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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.from the country. Goochland, Friday, Nov. 30th. This is a gloomy day — the finest of all possible days for taking the field against the feathered tribe. You need not, however, fear a fresh infliction upon that score. My sporting days are all over, and the birds are pretty safe from any enterprise of mine. I have, therefore, no new experiences to record, and will bore you no more with pointer, double barrels, and game bags. I mean merely to say that this is a dull day, and that you are indebted to its dullness for this communication. I have, incontinently, sat down for the purpose of inditing an epistle to the Dispatch. "But how the subject theme may gang Let time and chanced termine, Perhaps it may turn out a song, Perhaps turn out a sermon. And, as I am somewhat at a loss, suppose I relate a very singular incident, which just at this time is dividing the attention of the neighbors with secession in South Carolina and the