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ion of our flag to Fort Sumter, and the fall of Charleston. A meeting of prominent citizens will be held to-morrow, to arrange for a general celebration of the recent victories. Flags have been flying in all directions to-day in honor of the fall of Charleston, and considerable enthusiasm was manifested in many places on the reception of General Gillmore's dispatch. The Sixty-ninth regiment have offered their services to the Government to garrison Charleston for three months. Troy, New York,February 21.--A salute of one hundred guns was fired here to-day in honor of the capture of Charleston. Boston,February 21.--Washington's birthday will be celebrated to-morrow. A salute of one hundred guns will be fired on the Common, and one hundred on Dorchester Heights, in honor of Sherman's victorious march. Discussion in the Yankee Congress upon the Government of the "Rebellious States." The bill for the government of the "rebellious States" was again under considerat