From theX. Y. Hc-n.ll. Wo have news froai Nassau to the 15th inst. Tiiu trade botwcen Nassau and tlie rebel Statca to be inereasing. About a ncore of steamers run regularly from Nassau to llebeldom. - The following is a list of some of them: Antonica, Stonewall Jaekson (late Leopardo, Douro, Annio Childs, Kuby, E:if;le, Wavo Queen, Nicholas I., Marie], Viutor1, Doui;lass, Enitna, Britannia, Calypko, Flora, Mitaca, Gertrude, i-ud üiiafi'e. Captain Carlin, recontly liberated i'rotu Fort Lafayette as a liritish subject, coin mands ilie lluby. '1 'bree steamers arrived on the 14th iti&t , from Charleston, bringing, howcver, no important news. The steamer ïhistle, which ran ashore entering the harbor of Charleston, bas boon güt off with little dainage. Sho is expected at Nassau with a cargo of cotton. Tho sloop llosalie bas arrived at Nassau with a cargo of cotton. Captain Postell, her cominander, has run the blockade seven times, The rebel privateer ltetribution lias beeu condeniued as unseaworthy and gold at public aetiou. The Greorgiana, another privateer at that port, claims to bo an armad inerehantman.