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Memphis. --The Appeal (published at Grenada, Miss.,) publishes an interesting letter from a lady, dated Memphis, June 10. We make an extract: Our town is full of all sorts of rumors, and we don't known what to believe. The stores are nearly all closed, the streets empty and quiet as on Sunday; no drays, no carriages, save now and then a lonely one going solemnly by as if to a funeral procession. The Yankees thus far are on very good behavior Col. Fitch, it is hoped, is not such a beast as Butler. So far as I can learn, not a scrap of a Federal flag has yet been hung out save by the invaders them selves, and not a single instance of a Memphian reading the enemy cordially, if I may except that of my little three year old boy. Yesterday he was standing on the side walk and a squad of Yankees passed by him. The little rascal rang in among them in most cordial manner shouted, at the top of his lungs, "Howdy, soldier! howdy, soldier! howdy, soldier!" shaking hands with half a