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From Montgomery.[Special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Montgomery, Monday, April 22d, 1861. The noble band of Virginia secessionists, who, Mazeppa like, had been lashed to the dead brute of Black Republicanism until they had well nigh despaired of bursting the cords that bound them to the putrid remains, must have felt, when the day of their deliverance came, a thrill of joy like those alone can feel who subside from a supposed death into the happy enjoyment of a delicious life. Such, indeed, seemed the feelings of the Hon. Roger A. Pryor on last Friday night, whilst addressing the dense mass of human beings in this city who turned out to welcome him to their midst. During his speech, which was made from the rotunda of the Exchange Hotel, he thanked his God that he was no longer in a Government presided over by "a vulgar excrescence of Northwestern black-guardism," who, he trusted, would be accommodated with a continuation of the wicked war he had brought upon the countr