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rrible blow General Lee has given them. Stoneman's raid was evidently never intended to reach this city, although the apprehension that it was aiming for Richmond was not confined entirely to the unmilitary citizens who promptly and properly enlisted for defence, just as they did in the never-to-be-for gotten Pawnee war. The achievements of this bold raid, though in no wise affecting the glorious victory on the Rappahannock, is not without its humiliating reflections. That it should make so great a circuit, and get off Scott free — as we fear it has done, or will do,--is certainly a mortification. We know nothing about the circumstances of our own military situation, or whether they might have been with due discretion modified. But we are sure of one thing, and that is, that the feeling of chagrin occasioned by the affair will be felt fully as much in military quarters as amongst the civilians. We refer the reader to the news column for such information as we have.