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From Havana. We copy the following from recent letters from Havana: San Augustin det Pilmar, May 1, 1862.--We have just arrived here--eleven o'clock--and saved this place from the flames. Since we left IX tapa we have seen nothing but columns of smoke all the way. Three hundred horse-men, that were flying before us at a distance of about six miles, were burning everything before them, and all the farms and buts were burning as we passed them. This was done by order of Juarez, to prevent us from finding any support or resting place on the way. To prevent any more of these barbarous acts we sent a detachment of cavalry after them, and thus prevented their setting fire to this place; but our men succeeded in cutting down only one of their dragoons, as they fled with all speed. Guecholas. May 2, 1862--We arrived here at 10 o'clock this morning. The enemy continues to retreat. It is feared that General Wolt will not arrive here as soon as it was expected. We have just b