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[for the Dispatch.]the Steam-gun again. Messrs. Editors:--Permit me to express my full concurrence in opinion with your correspondent, "Tar Bucket," us to the merits of the Steam-Gun, (the invention of Dickinson,) and of the great impolicy of its rejection by the Confederate Government. The dreadfully destructive powers of this gun, as well as the simplicity of the contrivance — the almost illimitable force of its motive power, and the ease as well as accuracy with which its mighty power as a projectile can be directed, have all been fully tested by actual experiment in presence of the corporate authorities of Baltimore, where it was constructed, and it was at once and eagerly adopted, and the requisite amount for its equipment voted from the city treasury.--It was to have been used for the defence of the city, and to repel and prevent the passage of the Northern troops through Baltimore, but the sudden change of programme which was forced upon unhappy Baltimore by the crus