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ra Cruz for the city of Mexico on January 14th, returned on the 19th. Senor Zamacona, a Plenipotentiary, commissioned by Juarez; accompanied them.--The Allied Commission represent that they were everywhere received with cordiality.--Juarez treated tJuarez treated them with great consideration. He attempted to exact, as a condition of future negotiations, that all of the allied forces which had been landed at Vera Cruz, with the exception of a guard of 2,000 men, should be re-embarked. This preliminary was at once declined, but as the Plenipotentiary of Juarez returned with the Commission, it was taken for granted that negotiations would proceed. Where the conferences would take place was uncertain, although it was generally believed that Jalapa would be agreed upon. Juarez, it is said, had acknowledged that his Government had not fulfilled its obligations to foreigners, and expressed his willingness to extend any additional guarantees. The allied forces at Tejeria have advanced three leagues tow