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New York, Sept. 27. The Tribune luis a !e ter from Malamonis, datud Au;; 81, wliioh miv tho sueocss met with hy the furco undur Gen. Eseobedo lia Biicoarfed tlie Liberal pur! y tü fresh efforls. In and j about Curuargo there is a oaá furce of about 600 men, ainong tliem 25 to 80 otíiucrs wlio havo served u thu Uuited States or hite Confedérate armies. A second body of some 500 mei is at Mier, 21 njiles from Cainargo, and at other points south of' tho place are bodies of 200 to 300 men. In all, there is a forcé of 2,500 ready for the iiext bovi to be struck at thj eneiny. The Dext move tü be mado will bo down the Rio Grande to attaclc tliis place, for it will bc mado before iniormatiou can rcaeh tho enciny by a dashÍDg altack. A forcé of about 2,000 cuuld tako tliis placo, for soine of tho troops in it will not fight. The French io these parts do nol number more thau sonie 1,200 men. Thoy are posted in tliis way : oue battulion of the legiou is at Monterey, under Col. Jeningras, and tho corps of mounted rifles is on the roads leading to the place. This handful'of men could not aid Matamoras ia case of uu attack. The French gunboat Tactiqao has arrived ofl tho lload, and now lies with the rest of tho naval force there, under cornmand of Capt. Collctt. ' - in mi ui -


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