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continued with little less vigor all Sunday, the Ironsides — which maintained a position between Gregg and Wagner, and kept shelling Wagner and the beach — being especially active. It was on Salcium light, and several monitors soon after moved up and opened on battery Gregg. Moultrie and Gregg replied with spirit. At a quarter to two a rocket was thrown up, and ere many minutes elapsed the enemy were descried approaching Morris Island at a point between Gregg and Wagner. They had come down in barges through the creek west of Morris Island, obviously with the design of assaulting GrGregg in the rear. Advancing in line of battle they were permitted to come very near, when a 9 inch Dahlgren opened upon them at short range with double canister. Our howitzers then commenced a fveral of these prowlers, and was not fired on, probably on account of the contemplated attack on Gregg. Firing on a flag of truce. On Sunday Commander A. F. Warley went down in the Juno, und