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A Yankee letter. --The Nashville Union publishes the following letter written by a girl of Havana, Illinois, to her brother in the army of the Cumberland. Although the orthography is bad, the letter contains some real common sense views. The Union dubs the girl a real "copperhead" for writing to her brother in a strain calculated to make him desert. We expect the Yankees have a sufficient incentive to desert without encouragement from home. All they want is an opportunity; Dear brother it is nothing strange to see a soldier now a days up here they are thick as in a bed One fellow by the name of hob choirs who was Colonel came home a few days ago and some one asked him what he came home for "Why says he I thought I would come up to this end of the regiment" good for him the people are down on the Proclamation and a grant many of the people say kill Old Abe and blow the Cabinet to the devil Some of the men say they wont go to war while the Abolitionist say they shall go I