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ovember, in time in save what is worth saving in this country. Stuart's Raid a "poor Shing"--Anybody could have done it. Now that GenGen. Stuart from Pennsylvania, and the Herald certain that he will not clatter down Broadway-with his troopers behind him, some fine morning it At the first glance the late during cavalry aid of the rebel General Stuart across the Upper Potomac, at the narrow neck of Northwestern Mad men having been all dismissed (a little too soon) and sent home. Stuart, however, with his scouts in advance, was ready to fail back, in thces, &c., of General McClellan's army collected at that point. Had Stuart succeeded in this design, the consequences might. indeed, have beech it was prudent for him to decline. So cheering off to the left, Stuart moved rapidly down for the fords of the Potomac below the Monocracyng of the town. Governor Curtin should have remembered the raid of Stuart around the Army of the Potomac in front of Richmond and his raid in