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The Revolution in New Granada.

--Official advices received at Washington from New Granada indicate that the entire country will soon be in the hands of the Revolutionists.--Mosquero, at the head of the Liberals, had arrived in the vicinity of Bogota, the capital, and the position of President Ospina was considered very precarious. All the principal towns were in the possession of Mosquero, including Medellen and the port of Nare, which is considered the key of the State of Antiequia. The Panama delegation to the Congress at Bogota had been made prisoners by the Revolutionists.

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