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[Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.]the Yankee fleet off the Seacoast. Charleston, Jan. 11, 1862. The Yankee fleet on this coast is composed partly of fine steamers, robbed by them from our people of Charleston and Savannah. These vessels are the John P. King, Columbia, James Adger, Marton, South Carolina, Massachusetts, Huntsville, R. R. Cuyler, Montgomery, Alabama, Florida, and Huntress. They have changed the names of many, on the principle that marks on stolen property must be erased or changed. They happened to be in New York about the time of Lincolns inauguration as President, and were detained by their rascally agents there on various pretexts until they were stolen by order the Yankee Government. A large number of the Northern merchant vessels were in our ports at the same time, but our notions of honesty prevented our detaining them, and they were permitted to go. Had we exercised some of the same Yankee trickery, we might now have had a fa