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From the North. From our latest Northern papers we make up the following summary of news: The raid of the Yankees on the Central Railroad. The New York Herald has a long account of the raid of the Federal troops on the Central Railroad. It thinks it the most brilliant dash of the season. A participant in it writes: Dispatches of last week in the telegraph office stated that great suffering prevailed for want of supplies, and that as soon as the bridge over the North Anna river was rebuilt provisions would be furnished. The bridge is just completed, and new the destruction of the track, water stations, &c., will delay them some time longer, while it compels them to guard the whole line of road with infantry — an operation which will weaken their forces not a little. Its effects upon the minds of the rebels must have been startling if not terrifying. It is evident that they never dreamed of our venturing so far, and, in fancied security, were sending train after tr