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From the North. The Norfolk Day Book extracts the following from the New York Herald, of April 14th. We would remind our readers of the fact that the Herald announces the steamer to leave for Europe on Wednesday. This fact will explain the big lie about Island No.10. The Herald says: "A vague uneasiness with regard to the Merrimac and the success of Major-Gen. McClellan's operations on the Peninsula operates to check business" The British war ships from Vera Cruz have brought the great bulk of the English contingent from Mexico to Bermuda, who are said to be in a bad plight, suffering from yellow fever. The steamers Bermuda and Herald, under English colors, were recently loading at Bermuda with military stores, intending to run the blockade at some Southern port. The prisoners and property captured by Gen. Pope and Commodore Foote, at and in the vicinity of Island No.10, are summed up as follows:-- Major-General1 Brig.-Generals3 Colonels10 Lieut