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Later from Havana.

--The steamer Quaker City arrived at New York on Thursday, with Havana dates to the 25th . The money market was lightened, and the quotations of sugar had been considerably disturbed. The slave trade has never been to brisk on the island as at the present time. It is said that from six to eight thousand negroes had been landed in Cuba within the preceding eight or ten days.

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