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A Washington letter says that Pierpont a Virginian Yankee, is about to expose Butler, a Massachusetts Yankee, for thieving. It says: Governor Pierpont has atthe military authorities of Norfolk and Portsmouth, and is terribly severe on Gen Butler. Although the greatest secrecy has been observed lest the contents of the bot forwarded the same to Fortress Monroe. The cream of the whole affair is that Butler has a reply all ready to lay before Congress simultaneously with the charges. --Butler still lives. The fatal little operations of last year. The New York Army and Navy Journal gives a list of the "minor" Yankee military operations of lng out of North Carolina. A Washington telegram, of the 28th, says: Gen Butler to day telegraphed the President that from information which he had received,The rebels having accomplished all the mischief they desired, in consequence of Butler's bad management, have now ample time to concentrate their forces to guard agai