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The Daily Dispatch: January 20, 1862., [Electronic resource] 10 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: December 11, 1861., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
John M. Schofield, Forty-six years in the Army 3 1 Browse Search
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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 York Herald's Havana correspondence we extract the following: Mexican matters grow very interesting, and we get news from Vera Cruz every few days, some of which is in regard to the "Spanish invasion." General Parrodi had been named Minister of War. General Gasset, of the Spanish forces, had established a custom-house in Vera Cruz, and Uraga had established another five leagues from the city. Juarez in his proclamation calls on all parties to give up their present quarrels and unite against the common enemy. All had done so save Zuloaga, who had but a small band, and Miramon's party, to which, since his departure, but little more than the n
he so-called Monroe doctrine, a precedent which must hereafter exercise a great influence on the destinies of this portion of the world. Proclamation of President Juarez on the Spanish invasion of Mexico. Mexicans--The warnings of the approaching war which was preparing in Europe against us have begun, unfortunately, to ball we repel the calumnies of our enemies, and prove ourselves worthy of the liberty and independence bequeathed us by our fathers. Mexico, Dec. 18, 1861. Benito Juarez. [Translated from the Extra of the Diario dela Marina, Jan. 7.] The steamer Cuba arrived at this port last evening bringing one day, intelligence frofollow to this port in an English vessel. This proceeding of the Governor of Tamaulipas is in complete opposition to the 7th article of the decree which President Juarez published after the occupation of Vera Cruz by our forces, for among other things he says: "Now more than ever the lives and capital of foreigners must be pr