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From Petersburg.[special correspondence of the Dispatch.] Petersburg, May 25, 1861. After several days of chilly weather, during which fires and overcoats were comfortable, the temperature is now balmy and delighful. During the late cold rains, some of our companies of volunteers at Norfolk suffered a good deal. The Cavalry, especially, were exposed; and many of the members who came up with the remains of Captain Fisher are laboring under severe catarrhal affections. The dedication of the new Presbyterian Church, of which the Rev. Theodorick Pryor, D. D., is pastor, will take place to-morrow afternoon. The Rev. Messrs, Martin, of Nottoway, and McIlwaine, of Amelia, with other ministers, are expected to participate in the ceremony. When Dr. Pryor came here several years ago, the congregation was small. But under his ministry there have been numerous accessions to the church, until at length a new building became necessary for their accommodation. The church edifice