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. By way of New Orleans the American learns that Mexicans, just arrived in that city, report that Cortinas, being unable to cope with the French, crossed his force of two thousand men and sixteen cannon over the Rio Grands and occupied Brownsville, Texas, driving out the Confederates under Colonel Ford, and hoisted the Yankee flag. He declared that he was born on the American side of the river, he was a citizen of the United States, and would hold Brownsville for that government. He immedBrownsville for that government. He immediately notified the Yankee commander at Brazos of his proceedings, and offered, through him, to the United States Government, the services of himself and army. A Louisville dispatch states that Forrest crossed the Coldwater on Monday last, and camped within fifteen miles of Memphis. General Marmaduke, with seven thousand men, is across the St. Francis river, intending to invade Missouri. General Price is threatening Little Rock A letter from Grant's army, speaking of General Ha