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From Petersburg.[special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Petersburg, July 9th, 1861. The death of Judge Ellis, late Governor of North Carolina, has cast a gloom over this community. He died at the Red Sulphur Springs last Sunday, of a pulmonary disease. His remains reached this city to-day about 1 o'clock, by the South-Side Railroad, when they were received by a large number of citizens, military, Masons, &c. The procession formed, they took up the line of march to St. Paul's Church, where the remains were deposited until the departure of the Southern train for Raleigh, N. C. A detachment of the 6th Regiment of North Carolina Volunteers has just arrived from Raleigh, who will act as an escort to the remains of their late Governor. The train which conveyed the remains of Gov. Ellis, was draped in mourning from the egine to the end of the last passenger car, and in further respect to the deceased, business was entirely suspended throughout the city. Several hundre