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From Norfolk. [Special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Norfolk, Jan. 25, 1862. The storm which has prevailed during the greater part of the week, and which raged violently Thursday night and yesterday, has not yet subsided. The wind does not blow as strongly this moring as during last night, but the weather is cloudy, windy, and cold — very suitable for running blockades, and well calculated to cause trouble and loss to the misguided and ill-fated minions that infest our seacoast. With regard to the Burnside fleet nothing is definitely known here, and it is probable that any definite information relative to the expedition would reach the Dispatch, by telegraph, as soon as it could get here. It has been stated that the splendid steamer Louisiana, that left Fort Monroe with a large number of troops, and was one of the transports of the expedition, went ashore and was burned, and that the men on board were saved. It is more probable that she foundered at sea and tha