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Movements of Yankee cavalry is Northern Mississippi, &c. Jackson, June 11. --A special dispatch to the Mississippian, dated Panois, 10th, says that a body of Yankee cavalry, 1,000 strong, under Col. Hatch, passed Holly Springs on Monday, going south. Another Grierson raid is contemplated. Col. McCulloch, with the 2d Missouri cavalry, attacked the enemy 28 miles south of Memphis on Monday and put them to rout. [Second Dispatch.] Jackson, June 12. --A special dispatch to the Mississippian, dated Panola, 11th, says that the Yankee cavalry under Col. Hatch have gone back towards Memphis. Citizens of New Hors Lake report that 37 transports, loaded with troops, passed down yesterday.
How they learn the country. --A Yankee, taken prisoner at Raymond, was asked what became of the many deserters who came over the river a few months ago, and were allowed to pass through this portion of the country at leisure, ere they were paroled and sent North. We want his reply to reach the ears of every Provost Marshal in the Confederacy. Said he: " They were all with Grierson in his raid!"-- Meridian (Miss.) Journal.