I.ATEU FROM HAVANA. By the steamer. Iabel, which left llavana on the morning, and Key West oa the cvc: nmg of the J2d uist., and arrived next morning at Charleston, the Courier, of that city. nau inreo days later advices from these ports. The passengers by the Isabel were : Mrwi E - GOUchlk A I. Kin...J I.J. A a , a ?."2.nl,,C - Irri;, .f '"". V. Dm. R. Fulton, T $ - lllld'0 - cKlmicon .ml ldy, J. H Oltman, and ttTen in the ntengt. Wo regret to learn that at 7 o'clock on I Saturday evening Mr. P. Meyer, a passenger, tell overboard and was drowned. The following vessels were at Havana : Ships Lyra, Uennis, for New York, to sail July ii9 ; John Benson, Burmeister, orr Xew 1 ork, to sail on tho 23d ; bark Japomca, Pow - ers, tor I'liiladelphia, witn despatch ; briir Parquete Valente, Sewall, for Now York, July 23; schooner Edwin Dorsoy, Schneider, for New Orleans, with despatch ; ship Scotland. Dunham, for New York, with despatch.