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es have dates from New Orleans to the 16th inst. Major-Gen. Herron had arrived at Brownsville, Texas, to take command of the "Army of the Frontier," on the Rio Grande, and Major-Gen. Dana had left to take command of the coast expedition. Governor Serna, of the State of Tamaulipas, Mexico, having levied various sums of money upon American residents of the State, was compelled to refund by Gen. Dana, who, in order to enforce his demands took possession of the ferry-boats at Brownsville and Freeport, and had his forces drawn up with two days rations. Governor Serna immediately made restitution. The gunboat Kennebec, on the 7th Inst., captured the schooner John Scott, which had run the blockade off Mobile. She had on board 110 bales of cotton and some turpentine. In her efforts to get away forty bales of cotton were thrown overboard. During December the Kennebec captured two schooners and one steamer, with over eight hundred bales of cotton, forty prisoners, and a dog. T