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From Charleston. Charleston — its people, its Hospitality, its ladies — Treatment of the soldiers, &c. [special correspondence of the Dispatch.] Charleston, 16th February, 1862. It were well worth one's while, if for no other purpose than to enjoy the contrast, to leave the odious mud, the shrouds of damp, the days of gloom and nights of darkness, which you of Richmond are now experiencing, and come to this land of balmy sunshine, budding flowers, odoriferous smells, excellent hearts, and cultivated understandings. It is like escaping from an Egyptian pyramid into a crystal grotto, and exchanging the goblins of the mist, for the fairies of "an ampler other — a diviner air." The trees are in blossom, the clover fields rich in fragrant bloom, the birds carolling as if the merry spring time of the year were upon us, and all Nature wears a drapery of loveliness, opulent in tints that would cool an August noon. You can easily imagine, under these circumstan<