New York Times, "The News From Mexico," September 6, 1859

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    "The News From Mexico," New York Times, September 6, 1859, p. 1.
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    The following text is presented here in complete form, as it originally appeared in print. Spelling and typographical errors have been preserved as in the original.


    NEW-ORLEANS, Monday, Sept. 5-P.M.

    The steamship Habana has arrived up, and we have the following Mexican intelligence:

    The dates from Vera Cruz are to the 25th ult.

    Mr. MCLANE returned to Vera Cruz on the 22nd ult., and presented Mr. BUCHANAN'S ultimatum to JUAREZ, demanding the immediate ratification of the treaty.

    There is nothing important from the Capital.

    Gen. DAGOLLADO had ordered the troops at Tampico and in its immediate neighborhood, to marsh to San Luis Potosi, which is to be the general rendezvous of the Liberals. He intends attacking the Capital in October.

    All the Pacific Coast was in the peaceable possession of the Liberals.

    Gen. VIDAURRI was organizing his forces at Neuvallou to march against the Indians and Americans.

    PASQUIERA had defeated the indian depredators at Sonora after a severe battle.

    Business at Mazatian was good.

    Tepic had been recaptured by the Revolutionists after considerable fighting.

    Gen. MARQUAZ was about conducting three millions of dollars to San Bias from Guadalajara per the British war ship Calypso; but the Governor of San Bias had resolved to prevent its shipment unless the duties were paid, and a difficulty was apprehended.

    Gen. CORANA had left Mazatian with fifty men, to join the Liberal forces at Jalisco, and attack MARQUEZ at Guadalajara.

    The Isthmus of Tehuantepec was quiet.


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