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and says: The pretext for this is, that contrabands and other laborers have been at work, for a few days past, in constructing stockades and block-houses, in order to render any raid into Alexandria, where we have a large amount of Government stores, absolutely impossible. It is simply a precautionary measure which should have been taken months ago. An Impudent raid by Mosby. The Yankee papers publish an "impudent" raid by Mosby on the Federal relief reserve picket, on the Frying Pan road, near Fairfax C. H., on the 4th inst. The dispatch says: They came suddenly on the relief, intermingling themselves so much that they could not be distinguished from our own soldiers, and, as they wore the Federal uniform, it was difficult to discriminate. They succeeded in wounding one of our men in the neck and in killing a horse. They suffered no punishment in return. Reinforcements to our guard soon arrived, one of whom the rebels killed, and then fled to the woods, where