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--(via Mobile, Feb. 23.)--The advices from Mexico state that the ements that was commenced in Matamoras by Cobes and Cortina, on the arrival of Banks at Brownsville, is still flourishing.--After Cobaccepted, Cortina still holding the reins as the power behind the throne. Reins is outside of Matamoras, occasionally attacking the insurrectionary bands. Several skirmishes, executions, &c., have of little importance. On the 23d Zerna made a forced loan of $60,000 on the merchants of Matamoras.--Gen. Dana, who had command of the Yankee troops at Brownsville, notified him at once to foreyal American merchants. Dana at the same time, seized the ferries and turned his guns towards Matamoras. Zerna yielded, and Dana notified him that if there was any more trouble he would take possession of Matamoras and maintain order. The Northern States of Mexico are filled with Yankee agents, who are charged by Seward, first, to ferment disturbances with the Confederates; and second, to