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, receiving from $105 to $115 per week for their labor. Fellows that, in such times as these, would stop on such wages on any pretence, when our brave volunteers are exposing life and limb on the field for $11 per month, deserve to be hung. General Winder did well to lock them up. They would cat out the substance of the richest Government on God's earth. Colonel Dunean's communication reads as follows: Richmond, April 11, 1862. Editors Dispatch --Your item in regard to the printd they desire a monopoly. On the other hand, wishing to procure cheaper labor, and thereby learn the expenses of the Government, I have sent to Europe and other places for a large number of printers, a portion of whom are expected daily. Gen. Winder arrested my printers, and put them in jail, for not complying with their contract. Meanwhile I have taken eight apprentices, and will take others from 17 to 18 years of age. Respectfully, &c., B. Duncan. P. S — The men consented (1) to go