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From Portsmouth.departure of discordant Elements of our population-- resignation of a U. S. Officer Roger A. Pryor — the pestilence at Old Point, &c.[special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Portsmouth May 29th, 1861. We of the two cities on each side of the Elizabeth, are very much like the people of Athens, when Paul s They paraded and revolutionized for an hour, when they were dismissed. As soon as this order was given, a loud and united call was sent forth from the ranks for "Pryor! Pryor!" The popular and accomplished Colonel of the Third Regiment Virginia Volunteers, whose present post is at the Hospital Battery, was seated upon his gPryor!" The popular and accomplished Colonel of the Third Regiment Virginia Volunteers, whose present post is at the Hospital Battery, was seated upon his gay charger and had witnessed the parade at a respectful distance.--He rode up to the rank, and taking off his cap, made a brief, eloquent and, patriotic response to the flattering call of the Georgia Volunteers. He thanked them in the name of Virginia for the prompt manner in which they had rushed to her relief and defence, counse