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Serious affray. --We are pained to learn that a serious affray occurred on Sunday night last, in the Southern portion of the city, near Dodd's mineral spring, at the house of a Mrs. Crawley. Between 11 and 12 o'clock at night, a soldier named W. P. Baker, a private in the Waxhaw Jackson Rangers, now encamped two miles from the city, went to the house of Mrs. Crawley, knocked and demanded admittance. Mrs. Horton, whose husband is a soldier in Virginia, is living with her mother, Mrs. Crawley. The females were immediately aroused, and peremptorily refused Baker admittance. He urged his demand, and threatened to enter forcibly if the door was not opened. Becoming much alarmed, Mrs. Horton quietly slipped out at the back door, and going to the house of Mr. Geo. Davis, near by, informed him of the attack made upon them and begged his assistance. Mr. D. married a daughter of Mrs. C. He immediately arose and dressed himself, and fearing he might have some difficulty, took his gun