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ks, through information furnished by Mexicans to Col. H. Clay Davis. Since the receipt of the foregoing, it has been reported that Gen. Guadalupe Garcia, commandante of the line of the Bravo, has received information from Juan Villareal, of Camargo, setting forth positively that Cortina, with a large force, was moving up the left bank of the Rio Grande, preparatory to crossing, which, it was thought, would take place at New Laredo. Such we understand to have been the substance of a communo return to Fort McIntosh, and repel the invaders. It is said he halted to await orders from Colonel Ford, not knowing where he would be the most needed. Six recruits from Matamoras, whilst enroute to join Cortina, were arrested at or near Camargo, and having been sent back were lodged in jail. I seems a little surprising that a force could organize in Mexico and obtain such formidable dimensions as have been reported, without the same coming to the knowledge of the Mexican authoriti