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of the Ocean Monarch, abandoned at sea, and had transferred six others to another vessel. Mr. Yancey not captured. The New York Herald has the following: It turns out after all that YanYancey is still at large, and that the statement of his having recently made a speech in New Orleans has some probability in it. We learn from our correspondent at Key West the manner in which the rumor antiago de Cuba, received a letter from the American Consul General at Havana informing him that Yancey had sailed for a Southern port in the William Mallory. On the 9th, after the receipt of this inwn into a state of great excitement by the rumor, which immediately got into circulation, that Mr. Yancey was among the prisoners, in the disguise of a seaman. A close scrutiny of the crew, however, was unfounded; and, furthermore, our correspondent was informed by the mate of the Mallory that Yancey had left Havana the day before the latter vessel sailed, in a schooner called the Break-of-Day,