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gainst a largely superior force. Gen Steele's force is fully strong enough to whip Kirby Smith should he attack him. No tears need be entertained for his safety. Another exposition of the thief Butler. A Washington letter says that Pierpont a Virginian Yankee, is about to expose Butler, a Massachusetts Yankee, for thieving. It says: Governor Pierpont has at last got his letter to President Lincoln and Congress printed, and will to morrow lay a copy of it before each member.-Governor Pierpont has at last got his letter to President Lincoln and Congress printed, and will to morrow lay a copy of it before each member.--I send you a copy to-night by mail. It is as exposition of the corruptions of the 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 book should get out before the Governor was ready for its distribution, some zealous friend of the General surreptitiously purloined a proof sheet from the printing office, and on Sunday last forwarded the same to Fortress Monroe. The cream of the whole