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Who will help the ladies? Editors of Dispatch:--We have seen in print the great success of the government hospitals at Culpeper Court-House. A share of this success is due without doubt to Dr. Green and his assistants; but the writer hereof, lately and for some months a patient there, has no hesitation in asserting that another, and no small share, is due to the ladies who, without recompense, minister to the suffering soldier like sisters of Charity. These ladies (and we use the word "ladies" expressly) give not only their time and labor gratis to the sufferers; but they give their own private purses daily to the same cause. The patients there after a nice meal of some delicacy, quite foreigner to a governmental commissariat, have often breathed their satisfaction at having a government so parental as to provide them with such; but have been both surprised and pained, when convalescent enough to get about and peer behind the curtain, to find that all those delicate extra