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Late and interesting news from Havana. the arrival of our Commissioners — great attention paid them — flag presentation — the order for Intercepting the "Trent," &c. [special correspondence of the N. O. Delta.] Havana, Nov. 9, 1861. --The Commissioners of the Confederate States, as you have learned, arrived here safely by the steamer Theodora, and left on the British mail steamer Trent for Southampton via St. Thomas. The party were treated with attention and most respectful consideration by our community, from the palace, through our polished and intellectual circles, and in all, evident sympathies were manifested with the cause and the nationality they represent. A large concourse of our most respectable people escorted them to the wharf and accompanied them on board ship from their quarters in the Hotel Cubano, kept by Mrs. Sarah E. Barrow, of Tennessee, which is the headquarters of "Dixie" in Cuba. Col. Chas. J. Helm arrived here by a British steame<