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,000 Contingencies of fortifications100,000 Total$4,710,000 Arrival of Gen.Scott in Paris — his meeting with his wife — their Domestic affairs, &c. From tndence, under date of November 26th, we extract the following: Ex-Lieutenant General Scott arrived here from Havre, which port he reached in the Arago on Sundatminster Hotel, in the Rue de la Paix, where, upon his arrival, he was met by Mrs. Scott, who has not seen him before in five or six years. General Scott and his wifeGeneral Scott and his wife, finding that their temper and modes of thought were not of an amicable character, "agreed to disagree," and concluded that as they could not love each other together, they would love each other apart. Most of that time Mrs. Scott has been residing in Europe, and has always manifested intense interest in her husband's movementshich some of our newly-fledged Ministers made such "Mugginses" of themselves, Mrs. Scott was present, and whenever an allusion was made to the General she seemed to b