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Governor Foote. The Philadelphia Inquirer and other Federal journals give our friend, Governor Foote, anGovernor Foote, an indifferent welcome. The intention which he announced in Congress of "seeking some sequestered spot where thainly that spot is not the United States. Perhaps Mr. Foote said sequestrated, not sequestered. In that eventan is the very man for his money. We think if Mr. Foote ever expressed any desire in Congress to go to the only to call at the captain's office and settle. Mr. Foote, we believe, has considerable property in the Unit, however, does not see the point. It thinks that Mr. Foote only desires to be sequestered, and recommends theson. " If this recommendation is carried out, Mr. Foote, late of the Confederate Capitol, will have made anths to repeat him, was slow of speech compared with Foote. On the whole, let us hope that Mr. Foote will Mr. Foote will go to England. The United States is no place for emigrating Confederates. He will find a good many heart-brok