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The Daily Dispatch: February 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], Banquet to Americans at Jeddo — the Old Embassy. (search)
Later from Mexico. New Orleans, Feb. 13. --The steamer Velasco, from Vera Cruz, has arrived at Havana, having on board the expelled foreign Ministers and Miramon. The Papal Nuncio was insulted at Vera Cruz, and took refuge in the French Consulate. Miramon made his escape in disguise, after encountering great danger. ThVera Cruz, and took refuge in the French Consulate. Miramon made his escape in disguise, after encountering great danger. The Archbishop and the Bishops are exiled. They were stoned by the authorities at Vera Cruz, and afterwards detained by the authorities for trial. U. S. Minister Weller arrived at the City of Mexico on the 30th. and took refuge in the French Consulate. Miramon made his escape in disguise, after encountering great danger. The Archbishop and the Bishops are exiled. They were stoned by the authorities at Vera Cruz, and afterwards detained by the authorities for trial. U. S. Minister Weller arrived at the City of Mexico on the 30th.
New Orleans, Feb. 13. --The Tennessee arrived here to-day from Vera Cruz. Among her passengers is the exiled Bishop of Mexico.