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The raid into Southwestern Virginia--depredations of the enemy. We submit this morning some additional particulars of the late raid of the enemy on the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad, at Salem, on Wednesday last. The reports with reference to the destruction of the Court-House and jail by the enemy are not correct. The only buildings were those occupied for quarter and commissary purposes, the railroad and Pitzer's large flour mill.-- exception of horses and negroes, was very little private property dis From one of the hotels they took of corn, provisions, and some bed ing, and from the store of Mr. Brown carried off a lot of flour, sugar, and each other articles as suited them. No citizens were molested except those who attempted to escape. About forty of these were arrested, including eight or ten students of Roanoke College, but all were released after being taken about ten miles from the town, on the Newcastle road. The injury done to the railroad is not a