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respondent of the N. O. Delta, writes to that paper the following letter: Havana, Sept. 18, 1861. Our communication is not quite as open and free as our hearts would desire; but such as it is through the mal-providence of Lincoln and his fraud dent blockade. I will endeavor to take full advantage. We have a midshipman of the Sumter here, who will get to his country and into active service again shortly.--Hicks, prize-master of the ship Jessie Maxwell, who was ordered "out of Cienfuegos within twenty-four hours, etc.," and who subsequently put his prize on shore to the westward of the port, and then claimed the right of shipwrecked persons for himself and crew, was allowed to come to Havana. The Consulate-General and the advisory corps of spies, which gathers there, do fill that comes within the reach of their power to obstruct the interests of the Confederate States of America; but fortunately their power is not in proportion to then intense malignity, and their action