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From Norfolk.[special correspondence of the Dispatch.] Norfolk,Va, May 10, 1861. Our city begins to assume quite a warlike appearance. Three companies from Georgia arrived day before yesterday; and this morning ten additional companies, numbering 1,140 men, arrived from Alabama. These companies form the Third Regiment of that State, and are commanded by Col. T. Lomax, acting for Col. Withers, of Mobile, who is expected to arrive here to-morrow. They are a fine looking set of men, completely armed and equipped. The most of them are supplied with the fatal five-hundred-yard rifles. They are composed of the following companies, viz: The Montgomery Metropolitan Guards, the Montgomery Troop Blues, the Mobile Cadets, the Mobile Rifles, the Washington Light Infantry, the Watunka Light Guards, the Beauregards of Lonsboro', the Tuskahega Light Infantry, the Southern Rifles, from Newton's Springs; the Gulf City Guards. The Fourth Regiment from the same State are on their way