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to tell you all about them. Now, I can only remark, that it had nothing whatever to do with making or unmaking any General in the country. (Laughter and applause.) The Secretary of War, you know, holds a pretty tight rein on the press, so that they shall not tell more than they ought to; and I'm afraid that if I blab too much, he might draw a tight rein on me." (Roars of laughter and loud applause, during which the President retired within the car.) The train slowly moved off a moment afterward, in charge of Mr. Woodruff, who stood upon the front platform of the back our and called for "three cheers for the President of the United States." The call was vigorously responded to, and the compliment was acknowledged by the President, by standing up and removing his hat. By this time the train was rapidly moving away, and the crowd dispersed. Gen. Scott, on arriving on the New York was driven to his hotel, where he will remain till afternoon, when he will return to West Point.