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General Scott's Opinions on the war. Early in the last year, when civil war seemed impending, but had no broken out, General Scott, then at the head of the United States army, wrote two paper sent to support the said fort. "Lieutenant General Scott avails himself of this opportunity al reconsidered by the Secretary. "Lieutenant-General Scott will further ask the attention of thessed the President as follows: "Lieutenant-General Scott begs the President of the United Staton. It is Sunday, the weather is bad, and General Scott is not well enough to go to church. "rgiveness. "Will the President permit General Scott, without reference to the War Department, same purpose as early as to-morrow. "General Scott will wait upon the President at any momentry 12th. Respectfully submitted, Winfield Scott. Headquarters of the army.Washington,giving the above paper, at the instance of General Scott, it may not be improper to publish the fol[3 more...]