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Burmeister - I.ATEU FROM HAVANA. By the steamer. Iabel,...
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 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.

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  1. The Times-Picayune,
  2. 31 Jul 1854, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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