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Major Charles L. Scott, of the 4th Alabama Regiment, who was wounded in the leg at the fight of the 21st inst., has been brought to Richmond, and is now at the residence of his brother-in-law, Mr. E. H. Chamberlayne, on corner of Leigh and 6th streets. Major Scott's wound is not as severe as first anticipated, and although a painful one, it is not dangerous. Major Scott is a native of this city, is a son of Robert G. Scott, and represented California four years in the old Congress.
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