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for the permanent Confederacy, to be submitted to the Conventions of the several States for their ratification or adoption. The Charleston Courier of Wednesday, speaking of Fort Sumter, says: Much excitement was caused on Tuesday, in very credulous circles, by a report that Fort Sumter had been reinforced. We do not believe it, but our readers can decide for themselves. We have had conversation with a citizen who left Fort Sumter on Sunday, and had been engaged there (and at Fort Moultrie) since November, as a workman. He reports forty-four laborers and ninety-six soldiers, (officers included,) remaining in the Fort, with a large supply of provisions.--Of these he specifies, according to his knowledge, fifty-eight barrels of pork and beef, five hogsheads of molasses, two casks of vinegar, with large supplies of flour and potatoes. The supply of fuel, which was good, had been lately increased by a drifting raft which was secured. As to the arms, our informant r