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A raid--"a Handsome Affair." Brigadier-General Fitzhugh Lee has just achieved a "raid" into the Yankee lines beyond the Rappehannock, which resulted handsomely. He killed and captured 200. With the 1st, 2d and 3d Virginia regiments of cavalry, on the 23rd instant, he made his way to within five or six miles of Falmouth, which stands immediately opposite Fredericksburg. Near Hartwood Church he fell upon the enemy's pickets, drove, them wildly before him, killing and wounding many and bringing off 150 prisoners. These arrived here Saturday morning and were assigned to quarters, where they will remain-until paroled. The prisoners taken include one captain and four Lieutenants. They represent seven different regiments, viz: 3d, 4th, 12th and 16th Penn. Cavalry, 1st Rhode Island Cavalry, and 4th New York and 23d Mess. Infantry.
Arrival of Yankees. --Two Yankee deserters belonging to the 5th U. S. Regulars, were received at the Libby Prison on the 27th ult., and on Saturday 15 I were received from Gordonsville. The latter were captured by Gen. Fitzhugh Lee's cavalry, on the 25th of February, five or six miles from Falmouth, near Hartford Church, in Stafford county. The prisoners represent seven different regiments, viz: the 3d, 4th, 12th, and 16th Pa. cavalry; 1st R. I and 4th N. Y. do., and 32d Mass. infantry. In the skirmish preceding the capture some forty add Hessians were killed and wounded. One of our men was killed and a number wounded. The following commissioned officers were with the prisoners captured, who, by the way, were mostly of Teutonic origin, viz: B. F. Blood, co, G, 4th Pa cav'ry; W. E. Warren, 2d Lt co C, 3d Pa cav; S. B. Shurtieff 1st Lt co A. Let R I cav; 1st Lt F. C Davis, co D, 3d Pa cav; F. D. Weatherall, 1st Lt co K 3d Pa cav. A flag of truce will no doubt convey these part