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annexed extract from a Brownsville letter is published in the Austin Gazette, of the 24th ult., The harbor at Brazos is blockaded, and the big gate of the Confederate States closed up. An 1800 ton two-masted propeller, war vessel, stars and stripes flying, is at anchor there watching for prey. No attempt at landing has, as yet, been made, though to-day it has been too rough for any boat to live. There are eight vessels in port, with cargoes from the north, of $75,000, for Woodhouse & Stillman, of articles we need, and in all probability they will be cut out or burned. The port is entirely undefended. There are only the same forces here now as when I last wrote you, and the next thing will be a landing, and you will hear of the taking of Fort Brown, with the command as prisoners of war, and twenty-two pieces of artillery as trophies. A regular Cape Hatteras affair, to be ridiculed in the whole Northern press. The Houston Telegraph, of the 27th ult., says: The Ga