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as before. The list of casualties not yet received. No firing on-Sumter yesterday or to-day, and very little firing between the batteries. Four shells were thrown into the city between two and three o'clock this afternoon, but no one was injured. Thirteen Yankee prisoners, including three commissioned officers of the United States brig Perry, captured at Merrill Inlet by the 21st Georgia cavalry, have arrived here and been committed to jail. [second Dispatch.] Charleston, Dec. 13. --No firing last night. Nothing new this morning. [third Dispatch.] Charleston, Dec. 14. --No firing to-day, and nothing unusual, except that we have one monitor less to fight. An official dispatch from Gen. Walker, at Pocataligo, dated the 14th, says the Yankee paper, the Free South, published at Beaufort, received by flag of truce, contains a report of the sinking of the monitor Wehawken in a gale off Charleston harbor on Monday, Dec. 7.--Twenty-eight lives were lost.