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last shot we fired went directly over their quarter-deck, obliging every one in that vicinity to dodge it to save their heads. They took us for the Nashville, and that was the reason they did not stop at first. Yesterday the Florida and James Adger went in just beyond the range of Fort Sumter, at least two miles nearer than we had been before. The casemates of the fort could be counted with the naked eye, and the colors of the flags on Castle Pinckney and Fort Moultrie were castly distio says that they are building a ram at Charleston, and have been working on it night and day for some time, and expect to finish it in thirty days; that there are eight vessels there loaded with cotton, waiting to run out, and that when we and he Adger ran in yesterday, all thought "the Yankees were come, sure;" that crowds and crowds of ladies, as well as men, came down to the docks of the city to examine us through their glasses, and the greatest excitement prevalled throughout the city. He