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From the Rio Grande. --More Troubles--The N. O. Picayune has information from the Rio Grande, received through a merchant from Brownsville, from which we learn that the condition of affairs in that quarter indicates that another trouble is about to come upon our enemies. The intelligence is that the British and French consulcaptain of the latter will not allow these vessels to discharge their cargoes, unless it is guaranteed that the goods will be delivered in Matamoras, and not at Brownsville. Now, this condition, even if legal, is impossible, as the steamboats plying on the Rio Grande are all owned in Brownsville, and as such, being the property ofBrownsville, and as such, being the property of rebels, they date not undertake to lighten these European vessels at the mouth of the river, for in doing so they would run the risk of being seized by the United States frigate. Thus it will be seen that the damage for the detention of these neutral merchantmen must amount to a very round sum against the by no means plethoric pu