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f New Orleans, and in honor of Major Anderson, were fired to day in many of the principal towns in Massachusetts, Maine and New Hampshire. Democrats and Republicans participated in the demonstrations alike. Reading, Pa., Jan. 8.--A salute of two hundred guns was fired here to-day--one hundred by Captain McKnight's company of Ringgold Artillery, and one hundred by the citizens of Reading — in honor of Gen. Jackson, Major Anderson and the flag of our Union. A salute of thirty-three guns was fired here last night, by the Junior Fire Company, in honor of Major Anderson. Hamburg, Pa., Jan. 8.--A salute of one hundred guns was fired here to-day by citizens, in honor of the battle of New Orleans, General Jackson and Major Anderson. Norristown, Pa., Jan. 8.--The Wayne Artillerists, of this city, fired a salute of thirty-three guns, at noon, in honor of Major Anderson, and another salute of fifteen guns in honor of the stand for the Union taken by Gov. Hicks, of Maryland.