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rsday the cavalry of Caravajal made their appearance in front of Brownsville, for the first time, and took command of the opposite landing toficers whose names we have not learned, came across the river to Brownsville and rode up into town, and were warmly received by their friends meet them, a skirmish took place in the cornfield, just opposite Fort Brown, in which Garcia's troops were victorious, for they stopped the prtunately, had quite as large stocks of goods in Matamoras as in Brownsville, and the trouble was that these goods were in the most exposed pMons. Oscar Veseron, a young merchant, but recently removed from Brownsville to Matamoras. Mons. Francisco Bouvard, French subject. shot and amputated. The Refugees.--Every nook and corner of Brownsville is filled with the poor and desolate people who have been drivenn Thursday the wounded of Gen. Caravajal's force were brought to Brownsville, in accordance with permission obtained from Lieutenant Colonel