The Death of Col. Dyckman--Funeral Parade To-Day. Yesterday a special meeting of the Common Council was held to take appropriate action in regard to the decease of Col. GARRET DYCKMAN. A pre- amble and resolutions were offered by Alderman NORTON, referring to the services rendered by the deceased to his country, and condoling with his family. It was also resolved that the members of the Common Council should attend the funeral in a body. Alderman NORTON, in offering the resolutions, said that the deceased was a personal friend of many years' standing. When the war in Mexico broke out, Col. DYCKMAN was one of the first to respond to the call of volunteers. His services during that war were a matter of history. When the snuff-box left by Gen. JACKSON to the bravest man in the New-York Volunteer force was about to be awarded, Lieut.-Gen. SCOTT rendered testimpony to the bril- liant military services of Col. DYCKMAN. In him the country had lost a good citizen and a brave soldier. Councilman HARTMAN also spoke of the services of the deceased, and mentioned the fact that the bullet the deceased received in his lungs at the battle of Moliao del Rey had remained there until the day after his death, when it was extracted. The resolutions were then adopted, and a joint committee appointed to make the necessary arrange- ments for the funeral. Coroner SCHIRMER held an inquest yesterday over the remains of Col. DYCKMAN, whose sudden death at No. 422 Broome-street was announced in yester- days TIMES. The post-mortem examination by Dr. HOWE revealed the presence of a large bullet in the left lung, carried by deceased ever since the Mexican War, 22 years ago. The jury rendered a verdict of death from edema of the lungs, consequent upon Bright's disease of the kidneys. Col. DYCKMAN was 53 years of age and a native of this State. The body of Col. DYCKMAN will be brought to the City Hall at 10 o'clock this morning, and will there be in state until 3 P.M., when it will be conveyed by rail to Cortland Town, where the funeral services will take place. The Hawkins Zouaves will act as a guard of honor, and the Independent Lodge of F.M., with the members of the Common Council, accom- pany the body to the depot.