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the affair: On Sunday, September 29, about midday Colonel Spalding, accompanied by the Richmond Light Guard (Captain Wallace) made a reconnoisance in the direction of the enemy's camp; he rode in front of the company which passed their advane about seventy-five yards,) where he was shot, no doubt, by the enemy's next picket. Several shots were heard when Captain Wallace was placing his men in position at the house, and a few minutes afterwards, he was seen dangling from his horse, which had stopped in the road. Captain Wallace then advanced, took him from his horse, called four men from his company, and brought him and his horse to the house, where the company had been placed; the Colonel was then sent towards our camp in charge of four men, Captain Wallace and the company following in the rear about three hundred yards distant. He never spoke after receiving his wounds; one hall passed through the left breast, the other entered the right side; either would have proved fa