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From Mississippi — movements and Plause the enemy. Jackson, April 29 --Dispatches from Grenade to-day represent all quiet in that direction and along the entire front, from Memphis to Lafayette. The Memphis, Byhalia and four other gunboats have passed Grand Gulf. One gunboat is below that point, shelling both ways, The fitting is heavy, and is board here distinctly. The enemy last evening burnt the Union Church on the Natches and road. Capt. Cleve land, with 100 men from Col Wirt Adam's cavalry, has been skirmishing with the enemy some hours. The Yankee force has not been ascertained. They have four please of artillery, and are probably making towards Matches. The Appeal says that Gen. Smith, commanding at Lagrange, states that be will unite the force at Lagrange Jackson Tenn, Bolivar and Corinth, and advance 20,000 men to Meridian and Mobile necessitating the evacuation of Vicksburg.