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Ball of American Navy officers. --On the night of the 19th ult., the officers of the United States squadron at Panama gave a ball in the Cabildo, which was the most elegant one ever witnessed there. The large vala of the Cabildo was decorated in an exceedingly tasteful style, being entirely tapestried with the flags of different nations, those of the United States, Great Britain. France and New Granada forming a canopy; the supper and refreshment rooms, balcony and stairway, were decorated in a similar manner, the whole presenting a most brilliant display. The band of the Lancaster was in attendance, a gallery having been fitted up for them at the end of the sale. There were nearly sixty ladies, and, upward of a hundred gentlemen present. Among the guests were the Governor of the State, the Intendant, and other authorities of Panama; the Consuls of Great Britain, United States, Peru and Venezuela; the flag officers and commanders of the United States Navy in port, the co