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From Charleston. Charleston, Jan. 30. --The bombardment of Sumter ceased at dark last night, one hundred and fifty-six shells having been thrown, of which one hundred and twenty-nine struck. It was renewed this morning with a thirty, a one hundred, and a two hundred pounder Parrott and a ten-inch Columbiad. The flag sta on Saturday night, the shots averaging one every ten minutes. The firing on Sumter averages one in five minutes. Corinth occupied by Confederates. Mobile, Jan. 30. --A special to the Advertiser and Register, dated Okolona, Mies., Jan. 27th. says that the 12th Mississippi regiment, Col. Wm. M. Judge, entered Corinth at sunrise this morning, capturing a quantity of arms, &c. The Yankees left as they entered. [Second Dispatch.] Mobile, Jan. 30. --The court-house was burned this forenoon. The fire originated in the attic. The county records, in the lower story, which is fire-proof, are safe.--The library, etc., in the second story, w
From East Tennessee. Morristown, Jan. 30. --Gen. Martin attacked the enemy on the 28th, and after a stubborn fight drove them from the field, they retreating in the direction of Seviersville. The enemy's cavalry have undoubtedly been reinforced. Persons from Knoxville represent small-pex as raging there.