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large number of Federal prisoners reported by some as high as fifteen hundred, many of whom were wounded. There were also several thousand wounded rebels, every house being filled with them. City of Mexico occupied by Gen. Forty. New York, July 5. --The steamer Roanoke from Havana has arrived. Vera Cruz advices to the 16th ult state that the French army occupied the city of Mexico on the 3d ultimo, and General Forey took possession on the 10th. Juarez had retired to San Luis Potosi, and a French Division had been sent against that place. Forey was received with great enthusiasm. A French Marquis, who was wounded at Paebl, goes to Paris with the keys of the City of Mexico. Thirteen hundred prisoners, mostly Mexican officers, are about to be sent to France. Commodore Wlikes arrived per Roanoke. Com Lardmer has arrived at St. Thomas The West India q is reported in a crippled condition, owing to defective boilers, etc. The steamers Charleston, Si