Tlie Washington correspondent of tlie N. Y. World says : " Secrctary Seward's ' last words' in Washington bofore leaving l'or Auhurn are reporied to have been to the lullowing effect - that the ODOntrv would liave been butter by three disastrous defeats - that of the Popo onmpaign, the Burnside slaughter, and Ilooker's wildwness fight - it' Gen. MoClellan had been left in conimmnnd of the Arniy of the Potomac and let alone." Mrg. Partington says there must be n "rent rsinny ctiildl'en killed vn Uio battfe fiolJ, as ihere are always so many sinall arma found after a ingiet ;_ 8dF" Mnh-'s po'.vcr culiriiiintos in comraad ;ind ín tnajesty j but wuiml's iïi supplication aml tours. .C:iSr Flowers ara thu children of sucehine and ebowerd.