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Arrival of rice in Havana — landing of Federals at Hutchinson Island, &c.

Charleston, Dec. 2.
--The Charleston Courier, of this morning, publishes an extract of a letter from Havana, stating that several cargoes of Carolina rice had been received. --Rice is quoted at 15a16 reals, and unpentint at $16 per quintets. Exchange on 16 per cent.; on Paris, 2¾a3 premium.

The Mercury says there was a destructive are in Georgetown on Friday evening. A lot of naval stores were destroyed. The loss is estimated at $10,000.

Two hundred Federals landed at Hutchinson island on Friday last, plundering the houses and then burning them.

The cotton of Hutchinson, Fenwick, and adjoining island, was destroyed by fire, on Thursday night last, by the patriotic owners.

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