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Disgraceful Doings of the enemy. --The Memphis Appeal learns some facts about the disgraceful proceedings of the enemy at Fredericktown, Mo., after the evacuation of the town by the Confederate forces. It says: A note from Mr. J. L. Shumate, of New Madrid, Mo., says that after the evacuation of Fredericktown by Jeff. Thompson, the Northern Goths and Vandals burned a portion of the town, (nine houses,) pillaged the Catholic church, arrested some of the ladies of the place, forcibly tricktown, Mo., after the evacuation of the town by the Confederate forces. It says: A note from Mr. J. L. Shumate, of New Madrid, Mo., says that after the evacuation of Fredericktown by Jeff. Thompson, the Northern Goths and Vandals burned a portion of the town, (nine houses,) pillaged the Catholic church, arrested some of the ladies of the place, forcibly tore their ear-bobs from their ears and their rings from their fingers, and offered them other indignities too hateful to mention.