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st ten years, and so quietly and unostentatiously was it made, that comparatively few knew of it. General Grant, before leaving New York, called on the veteran General Scott. These, the only two lieutenant-generals of the Republic, had a very interesting conference, and, just before they separated, General Scott wrote on the fly-lGeneral Scott wrote on the fly-leaf of a copy of his autobiography, "From the oldest to the ablest general in the world, " and presented it to General Grant. The capture of Butler's picket line in Chesterfield. A letter to the New York Tribune, from the lines near Bermuda, says: In a dispatch of that date, I mentioned that, on the evening of the 1dying the combined Administration and Peace sentiment, are certainly going to Richmond to offer the rebels terms of reconciliation and peace. Another is, that General Scott will be sent; and a third, that an eminent member of the Cabinet will accompany him. I suppose there are some people here and there who can be found to give ea