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e news from the United States which we publish to-day has two points of interest. One is the news of the occupation of Matamoras in force by the French, and the other is the rise in the value of gold, which was so considerable and so sudden as to i--What this is we can only conjecture. It may be unfavorable accounts from Charleston; or it may be this occupation of Matamoras. It may be neither of these, and something else may have produced the disturbance in Wall street. --The occupation of Matamoras by an efficient French force is, nevertheless, an important event, and must occasion uneasiness in Washington. We suppose it is true. We hope it is. It is certainly as agreeable to us as it is disagreeable to the Yankees that such a forcing to private letters received by the last mail, Tampico and Tuxpan were about to be occupied by the French, and it was expected that Matamoras would also have to be held on account of the important cotton trade which might there be carried on. "