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Spanish views on the Mexican question. --The Paris correspondent of the London Star, (Abolition,) writing on the 4th inst., announces the arrival in that city of M. Barrot, the French Minister to Madrid, and says: It is stated in the semi-official papers that he has obtained leave of absence. But such is not the case. He received a summons a little more than a week ago to present himself forthwith in Paris. His presence is needed at St. Cloud for the purpose of informing the Emperor from the French policy in Mexico is treated in Madrid. As the plans of Napoleon concerning this country are about to go through a new phase, it has been also thought well to give in person fresh instructions to the French Ambassador at the Court of Queen Isabella. The time is fast approaching for Marshal Forey to execute a coup d'etat, and to give the Mexicans the French Prince for whom they pray. Mexico was the subject of a "lively discussion" at the last council. Two of the Minister