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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.cruise in the U. S. Steamer Richmond--Gibraltar--a description of the rock — Spezzia,Gaeta, Messina, &c., &c. U. S. Steamer Richmond, Messina, Island of Sicily,February 24, 1861. Since we left the Uniuite an agreeable cruise, so far. After a passage of twenty-three days and some hours from Hampton Roads, we arrived at Gibraltar. During the passage we had a fine chance of testing the Richmond and her qualities. --We had plenty of wind, sea, sailharbor we have visited; and being kept strictly clean, entices many visitors, and receives man flattering praises. Gibraltar is all that it is represented to be — the greatest fort in the world. I don't think it possible that it could be takensence of that Almighty Being, whose will created and peopled those wonderful scenes. After a stay of ten days, we left Gibraltar for Spezzia, in Sardinia, where we arrived, after a pleasant passage of five days. Spezzia is beautifully situated, but