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From Norfolk. the late conflagration in Charleston — the duty of Assisting them in their distress — the increased demand for the "Dispatch"-- "Heavy Firing," &c. [special correspondence of the Dispatch.] Norfolk, Dec. 14, 1861. The painful intelligence of the stupendous conflagration in the beautiful city of Charleston elicits the profound sympathy of a large number of our citizens. The destruction of splendid public buildings, and of beautiful and costly private residences by the hundred--whole streets of valuable property amounting to millions, rendering many hundreds of people penniless and shelterless, are great calamines, and well calculated to call forth the sincerest commiseration of every man whose heart beats with sympathetic emotion for the woes, allocations and losses of his fellow-men. But Norfolk and Portsmouth are largely indebted to Charleston, whose whole-souled and noble-spirited citizens so promptly sent aid of the most valuable kind as soon a