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last night, inclines me to the belief that there is something in the wind, probably in the nature ofcoup d'etat when the time for counting the vote of the Electoral College arrives. But the aforesaid Senators will hardly be a party to it. Scott and Buchanan have had a quarrel because the former can't have his own way about piling company after company of soldiers upon this devoted city. Three hundred are here now, with I know not how many batteries of flying artillery. A camp is to beto the Union is being administered to the militia of the District. It is expected that all the clerks will have to take a similar oath, and so we are having a merry time here. In this connection, it may not be amiss to state that however much Gen Scott may love Virginia, he has taken special pains not to visit any of her representatives during his present sojourn in Washington. Heretofore, he has been invariably quite social and intimate with them. The nomination of Messrs. Randolph, St