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The Mexican question. --The Paris correspondent of the London Times thus writes of the present aspect of the Mexican question: A Spanish Ministerial paper, the Correspondents, of Madrid, says it is authorized to announce that the Government has no intention of concluding a fresh treaty with France on the affairs of Mexico, but it adds it is quite possible the Cabinets of Paris, London and Madrid will concert together with a view of making certain clauses of the convention more explicMadrid will concert together with a view of making certain clauses of the convention more explicit. This last sentence is explained by the fact that the Spanish Government has intimated to the French that it would have no objection to a conference for the purpose of removing any obscurity in the present , and the French Government has declined the proposal on the ground that it was not necessary. Admiral Jurien dela Graviere has not only been instructed to confine himself to his duties as commander of the squadron, but has been informed, in (I believe) a non-official letter, that if he t