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can steamer San Jacinto, commanded by Captain Wilkes, while on her passage from Havana to St. Thomas, and under force of arms, the accredited Commissioners to Europe tements which we have received that the San Jacinto, Captain Wilkes, arrived at Havana on or about the 3d of November, from the coast of Africa, bound to New York. She coaled and sailed again on the 4th inst. At this time it was well known at Havana that Messrs. Mason and Slidell, with their suites, were at that place, having arren had not kept their presence a secret, as from the moment of their landing at Havana they were unquestionably under the protection of the Spanish flag. Passages to were booked for them by the British Royal Mail Steamer, which was to sail from Havana for St. Thomas on the 7th inst. on which day they duly embarked on board the Tris wife. Mr. McFarland, Secretary to Mr. Mason. The Trent sailed from Havana at eight o'clock, on the 7th, and nothing occurred worthy of notice till about