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The Monitor fleet-reports from Havana Jackson, April 29. --A special to the Appeal gives news from the Chicago Times, of the 14th. It says there will be no immediate resumption of hostilities at Charleston. The entire Monitor fleet will be sent to the Mississippi. Burnside has issued an order desirring that all persons within the Federal lines, who are benefiting the Confederates shall, on conviction, suffer death. Carrington, at Indianapolis, has issued a similar order. It was reported at Havana that Com. Wlikas had been arrested and paroled for firing into a Spanish steamer. Also, that Admiral Milue had ordered the arrest of Wlikes for being, with the Vanderbiltle crew engaged in the Peterhoff affair. Gov. Curtis offers 10,000 militia to protect Washington from a thousand Yankees, near Harnando. [So reads the dispatch, defying intelligible interpretation.] It is believed that the enemy are advancing on Holly Springs from Corinth.