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Newspaper accounts. The United States Government and the Mexican question from A Spanish Point of view. [Translated from the Diario dela Marina, Havana, January 5, for the New York Herald] Our readers will perceive in the news columns of yesterday's issue that according to the New York Times of the 25th ult., the American Government has addressed a friendly letter to the Ministers of England, France, and Spain, requesting them to inform their respective Governments that the United Sof our laws. Then shall 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 from Vera Cruz — that is, to the 2d of January. No event of importance had occurred in the city or its neighborhood, nor yes on board the vessel