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General, and I'll tell ye. If I had me way wid em, I'd put all them Secesh — of — in a house, and I'd fill the house up wid straw, and I'd set the straw on fire, and burn 'em all to--,d — m 'em." The General smiled, and walked on. From Pope's army. A dispatch from Pope's army, dated July 29th, says that scouting parties are sent out dally, and that it is ascertained that Ewell, with from 20,000 to 30,000 men, is reported to be "in force from Gordonsville through Orange C. H. to Stanardsville." There was a review of Gen. Banks army corps on the 28th at Little Washington, at which the "magnificent artillery arm" attracted much attention. --No trade is allowed between Washington and Pope's lines. From the West. The Cincinnati Commercial, in alluding to the fact that two companies of the 2d Kentucky regiment were captured on Monday of last week, by Forrest's cavalry, on the road between Nashville and Murfreesboro', thinks that "it is high time that some of the squads of<