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There is no impediment on our side. I could deliver and receive every one of them in a very short time, if they will deliver those they hold. We have lost some two weeks lately on account of the ice in the river. Affairs in New York — Henry S. Foote gone to Europe. A letter from New York, dated the 11th instant, says: One of the principal topics of conversation just now is the raid on bounty jumpers and brokers, which was commenced by Colonel Baker, by order of the War Departmeunt, and the former was sent to keep company with the other member of his firm. I think I shall be able to send you some startling revelations in a few days. Among the passengers for Liverpool by the steamer City of Cork, to-day, is a Mr. Henry S. Foote. The quid nunes are conjecturing whether this is not the notorious ex-rebel Congressman of that name, who left Richmond awhile ago in search of "some sequestered spot where tyranny and taxation are unknown." The report was that he had bee