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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.the Fourth at Fort Powhatan. Fort Powhatan, July 5, 1861. The Fourth was pleasantly celebrated at Fort Powhatan. The ceremonies of the day were interesting, commencing by the reading of the Declaration of Independence by Lieut. Lewis, from the Brunswick Guard. After which, Lieut. Foster, from the Prince George Artillery, read the Secession Ordinance. The oration was delivered by Lieut. McBowin, from Capt. Ally's company. Dr. Worsham, from Dinwiddie, being then called upon, responded by an eloquent address, and was followed by Dr. Harrison, from Prince George.--A number of ladies were present, cheering with their beauty and encouraging with their blessings, as they always do when a good work is on hand. Speck.