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Things in Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New York — condition of the Cates and of the people — Historical Reminiscences — services of Norfolk citizens. [special correspondence of the Dispatch] Norfolk, Jan. 31, 1862. I have very late and reliable intelligence from the Northern cities, and from Washington and Baltimore. The New York of 1862 is far different from the swarming, hivelike, noisy, driving, dashing, thriving Empire City of 1860. You may perambulate about town now without the danger of being knocked down and run over in the hurry of affairs. Business is dull; the people complain bitterly of the continuance of the war. Real estate has fallen in some parts of the city below zero; hundreds of stores are closed; fires occur frequently; the people are dissatisfied and restless, and the low rumbling of a storm that will shake the mammoth city to its deep foundations are already heard. Philadelphia is a slow-looking place, compared to its bu<