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News from New Mexico. Independence, May 26. --The New Mexico mail arrived here last night, twelve days out from Santa Fe with dates to the 13th. Many United States officers in New Mexico have resigned. Capt. Roberts, one of the contractors of the mail line from Carson city, brought in with him $7,000 in gold dust for parties in the East and also ninety letters. This line is now in complete running order from Independence to Carson city and California Gulch. Some Indians weres officers in New Mexico have resigned. Capt. Roberts, one of the contractors of the mail line from Carson city, brought in with him $7,000 in gold dust for parties in the East and also ninety letters. This line is now in complete running order from Independence to Carson city and California Gulch. Some Indians were seen on the route, but they were peaceable and quiet. Grass is in abundance. It was reported at Santa Fe that Col. Loring, commanding at New Mexico, had resigned.