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romptly from the limits of the city, as its presence during the bombardment from the enemy's shells is considered dangerous. A correspondent of the Columbia (S. C.) Carolinian, writing from Charleston on Monday, says: The house of Mr. Barrett, on Society street, was first struck by a shell last night. It passed through the roof and two stories, and buried itself in the cellar, without injuring any of the sleeping women in the house. Another struck the carriage establishment of Benedict & Co., passed through and fell in the cistern; two fell on the lot of the Artesian well, exploding, scattering bricks, & c.; another struck Martin's Insurance Office, next the Courier office, without damage; one passed through a house in Queen street, and several at other points, but with no loss of life. About fifty shell were thrown when the firing cased. Crowds are leaving the city. We expect some difficulty in sending our dispatches, but will do the best we can. The Charleston pa