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the same hour, but not for Vera Cruz, as you may depend. The French Admiral is in high dudgeon with his Spanish friends for having been in such a hurry to get into Vera Cruz before their allies were ready, and will therefore take his vessels to Tampico. Additional offence has been given by the Spaniards' neglecting to hoist the French and English flags on the ramparts of Ulloa and over Vera Cruz, contenting themselves with their own exclusively. The following vessels composed the French fleeand Miramon's party, to which, since his departure, but little more than the name is left. On the 5th arrived from Vera Cruz, in five days, the steamer La Cubana, with little news of interest. No sortie had been made by the Spaniards. Tampico, occupied and well defended by the Mexicans, would hold out a long while. Gen. Uraga has all the passes from Vera Cruz well defended, and has under his immediate command 20,000 troops well armed. He had received 22 deserters from the Spani
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 vessels of the squadron, which was in a state of complete inactivity, the officers greatly desiring to visit other ports on the coast. One of our kind friends has sent us the following letter, to which we call the attention of our readers: Vara Cruz, Jan. 2, 1862. Yesterday one hundred and fifty-six passengers from Tampico arrived at this port on board the steamer Clyde. These (who are all Spaniards) were sent into the interior of the country by Gen. Tapia, Governor of Taman Lipps, intending to hold them as hostages against the arrival of the Spanish forces in that State. In consequence of this decree, on the 27th of last month he ordered them to proceed one hundred miles into the interior within the short space of twenty- four hours; but understanding the nature of the case, they sought and obtained the as