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Additional details of Foreign News. The Atlantic cable — operations to be Resumed in June--the submerged Wire in perfect order. Mr. George Seaward, General Superintendent of the Atlantic Telegraph Company, publishes the following letter in the London Times, December 12: In the review of the work by Dr. W. H. Russell on the subject of the Atlantic Telegraph Expedition in 1865, which appears in your columns this day, the expedition referred to is spoken of as "the late, and possibly, for some time to come, as the last Atlantic expedition." In making use of this expression the writer was necessarily unaware of events which have recently transpired, and I am, therefore, instructed to ask of you the favor to allow me to state that the arrangements of the directors as to new capital are now completed, that several hundred miles of the core, or interior portion of the cable, are completed, andthat the Great Eastern is chartered to go to sea in June, 1866, for the double purpo