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The Charleston Courier, of Thursday, says:
Et wan, arrived at an early Wednesday morning from Fort Johnson, of the wounded in the fight of , and two wounded prisoners.
Those were Lieut. Hopkins, of the Sumter Sergeant Lee, of the Irish Volunteers, of the Beauregard Light W. L. Macbeth, of the Sum . These were met on the arrival by friends, and the utt then.
Private Hart Irish Volunteers, was the only of member of that company wounded, in Private killed, and wounded.
All the rest are reported.
Thos. Y. Simons, of the Charleston Infantry, was slightly wounded by which burst near him, wounded Lieut, Clarken and Sergeant Rumors of another fight early Wednesday morning were , but proven some slight picket skirmishing-- continued broughout the to either side so far as we . A report that the enemy's fleet Stone bar is also believed to be with , al