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s of our infantry then recrossed the Rapidan. Gen Scott on the War — Things not so bright for the Union--Jat paper, from New York, an account of a visit to Gen. Scott. He has broken up housekeeping, we are informed,r floor, furnished in a style suited to his rank, Gen. Scott has his headquarters. His rooms are such as a mihe home and declining years of the invalid hero. Gen. Scott is a great favorite of the ladies. Every day rarvilization would revolt at it. In the judgment of Gen. Scott, it would be better to offer pardon to the great hment for the leaders only.--More than a year ago Gen. Scott supposed that Corinth and Richmond would be taken the subject of one or more Cabinet meetings, and Gen. Scott is confident that when the war is over the plan wtlement. Of Gen. McClellan's military career Gen. Scott declines to speak--first, because he recommended McDowell, or the interference of the Government, General Scott declined to give an opinion. Of Gens. Burns
ecial meeting of the Council was held at the City Hall yesterday at 4 o'clock. Present; Messrs. Saunders, (President,) Walker, Burr, Crutchfield, Glazebrook, Epps, Scott, Denoon, and Griffin. Mr. Burr, from the Committee on Public Grounds and Buildings, to whom had been referred a communication from the Governor offering to pution from the Governor. Your committee therefore recommend that the Council respectfully decline to make sale of the grounds on Gamble's Hill. On motion of Mr. Scott, the report was adopted. Mr. Burr, from the Committee on Finance, laid before the Council the report of that Committee, showing the receipts and disbursemenat large in the city. Resolved, That said Committee confer with the Confederate authorities, and respectfully request them not to turn loose upon this community any more paroled prisoners. The following gentlemen were appointed as the committee: Messrs. Glazebrook, Hill, and Scott. On motion, the Council adjourned.