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ment in Richmond corporation notes and Georgia money. They made no attempt to take goods by force. They boasted they had plenty of "greenbacks" to pay for what they bought, but in no case that I could learn did they offer any in payment. Sunday dawned bright and clear. The citizens were greatly alarmed, for they knew not what excesses the raiders might commit. The churches, of which there are several fine ones in the city, were all open as usual, but rather slimly attended. The Rev. Dr. Zachariah, of the German Reformed, prayed for "the President of the United States, and all others in authority, " while the rebels were racing and riding through the streets. At an early hour, a party of about the same number as on the previous day came in town, and commenced a search for horses. The stores were all closed but the streets were alive with the citizens watching the doings of the Some of the citizens were very cable to them, and invited them to of refreshments, Capt. Davi