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From Norfolk [our own Correspondent.] Norfolk, Jan. 8, 1862. dense fog, lacking only the name to be a shower, hung vast and heavy over the good city of Richmond as we ran out of it, and rolled rapidly into the country beyond.--Such a disagreeable day ! Glosely muffied against the cold, a few pedestrians, looking as if in the last stages of chronic melancholy, braved the damp and penetrating mist in pursuit of business, or to drive away Without the doors it was serverely disagreeable; within doors it was no better, and the "blue imps" seemed to perch in every nook and cranny. Mothers yawned and sighed over their household cares, and children flattened their noses against the window panes in the rain endesvor to catch a glimpse of a bit of sunshine. It was a day of most sombre aspect, and a man with the least bit of trouble on his mind would not have staked a continental brass button on the chances of life or death. It is curtone to notice the effect of such days on th