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ces 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 Cobes was killed Zerna was invited to become Governor, a position which he accepted, CorZerna 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 forego his levy, so far as it concerned loyal American merchants. Dana at the same time, seierialists, and is withal quite friendly to our Confederacy. The Texas News states that the Yankees have fortified Brownsville, with a circle of redoubts extending quite around the town, from the river above to the river below. --They have also the place, carrying off the records of the county, which had been taken there for safety. The present Yankee force at Brownsville is about 5,000. They have also about 7,000 men at Indianola, to which point the force on Matagorda peninsula has most