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Ex-Lieutenant General Scott. --"Personne," the army of the Potomac correspondent of the Charleston Courier, in alluding to the general conduct of the Federal invasion thus far, uses the following language in regard to the ability of Scott for carrying on the war. The letter was sent before the writer was aware of the old peacock's resignation: It is one of those grand schemes which have generated in the brain of Winfield Scott. His was the mind which so admirably planned the attack upon Manassas and the concentration of armies in Western Virginia, and upon the Peninsula, the establishment of the cordon of soldiers which now extends along the line of the border States, the occupation of Maryland, and indeed all the movements — magnificent in everything but their success — which have been made during this struggle. Say what you will, Scott is anything but the old, effete, worn out gouty individual which we all wish him to be, and justice as well as facts compel us to ac