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harbor. The captain and crew, having first set her on fire, escaped and returned to this port in the Little Hatty. The Rattlesnake, with her cargo, was completely destroyed. General Preston is still here, expecting to leave in a day or two for Havana. There are now in the harbor upwards of thirty five blockade-runners lying idle. Their average cost was £40,000, or over $400,000 each in greenbacks, representing a useless capital of over $15,000,000.--The Fanny arrived yesterday from England, on her way to the Confederacy, but finds her occupation gone. --The steamers are leaving Nassau every few days for Havana in search of employment. Miscellaneous. A man named Clemens has been arrested and committed to prison in Washington on the charge of having made threats to assassinate President Lincoln on Saturday last during the progress of the inauguration ceremonies. A Philadelphia dispatch says intelligence has been received there that the United States Minister to Venezu