is in favor of immediate force, even to the extent of sending large bodies of Federal troops into all of the Southern States. As a military man, it is natural he should urge strict obedience to the government; and, having lived so long in the North, his sympathies are enlisted there, rather than on the side of his native State and the South. Civil war is as certain, in my
rper's Ferry raid has put us on a war footing, and events have kept us so. In the U. S. army we have the greatest military genius of the age — so pronounced by General Scott and all the army officers.
I mean Major General Lee.
He is a son of Virginia, and will be true to her. At home, in Richmond, you have one of the finest Regim