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An English Opinion Of General Scott

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Genei al Söott, the cor.queror oí' M t x - oo, has been ètignged lor tnonlhs past n preparing for ttf) aüack, and thure is small probability oí the enenrcy taking him by surpnso, It is underslooiï, morcüver, thatthe üabinet lias resolved to carry out bis jJlaa of oampairD ngainst the saoodeel States; mul inasmucli as no offioen lias yc-t been qnmtid to coinmnnd the Federal ormy in the field, if may be dseigned bh at the General shaii cv.ïvy out l;is plans in )ei!S(ii. I( so, we must prepare tnueh nbqee oí li i to, both ia Europo and in his own country. Lieultnanl General Wiiiiield Suott is by DO tnenns it popular coinmandar until the close oí the carapai.ti, for he nanoDUVers long, iights as liltle as pusaib'e, and wins onespectedly. It was so especially during thu war with Mexico, a nd we should not be Bbrprised, ii-o.n what we know of his past hmtory, to find the Southern arrny lying before Washington for two or tixrie weeks to como, and thü Northern pcople acousing him o! eowaidice and the i'residerit of pusülaniitiily. We havo üttla doubt, however, cí ihü ('nial result, eonsideiing the relatie; ieouioes oí the coolending1 parties, thü bitsig of their operations, aiiil, abovo nll, the et)U6e in whicli thev


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