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and General M'Clellan. A lengthy consultation was held to-day between the President, Major-Gen. McClellan, and Col. Scott, Assistant Secretary of War. Affairs along the lines. The army ton. Many of the regiments have attained marked proficiency in drill. The intelligence that Gen. McClellan has assumed entire control of the Union army of the Potomac was received with great enthusiaot been kept posted as to the purposes of the Government, and are at great loss to know what Gen. McClellan intends to do, and at what point the blow is to be struck that they are sure will fall upon and also the War and Post-Office Departments, the former by Mr. Canfield, and the latter by Mr. McClellan, the Second Assistant Postmaster General. General M'Clellan's body guard. Captain Barker, of Gen. McClellan's body guard, has been promoted to Major, and authorized to increase his command to a squadron. The command has been increased up to the standard, viz: 200 men, and is in fin
op Mclivaine, Protestant Episcopal Church of Ohio, and the Hon. Edward Everett, of Massachusetts. The simultaneous visit of these gentlemen to Europe seems to be made with the approval of the Government, as they all have recently been here in consultation with the President and Cabinet. Gen. Scott on the war. New York, Nov. 8. --Lieutenant-General Scott received the members of the Chamber of Commerce and the Union Defence Committee to-day. He spoke highly of the President, Gen. McClellan, and General Hallock, saying that under the command of the two latter, and the Brigadier Generals, he had no doubt our armies would be led to victory, and he had also no doubt they would achieve an honorable peace within a few months. Destructive fire at St. Louis. St. Louis, Nov. 7. --The bagging factory of John Bull, at the corner of Mullaughly st., and the levee, with about 1,000 bales of hemp, was burned this morning. The loss amounted to about $120,000, on which there