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General Scott. --General Scott, who was the chosen instrument of driving the Southern leaders to death or exile, is about realizing in his own person the fate that he expected to visit upon others. He has made several speeches in New York latGeneral Scott, who was the chosen instrument of driving the Southern leaders to death or exile, is about realizing in his own person the fate that he expected to visit upon others. He has made several speeches in New York lately, eminently egotistical, as is everything that he writes, in which he reports himself as suffering from a complication of physical disorders, any one of which, at his time of life, would be likely to prove fatal. He is about to depart for Europetroubles is the very man who was relied upon as the chief agent for compelling Southern patriots to leave their country. Scott never deserted a prosperous cause. He has the instinct of self preservation in a degree that even those rebel diseases, o, and dropsy, could never overcome. The battle of Manassas punctured the greatest military bladder of the age, deprived Scott of the Lieutenant Generalship and has compelled him to leave the country. He goes to air his decayed reputation in Europ