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Position of Gen. Scott.

Washington, April 20.
--On Friday, a Virginian here, in company with Robert Onid, the District Attorney, called on Gen. Scott.--The Virginian said:

‘"General, I have here in my hand the evidence of Virginia's secession. Do you intend to support your State."’

Gen.Scott, looking up, very petulantly replied:

‘"No sir; I intend to support the Stars and Stripes of my country."’ D.

[second Dispatch.]

Washington, April 20.P. M.-- Gen. Scott, it is said, is now on friendly terms, or even holds verbal communication, with three members of the Cabinet, viz: Seward, Chase and Cameron.

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