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5, 12 M. --There has been nothing done thus far, and there is no likelihood of any fighting to- day. The weather is intensely hot and the roads oppressively dusty. Scouts say that Grant has told his men that the fighting has ended, and the siege of Richmond has now begun. [Second Dispatch.] Petersburg, June 26. --All quiet along the lines yesterday and to-day, save heavy cannonading for a while this morning on the centre, the result of which is unknown. There was a severe cavalry fight near Nottoway C. H., Thursday, between the rear column of Wilson's men and Dearing, which continued from two o'clock until dark, when the enemy retreated under cover of the darkness. Thirty-three prisoners were captured, and have been brought in. The enemy's loss is many killed and wounded. Our loss is small. Wilson is stealing fresh horses and shooting his jaded ones. Our men report the road strewed with them. The damage to the Southside road is very great.