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tion, to prevent the assault of cavalry, or to impede the charges of the enemy. Strangers Killed--Rumor has it that many foreign residents in Matamoras have been killed, but on due inquiry we can only ascertain the following names: Dr. John Cameron, a Scotchman by birth, but an American by naturalization. Dr. Cameron was a man of great wealth, and of long residence in Matamoras. He was killed in defending his store from the entrance of a large party of armed men. Mons. Etienne BDr. Cameron was a man of great wealth, and of long residence in Matamoras. He was killed in defending his store from the entrance of a large party of armed men. Mons. Etienne Bros, a French subject. Mons. Oscar Veseron, a young merchant, but recently removed from Brownsville to Matamoras. Mons. Francisco Bouvard, French subject. Mr. Francis Oliver, clerking in the house of Mr. Slevers, had his legs badly shot and amputated. The Refugees.--Every nook and corner of Brownsville is filled with the poor and desolate people who have been driven from their homes in Matamoras. The scene at the Levee yesterday was certainly the most vivid and moving that e