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From Portsmouth.[special correspondence of the Dispatch.] Portsmouth, April 26, 1861. Nothing new here. The battery at the Hospital is vigorously prose
our people, and to be the future gallant defenders of Virginia. H. W.
Portsmouth, Va., April 27th.
The Hospital grounds were crowded yesterday evening by ci il 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 the way, it seems the papers regard all this section of country as Norfolk.
Portsmouth is scarcely known, and if so, never spoken of. The Portsmouth troops, (and noPortsmouth troops, (and not those from Norfolk,) took possession of the Navy-Yard, after its evacuation, 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 ha