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nt of the policy of Spain. [From the Paris Moniteur, May 15.] Accounts from Mexico to the 11th ult., received via Havana, state that after conferences, in which the Plenipotentiaries of the Allied Powers could not come to an understanding, General Prim announced his determination to re-embark with his troops, and applied to the Captain-General of Cuba to send him the necessary transports. marshal Serrano, after having consulted with the civil and military authorities of Havana, did not think proper to accede to the application, and requested General do Gassett to return to Mexico and assume the command of the Spanish expeditionary corps, in case General Prim should persist in his project. The French troops were to repass the Chiquibuite on the 20th, to immediately commence hostilities. Lord Palmerston Explains the late Negotiations. In the House of Commons, on the 16th of May, Sir G. Bowyer asked the First Lord of the Treasury what information Her Majesty's Government had