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From Portmouth.[special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Portsmouth, Va., April 22d, 1861. We have had the hell hounds of Black Republicanism let loose upon us here. Our Navy-Yard had been set on fire — supervised by McCauly, the Commodore, who, it is said, had been drunk for some time; and by Pendergrass, the white headed disgrace to the State of Kentucky, who commanded the Cumberland. The Pawnee passed up to the Navy-Yard about 10 at night, when the huzzas of the vandals commenced, amid the once popular strains of Hail Columbia and Yankee Doodle. All the small arms, during Saturday, were broken, rendered useless, and thrown over-board — the wretches (Pendergrass, the Commodore, and the infernal crew,) dealing destruction wherever their infernal hands could be employed. The large shears for raising masts were cut away, and fell with a tremendous crash across the Germantown, then at the wharf. As soon as the Pawnee came up and anchored, the hounds of the pirate