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duration. The fire was soon renewed, and was 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 Saturday night, however, and on Sunday morning up to 8 A. M., that the bombardment raged with its greatest fury. The shots — many of them coming together, as from the broadside of a ship — were often more than sixty to the minute. Our batteries on James Island of course joined in the melee, and did their utmost to annoy the enemy's land batteries. Attempt to assault in barges. The bombardment of Wagner was not the only event of Saturday night. About 10 o'clock the enemy displayed from the deck of a monitor off Morris Island an immense calcium 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