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erner, of the German Artillery, was in command of the fort. Gen. Drayton was also present throughout the fight, and Gen. Ripley arrived about 10 o'clock. Com. Tatnall's fleet was present aiding the fort to the full extent of its powers, and all are loud in their praise of the intrepidity and daring of its heroic commander. Of his fleet, the Lady Davis and the Huntress were cut off and went on the Charleston. Com. Tatnall, after his flag ship was crippled by a shell, retired to Scull Creek, and landed his marines and powder to give aid to the fort; but before reaching it he discovered the United States flag flying on the hospital; he then retraced his steps to his steamer. The garrison at Bay Point, commanded by Captain Stephen Elliott, made good their escape, and at last accounts were engaged in throwing up a batttery at Port Royal Ferry, near Beaufort. Capt. Wm. Elliott's company, which garrisoned the work on Braddock's Point, south end of the island, retreated