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Affairs in New York. --A letter from New York, dated the 14th inst., gives the following intelligence from that metropolis of Yankees: The iron-clad Manhattan was launched from Secor's yard, Jersey City, this morning, in the presence of several thousand spectators, among whom were noted Admirals Farragut and Gregory, Chief Engineer Stimers, and a number of officers from the Russian and French fleets. --The vessel was christened by Miss Gregory, grand-daughter of the Admiral, after which the "monster" glided into the water without the slightest mishap and amidst the cheers of the multitude. The dimensions of the Manhattan are as follows: Extreme length over armor, 235 feet; length outside of stern post, 160 feet; extreme beam over armor, 46 feet; depth of hold, 13 feet. It is expected that the Manhattan will be ready for sea say about the 15th of November. The one hundred and sixty rebel officers who were sent on here from New Orleans by the steamer Evening Star, were