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o the Spanish Admiral for protection, and was actuated that he should not be molested while he was within Spanish jurisdiction. The British war steamer Ariadne, just then arriving, took charge of the Ruby, and in broad daylight col. vowed her to Havana. The affair created much indignation among the British and Spaniards, and much impotent wrath among the Yankees in Mataunas. I am informed that the Captain of the Arleane called on Admiral Wilkes, in Havans, and told him he would sink any Federal cruiser that should molest a English merchant steamer in neutral waters. On the 15th inst, the Yankee steamship Vanderbilt, Rear Admiral Wilker, from Havana, steamed up to Nassau and sent a boat ashore with dispatches for the Yankee Consul. The most ludicrous scene took place on the arrival of the small boat at one of the wharves. The fences and cotton bales around were covered with a swarm of Nassau negroes, who received the Yankees with and Black committee the faces of the crew, w