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From Kentucky and Missouri.

Jackson, May 1st.
--A special dispatch to the Appeal contains advices from the Memphis Bulletin of the 27th. The river has fallen twenty-four feet-in all.

A dispatch of the 24th, from Cincinnati, says: ‘The shipment of stores the past week is the largest ever known. Several Covington ladies have been arrested for writing Secesh letters, and will be court-martialed. Steamboats are not allowed to pass southward.’

At St. Louis the Commissary Department is active. Three million rations are getting ready for Grant's army.

In a skirmish at Patterson, Mo., the Federals lost eleven killed. Patterson was burned before the Yankees evacuated.

Gen. McNeill, of Palmyra massacre notoriety, is reported captured.

Two regiments of militia are to replace the garrison at St. Louis, which goes into the field.

It is believed that the rebels captured Cape Girardeau.

It is reported in Louisville that Morgan, with a numerous force of cavalry, was in Wayne county, Kentucky.

By an order received at Nashville, the entire population, ladies included, must take the oath within ten days or be sent South.

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