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eral Government is, undoubtedly, that originally recommended by General Scott, which was the occupation of the Mississippi Valley and the bisugh Tennessee and Georgia. We have not before us the letter of General Scott to Lincoln, in which he laid down his plans in detail, but, as nd hot haste of the Federal Government rejected the counsels of General Scott at the beginning, but experience compelled them to adopt, in the end, the programme of Scott, who, they have discovered, is, after all, their greatest general. Vain as a peacock, and an incredible egotis, in such a territory as ours, subjugation is possible. To General Scott, a son of Virginia, belongs the unenviable glory of every effichands have simply embodied in stone and wood. We recognize in Wingfield Scott, of Virginia, the military master spirit of the Federal War, acome out of this contest with no stain upon her ancestral glories, and will try to forget that she ever bore such a son as Wingfield Scott.