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and every possible resource will be exhausted with a view to wipe out the painful recollection of that event. The Affair at Walkerton. We have received some further particulars of the attack upon a marauding party of Yankees at Walkerton, King and Queen county, on Tuesday last. It appears that the party was sent up to capture a wagon load of bacon and burn a lighter; but on arriving at the landing the vessel could not be found, and her owner remarked that he had sent her down the river to prevent him from mounting his horse and leaving the premises. Meanwhile some citizens outside got into a fight with the Yankee soldiers, one of whom was killed, and the others field. The lieutenant was subsequently fired upon by a citizen of King and Queen, who encountered him in the road, and seriously wounded. The whole party of eight finally surrendered, and were brought to Richmond. A Federal gunboat was in the Mattaponi river, seven miles from its mouth, on the same day, and it is a