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Funeral of Colonel Spalding. --The obsequies of the late Col. James W. Spalding, who was killed at Big Sewell Mountain, by the enemy, one week previous, took place at the residence of Mrs. Wallace, on Gamble's Hill, last Saturday morning. The sad rites were perforated by the Rev. Dr. Minnegerode, rector of St. Paul's Church, who made some deeply affecting remarks, alluding to the circumstances of the soldier's death, and exhorting his hearers to prepare, while there is opportunity, for the final event in the existence of mankind. The coffin was covered with white cloth, on which were arranged wreaths of laurel, cypress, and flowers. The cortege moved from the house at 11 o'clock, escorted by the Public Guard (Capt. Gay) and the Armory Baud. Several military friends of the deceased officiated as pall bearers, and many of his intimate associates followed the remains to Shockoe Hill Cemetery, where the conclusion of the Episcopal burial service was recited. and the coffin was l