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corn, turpentine, sugar, and rice. Important from Mexico. The steamship Columbia, at New York from Havana, brings important news from Mexico, dated at Vera Cruz on the 20th of February. It is in substance as follows: The Spanish General Prim and the Mexican General Dobindo had held a conference at Soledad on the part of the European Powers and the Government of the Republic.--The result was that the allied troops are to be permitted to pass the Chiquihuitt — the key of the Valley not satisfactory. The allies were in much distress at Vera Cruz just before. An opinion prevailed in some minds that General Dobiado had betrayed Juarex, but others, again, thought the allies would be in dangerous places should hostilities be resumed. General Prim had announced that the Austrian Archduke Maximilian would be placed on the throne of Mexico. From Havana, we learn that some of the Spanish legislators dreaded the movement of France and England in Mexico as dangerous to Cuba.