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Intelligence from Mexico. --Letters from Vera Cruz state that a Convention, held at the Capital, composed of officers of the Church and of the military, had appropriated $300,000 per month of the Churches funds to sustain Miramon in the defence of the capital. On the 5th the Juarez Government proclaimed that after April, 1861, all duties are to be paid in cash, half of which may be in sight bills on the city of Mexico, for the purpose of paying indemnities. All goods remaining in the Cuclaimed that after April, 1861, all duties are to be paid in cash, half of which may be in sight bills on the city of Mexico, for the purpose of paying indemnities. All goods remaining in the Custom-House over one month shall be sold to pay duties. The various foreign Ministers, except the Minister of Spain, were at Jaiapa. Gen. Mata was the prominent candidate for Governor of Vera Cruz. Juarez has raised a loan of $600,000 for the purchase of supplies for the army now before the capital.