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grow very interesting, and we get news from Vera Cruz every few days, some of which is published a them at 18,000. The city government of Vera Cruz, who had "implored" the Spaniards to come inthe Mexican coast the same hour, but not for Vera Cruz, as you may depend. The French Admiral is ilish flags on the ramparts of Ulloa and over Vera Cruz, contenting themselves with their own exclus the Spiteful arrived here — the former from Vera Cruz and the latter from Cape San Antonio, where she met the English fleet for Vera Cruz, composed of the following vessels: guns. Ship, laden with coal, accompanied them. At Vera Cruz things are a little unpleasant. Supplies frsh forces, had established a custom-house in Vera Cruz, and Uraga had established another five leage name is left. On the 5th arrived from Vera Cruz, in five days, the steamer La Cubana, with licitate the Captain-General on the taking of Vera Cruz. On January 6, the steamer Cuba, former[3 more...]
lic, all claim an equal right to be informed of the conduct and proceedings of the Government. On the 14th of the present mouth the Governor of the State of Vera Cruz received an intimation from the Commander of the Spanish naval forces to evacuate that city and the fortress of Ulloa, which that Commander announces his determi. [Translated from the Extra of the Diario dela Marina, Jan. 7.] The steamer Cuba arrived at this port last evening bringing one day, intelligence from Vera Cruz — that is, to the 2d of January. No event of importance had occurred in the city or its neighborhood, nor yes on board the vessels of the squadron, which waThis proceeding of the Governor of Tamaulipas is in complete opposition to the 7th article of the decree which President Juarez published after the occupation of Vera Cruz by our forces, for among other things he says: "Now more than ever the lives and capital of foreigners must be protected," &c. This, and the disobedience of Vida