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We have received, through the courtesy of the officers of the Exchange Bureau, Northern papers of Saturday the 5th inst. We condense the news from them into a short space, in view of the crowded condition of our columns. The Baltimore American has the following summary of the contents of its Charleston correspondence, which is as late as last Tuesday: The shelling of Charleston was resumed from the Marsh Battery on Sunday week, and a few shells were thrown into Charleston. Two seacoast mortars bearing on the city are being mounted by Gen. Gill more. Deserters from the rebels say the shells thrown into Charleston caused a great conflagration, one of them setting fire to a warehouse stored with cotton. They also report a number of persons killed. Battery Wagner is undermined, and its speedy fall looked for. On Wednesday Gen. Gillatore advanced his lines one hundred yards scaper this work, taking possession of the enemy's a rifle pits and capturing several prisoners.