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this manner. This Concludes the brief sketch of a fort which is a most perfect specimen of civil and military engineering. The whole work has been conducted in a manner that reflects the highest credit upon the engineers, and is worthy to occupy the prominent position that it holds. In conclusion, we take occasion to allude to one point of especial beauty — the construction of the rubes — of which there are nearly every variety — the "Full Centre, " the "Segment," the "Groined," the "Askew," and the "Rampant"--and to add that the walls at their are 12 feet thick, and at the top 8½ feet thick. Fort Sumter fled about one mile from the shore, directly on the main ship channel, which passes between the fort and Sullivan's Island, on which is located Fort Moultrie, about one mile distant. From the battery of Charleston city Fort Sumter lies about five miles distant, standing out in the open bay, one mile from the land on either side. Fort Moultrie is, in military phrase