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gn correspondents. Below we furnish several extracts taken from them: From Havana — the steamer Theodora--our Commissioners entertained, &c. The Havana correHavana correspondence of the New York Herald, dated Oct. 25, says: Your correspondent doubtless will have informed you of the steamer Theodora, which arrived at Havana a feHavana a few days ago from Charleston, S. C., with some fifty passengers on board, many of them bound for Europe, ex-Senator Mason, of Virginia, being among these latter. I saw here that she had some designs on the Columbia. The day the Karuak arrived at Havana there arrived also a vessel from New Orleans with the news of a naval ength. Affairs in the United States is the constant theme of conversation in Havana, and though I find a great deal of sympathy expressed for the South, yet there ch keeps the machinery of the world in proper working order. The health of Havana is good. The Theodora reported caught, not confirmed. The rebel commissioners