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Baltimore, March 11. --Cleared, schr. Sea Lion, Fredericksburg. Havana, Feb. 23.--Arrived, schr. Kate Lincoln, Norfolk. Province town, March 8.--Put in, schr. Blackbird, from Richmond, for Boston. Boston, March 9.--Arrived, schr. Herbert Mauton, Norfolk. Charleston, March 9.--Arrived, schr. William Paxon, Richmond. Sailed, schr. B. Vandiver, do. Baltimore, March 11. --Cleared, schr. Sea Lion, Fredericksburg. Havana, Feb. 23.--Arrived, schr. Kate Lincoln, Norfolk. Province town, March 8.--Put in, schr. Blackbird, from Richmond, for Boston. Boston, March 9.--Arrived, schr. Herbert Mauton, Norfolk. Charleston, March 9.--Arrived, schr. William Paxon, Richmond. Sailed, schr. B. Vandiver, do.
Later from Havana. --The steamship Quaker City, from Havana the 5th inst., arrived at New York on Saturday evening. The United States steamers Pocahontas and Powhatan were at Havana, taking in coal — the former to leave for Norfolk on the 5th, and the latter for New York on the 7th inst.--Great preparations were being made for the reception of Prince Alfred, of England. The sugar market had revived under a demand by speculators, while the regular quotations remained unchanged. The stock on hand at Havana and Matanzas, amounted to 190,000 boxes and 13,000 hogsheads against 115,000 boxes and 3,500 hhds. same time last year — During the last week 23,500 boxes and 19,205 hhds. had been shipped, three-eighths of which were for the United State