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Gen.(Sumter) Anderson's Reasons for Resigning. --A gentleman who reached Bowling Green, Ky., a few days ago, relates the following conversation which occurred in Louisville between Gen. Anderson and himself: "General, I understand that you have resigned." "Yes, sir," replied the General, "my health is very bad, and it may be better to die in retirement the Anderson of Sumter," than to sustain a disastrous battle in my present position for the want of necessary supplies — soldiers and arms — from the Government I serve. " This is relia
From Washington. English Government agents along the Southern coast — Resignation of Scott.-- Gen. McClellan superseded. Washington, Nov. 1. --The Federal Government has information that the English Government has agents all along the Southern coast, buying all ship timber, and measures have been taken to put a stop to it immediately. Nashville, Nov. 4.--A special dispatch to the Union and American, from Bowling Green to-night, states that the Louisville Journal. of the 1st inst., had been received, which contained dispatches from Washington, which announced that Gen. Scott had resigned, and that his chief clerk had fled from Washington, taking with him all the coast surveys and other important papers. The dispatch also states that Gen. Halleck had superseded Gen. McClellan.