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Army of the Potomac. [our own correspondent.] Manassas, Dec. 17th, 1861. Those who love to read Shakespeare, will remember in "King Henry V." the grand expedition into France, and the plans formed by Bardolph, Nym, and Pistol, to better their condition. Each had his hopes and wishes and saw before him the ambition of a lifetime almost as surely realized as if France were indeed partitioned between the three.--But ancient Pistol exceeded them all in those qualities which indicate the sFrance were indeed partitioned between the three.--But ancient Pistol exceeded them all in those qualities which indicate the shrewd man of business, for he chose the position, which in all ages has been more profitable than any other, that of sutler to the army. He saw in the future all his own wants supplied, and so much did the prospect soften his heart, that he began to look out for the fortune of his friends. "Ah!" says he to corporal Nym, "A noble shalt thou be," and then after promising him a bountiful supply of worldly goods, plenty to eat, and wine from his own cellar, he continues: "For I shall sutler be un