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Yankee Notions of Tennessee loyalty. --The Paducah correspondent of the New York Herald gives the following picture of the state of feeling in Western Tennessee, worthy of Munchausen. He says: I met yesterday several gentlemen from Western Tennessee, from whom I gather some encouraging accounts of the condition of affairs in that region. They represent that in the country the majority of the people — a large majority — favor the Union, but are only held in subjection to the Davis tyranny by the armed bands that are kept constantly moving about in that region. In Memphis there is a great panic in anticipation of a descent by General Halleck. They anticipate a flank movement around Columbus, and argue that that place will be conquered without a blow being struck by the Northern troops. Memphis, they cry, is wholly unprotected, and when Columbus shall fall will be entirely at the mercy of the Lincolnites. --Public meetings have been held and various military organizations