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correspondent at Havana announces the arrival at Cienfuegos of the Sumter, a steamer of the rebel navy, bring condemnation. Moreover, the Sumter sailing from Cienfuegos has doubtless placed herself in the path of the A and burned, her officers and crew were landed at Cienfuegos. She was commanded by Captain French, was 608 to of her capture she was on her way from Havana to Cienfuegos. The bark Louisa Kilham was bound to Falmouth from Cienfuegos, and was commanded by Capt. White. She is 463 tons burthen, is rated A 2, and is owned in B by Capt. Bolger, was also bound to Falmouth from Cienfuegos. She was built at Westerly, Rhode Island, in 185Naiad, when captured, was bound to this city from Cienfuegos. She was commanded by Captain Richardson, was bu Captain Havons, was also bound to this city from Cienfuegos. She is 284 tons, was built in 1855 at Falmouth,he belongs to Boston. Like the Dunning, she left Cienfuegos for this city. The Herald also devotes sever