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leston mail packet. Alas, poor Syren, thou hast "gone up" (was reported in the New York papers as the Cyrene.) The Little Hatty, which arrived here about three weeks since, brought the captain and crew of the Rattlesnake, which, in attempting to enter Charleston harbor, was driven ashore, and afterwards burned, with her cargo. The Chicora (formerly Let Her Be) and the Coquette arrived about the same time. The steamers are gradually leaving this port. The Colonel Lamb, General Whiting, Edith, Watson, Caroline, Little Hatty and others, have gone to Havana. The Owl, commanded by Captain Maffit, formerly of the Florida, has also left.--She went to Galveston but, unable to enter that port, made for Havana, and arrived there safely a few days ago.--The Chamelion, formerly the Tallahassee, sailed on the 7th instant for Bermuda. She will bear looking after. It is said she will go to Madeira, and thence to England. Some of those who left for Havana, thinking that some other opening