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ascertained that Mr. Fendall had been commissioned to carry dispatches from the Mexican Legation at Washington to the city of Mexico, and having delivered the same to President Juarez, was returning home as a private citizen. At Vera Cruz, while awaiting for transportation to New Orleans, he visited the United States ship Caledonia, and was requested by the officers thereof to carry a number of letters to the United States. The letters were all of a private character, except two for the Secretary of the Navy at Washington, and one for the Third Auditor, which simply contained ship accounts of the crew, &c., but nothing giving any important information. Mr. Fendall was then discharged, the Governor offering to provide him with a safe conduct. Mr. Fendall is the son of P. R. Fendall, formerly U. S. District Attorney of Washington City, and the nephew by marriage of ex-Senator A. G. Brown, of Mississippi, and also a relative of Hon. C. M. Conrad, of this city.--N. O. Pic., 26th.