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Departure of paroled United States officers. --We noticed the arrival here, some six weeks since, of Colonel Bunford, Captain Bliss, and Lieutenant Van Horn, of the Sixth Infantry, U. S. A., who surrendered themselves prisoners of war last summer in Texas to Colonel Eart Van Dorn, of the C. S. A., and who were paroled to return to the North as soon as opportunity should afford. They came on by themselves, in accordance with the requirements of their parole, and reporting to General Winder, were assigned comfortable quarters at Castle Godwin. They remained there until yesterday, when, all things being in readiness for their departure, they were escorted by the officer in charge of Castle Godwin (Captain G. W. Alexander of Maryland,) to the Petersburg care, where they were received by Lieutenant Winder, and delivered to Lieutenant Porter, to be escorted to Norfolk and sent to Fortress Monroe via flag of truce. Before leaving, aided these officers expressed themselves highly gra