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The Propose monarchy for Mexico. --Interesting Letter from Gen. Prim.--Gen. Prim, of the spanish forces in Mexico, arrived in New York on Saturday by the Spanish sl- -of-war Don Antonio Union, Gen. Prim, of the spanish forces in Mexico, arrived in New York on Saturday by the Spanish sl- -of-war Don Antonio Union, en route for Europe. The occasion of the return of General Prim will be seen by the following letter written by him, showing the designs of the French Emperor against Mexico. Inflexible desGeneral Prim will be seen by the following letter written by him, showing the designs of the French Emperor against Mexico. Inflexible destiny is stronger than the will of man. Could I have donated it, what has just occurred here would have convinced me. The triple alliance no longer exists. The soldiers of the Emperor remain in twithdraw, then my troops, and go to Havana to await the orders of my Government. Yours, &c., Prim. [From the Ge- official organ May 20. ] General Prim, -ning Marshal Serrano's refusal General Prim, -ning Marshal Serrano's refusal to place ships of-war at his disposal to convey his troops back to Havana, chartered a number of merchant vessels. The enthusiasm of the French soldiers was extreme. All the reinforcements from Mart