Further from Mexico.
VERA CRUZ THE PROVISIONAL SEAT OF GOVERNMENT UNDER JUAREZ
WASHINGTON, Sunday, May 16.
The Southern mail brings New-Orleans dates of the 11th inst., and all other points as late as due.
The New-Orleans papers contain details by the Tennessee. The arrival of JUAREZ and his staff at Vera Cruz, says a letter from thence, makes that city the provisional seat of Government. Vera Cruz is said to be able to withstand any force which ZULOAGA can bring against it. Gen. ECHEAGARAY, it was reported, would shortly attack it with 5,000 men.
The steamer Guerrero had revolted, and put into Tuspan, the only port on the Gulf in favor of ZULOAGA, with a lot of military stores destined for the defence of Tampico. Gen. ZAMORA, with a ten-gun steamer and a number of guu-boats, was preparing to retake her.