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From Norfolk. At last accounts from Norfolk and Portsmouth, everything was comparatively quiet, and the troops were busily employed in placing the harbor in a complete state of defence. It is believed that the cost to the Government by the destruction of property in the Navy Yard, could not have been much short of eightheir contents, forms a considerable item in the account, and so does that of the Pennsylvania. Several companies from the South are reported to have arrived at Portsmouth yesterday. The Norfolk Herald has the following intelligence: On Sunday evening, the hull of the good old ship United States, in which Decatur captured t set, raked up no doubt from the vilest purlieus of Yankeedom. The following items are from the Norfolk, Va., Argus: A gentleman named Richardson, of Portsmouth, who was out in a row-boat Saturday night, actuated by curiosity, was arrested as a spy by an officer from the Cumberland, also out in a boat. Mr. Richardson w