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Henry S. Foote has relieved himself of his superfluous gas since his arrival in London by a publication in the journals of that city, in which he comes down in a hurricane of invective upon theit, for foreigners naturally ask, if these people love their country so, why did they leave it? Foote — garrulous old man — can do us no harm, for the simple reason that our cause never had any chance of good in England, and, if it had, a verbose highfalutin orator like Foote would not suite English taste, and would do us more mischief by advocating our cause than opposing it. Mr. Foote has hurMr. Foote has hurt himself more than any one else. We were all aware of his eccentricities, bordering on madness, but most of us thought him a man of truth, and believed him when he proclaimed himself an honest Conflf an honest Confederate patriot. He now entreats his constituents to "lose no time in returning to the bosom of the Federal Union." Let Mr. Foote remain sequestered for the rest of his existenc