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tting out of patience with Scott. We like the spirit of Congress We want the rebellion crushed and the traitors hung. and the sooner, the better. Burg has been plenty at the South; pluck is lacking. We want it understood that we acknowledge he inferiority at the North. I still hope you will move on and conquer Richmond before you return--But the hope is faint !"I must give this old man some credit for kindly feeling, for he only wishes that the Foreign in the House of Congress were "at Wethersfield, working for a living!" A friend at wilton waxes warm and even wroth, perhaps having imbibed too much during "the glorious 4th of July," which he tells his friend had passed over. Then, as if to "improve the occasion,"--after the manner of some divines,--he dashes off into interrogatory eloquence, to which he himself replies: "What," he indignantly asks, "did we celebrate the 4th of July for ? In commemoration of our freedom(italicized) from British chains ? I ask are was free peop