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26, 1861. Having been comfortably quartered at the Naval Hospital at Portsmouth, which is now the headquarters of the Third Regiment, commanded by Col. James Gregory Hodges, Lieutenant Colonel D. J. Godwin, and Major Wm. C. Wingfield, I avail myself of the earliest opportunity to give you an account of things here. The quartion, and the Naval Hospital; and en passant, it might be necessary to state, that immediately after the war-vessels passed the High street wharf of Portsmouth, Col. Hodges, with a detachment of his Regiment, in double quick time, repaired to the yard, and having battered down the gates, took possession. The Colonel, immediately ond in his ships now; we are prepared to give them a warm reception. The 3d Regiment, under the command of the gallant, efficient and thorough soldier, James Gregory Hodges, is itching for a fight. We only wish a chance, and rest assured that we will either make a name as a regiment that will be enviable, or perish to a man.