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Later from the Notrh. A flag of truce boat, with 610 exchanged prisoners and dispatches for Commissioner Ould, arrived at City Point yesterday. We have received, through the courtesy of the officers of the Exchange Bureau, Northern dates of the evening of the 26th inst. There is nothing of importance in them. We give a summary of the news: Latest from Charleston — the effect of the Yankee fire. "C. C. F.," the "Off Charleston" correspondent of the Baltimore American, writing Saturday, August 22d, says: -- "Should there be no accidents, to-night the "Old Flag" will wave over Fort Sumter to-morrow morning." The following are his dispatches to that paper: Off Charleston, August 22, 1863. A flag of truce was sent to battery Wagner on Friday morning, and the firing ceased during the interval. When it was reopened again Gen. Gillmore notified Gen. Beauregard that he would commence to shell the city of Charleston within forty-eight hours. requesting him to remove