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Further from Havana. --Running the Blockade from Fort Pickens.--The advices from Havana show that several vessels, from Confederate ports, have lately arrived there. A correspondent of the New York Post writes from Havana, December 6th, as follows: There must be some mistake in the statements of the New York and other Northern papers about the efficiency of the blockade. Three days ago the Confederate steamship Vanderbilt, Captain Smith, came into port with a valuable cargo of cothe U. S. consulate here that Col. Harvey Brown has been proving the range of his heavy, ordnance from Pickens, scaling his guns, &c., and searching the banks of the "Perdido" for safe crossing, to take Pensacola in the rear. Havana Markets, Dec. 6.--Sugars were dull. No. 12 sold for 8 reals per arroba. Stock on hand, 25,000. Molasses — No stock and no business. Freights--One American vessel had engaged 1,000 boxes for New York or Boston at 30 cts. per box. No business; many ves