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an who arrived here yesterday from a Confederate port, and who left Havana only a few days since, reports that when he left that city, the pre The event had been strongly predicted for some time by persons in Havana, whose connection with English and French commercial houses gave thobtaining correct information, and immediately after the arrival at Havana of the British steamer Trent, which reached Havana on the 26th ult.Havana on the 26th ult., it was confidently asserted by leading merchants that the recognition of the Confederate States by France had taken place. Our informant, who is an intelligent gentleman, says that it is believed in Havana that the recent visit of M. Mercier to Richmond, had reference to the tlicly proclaimed. So strong is the belief in commercial circles in Havana, that Napoleon has recognized the independence of the Confederate S remained and has since been largely reinforced. It is believed in Havana that the Emperor designs placing the Prince Maximilian on the thron