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five or thirty of the best horses in the city. The raiders were well clothed, well mounted on fine horses, and armed with carbines and two or three revolves per man. On Monday morning the rebels outside of the city left, going out towards Boonsboro'. In the morning Lieut. Col. Dorrell, 3d Delaware volunteers, and half a dozen others, mounted, came in from the Relay House on a scout. Finding the rebels gone, they returned Later in the day 56 men of the 2d United States regular cavalry, frck towards Frederick on the turnpike road. On approaching the city he made a detour of two or three miles, going round the city, and absolutely succeeded in getting the whole lot safely to Middletown, and thence into the rebel lines beyond Boonsboro' the same night. This was done while the 2d United States cavalry detachment was in Frederick, but the officers knew nothing of the affair until it was over. The Confederate Government and foreign Consult — Representations made at Europe