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A Reminiscence of Gen Scott. --At the present time, when Winfield Scott is aiding and abetting in the enslavement of the people of his native State, the following speech, delivered by him on the occasion of his reception by the Legislature of Virginia, in February, 1858, is not without interest: Mr. President and Senators: I cannot give expression to the deep emotions of pleasure which I experience at this reception in my native State. Little did I expect to meet with such honors here, and from you. I find myself in the midst of my countrymen — my dear countrymen — natives of the State which was the cradle of my first hopes, my first ambition. In my long career — more remarkable, perhaps, for its length than its brilliancy — I have ever felt the responsibility inherited by my birth. I have always said, "What will Virginia say of me?" and when, in the course of my public life, I have always remembered, at its most important points, that I bore a portion of her honor upo