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Important from Havana. arrival of the steamer Noc-Daqui, from Matanzas. departure of Gen. Prim for very Cruz. proclamation of President Juarez &c. &c. &c. The steamer Noc-Daqui, from Matanzas on the 8th inst, has arrived at New York. She brings full files from Havana, and her news is quite interesting. From the New Yo
ransact no business with the interior of Mexico, and the Mexican regulations there also remain unchanged.
In the meantime events thicken.
On the 2d inst. General Prim left for Vera Cruz, on board the steamer Francisco de Asis, in the midst of the French fleet, which sailed for the Mexican coast the same hour, but not for Ver yesterday, and we have still in port the steamer L'aube, which arrived on the 1st inst., with six hundred troops on board.
the steamers which accompanied General Prim were the Ulloa and San Quentin.
on the same day (the 2d) the British steam frigate Ariadne and the Spiteful arrived here — the former from Vera Cruz and t