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The raiders that came to Richmond. Glen Allen. Henrico co, May 14, 1864. To the Editor of the Dispatch: Owing to travel having been temporarily suspended on the railroad by a portion of the track having been burned by the vandal raiders on Wednesday morning last, it has been somewhat difficult to apprize your readeroad, adjoining Mrs Hopkins's; Mrs Allen's house occupying an intermediate position between the two fires. The wretches, regardless of the life of the ladies at Glen Allen, shelled the place; the missiles bursting all around the dwelling, but happily "nobody was hurt." They also occupied Hopkins's and Rowe's houses, firing from thdent. P. S.--I omitted to state that the pillaging process was principally conducted by the negro soldiers, about fifty of whom were with the party at Glen Allen. The out-houses bear the marks of the minute balls fired from Mr Rowe's and Mrs Hopkins's farm. A tree in the yard near the dwelling was partially skinned by