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e. Governor Andrew, of Massachusetts, has directed the firing of a salute of one hundred guns, and recommended the ringing of the church bells for one hour. A Washington telegram says: The joint resolution proposing the anti-slavery amendment to the Constitution of the United States was introduced by Senator Henderson, of Missouri, in January, 1864. To-night a large number of persons complimented him with a serenade. He, together with Representative Rollins, of Missouri, and Mr. Van Horne, a member elect to the next Congress from that State, made speeches congratulatory of the passage of that measure by Congress. The Herald, in a rankling editorial on the subject, says: We are informed that Mr. Seward attached great importance to the passage of this proposition through Congress, as the initial point for negotiations for peace with Jeff. Davis on the basis of a reconstruction of the Union; that Davis, thus being headed off on the slavery question at home and ab