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The raid at Fredericksburg. By an extra from the Herald office, we are placed in possession of full particulars of the Yankee raid into Fredericksburg on Sunday last. This account states that about 9 o'clock a force of Federal cavalry crossed the river just above the bridge at Falmouth and quietly proceeded down the road for half a mile to Fredericksburg, taking the Main street, and keeping up the most nonchalant air of security. On reaching the cross street near the railroad they turned towards the tobacco factory, the headquarters of the Confederate cavalry here. Lieut. Col. Critcher, the commandant of this post, was approaching headquarters, some two hundred yards off, at the time, on foot, and seeing the United States force drawn up supposed it to be a company of Confederate cavalry, Captain Simpson's, that had arrived the night before, many of whom were dressed in trophies taken from the Yankees before Richmond, in the way of coats, overcoats, &c. This delusion was qu