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at Gen. Scott has so soon returned to the United States (in the Arago) is understood by his immediate friends here to have been the result of his belief that he possesses information, concerning the state of the affair of the Trent on the other side of the water, of importance to our Government; and therefore hastens here with it. It will be remembered that our avoidance of a collision with England on two former occasions --in that of the northeastern boundary difficulty, and that of Gen. Harney's imbroglio — was due in great part to Gen. Scott's personal efforts to settle the questions then in issue between the two Governments peaceably. He doubtless hopes — we trust justly — that in this case his prospective similar exertions may fulminate as happily. The mass of the people of both countries wish him "God speed" in this labor of exalted humanity. Important from Missouri — bridge Burning by the Confederates--Success of the expedition sent to Lexington,&c. St. Charles,