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The Daily Dispatch: November 28, 1861., [Electronic resource], The importance of defending Brownsville, Texas. (search)
principally dry goods, is proportionably heavy. All that trade is now suspended — no direct shipments have arrived at Matamoras from foreign port--two vessels arriving from New York under the British flag, while I was there; one was wrecked; both were loaded with provisions and necessary supplies. The foreign merchants at Matamoras are English and German, and are friendly to our cause. They have not made any extensive arrangements for importations, owing to the unsettled state of opinion concerning the raising of the blockade — if it should not be done they will import directly to Matamoras. The Mexicans are neutral, the officers, civil and military, profess and exhibit every desire to co-operate with us in making peace and good ord of Europe — by the expenditure of capital and energy, every supposable supply for our port or people can be brought to Matamoras from abroad. It will keep quiet and neutral a large and in some things efficient force of a race embittered against us<