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Letter from Portsmouth [Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Portsmouth, Dec. 11, 1862. that a few lines from this place would ptable to you, I have concluded to what few items of intelligence I them on. are living here is more than I can say thing, and that is about all. Yankee the rule of the tyrant, and we are suf that in a degree that is scarcely heara that the General placed over us is as the poltroon Butler and his natural may incline him to neglect the more odious orders given him by his master; is not back ward in imposing restrictions that to freemen as they are disgraceful and his Government. Were he, however, to be and his royal master to tolerate his magnanimity, the tory around him would keep up such an ever that the infernal regions would be a in comparison. Give these miserable and of humanity license to work and man, woman, or child with Southern would not be allowed the poor privi this tainted atmosphere but a short