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e fire of the Yankee land batteries was directed both at Sumter and Wagner, but seemed to be principally concentrated on Wagner. In the afterWagner. In the afternoon the Ironsides opened with a few shells. The fleet, however, was for the most part quiet. About half-past 6 o'clock P. M. the enemy tapsco in reserve for Sumter; the Ironsides in position opposite to Wagner, and the gunboats named in the margin at long range, viz: Canandaig the Weehawken was closed to about four hundred and fifty yards off Wagner; the other three monitors followed, and the Ironsides was taken as draught of water permitted. After a steady and well-directed fire Wagner was silenced about thirteen minutes past 9 A. M., and the fire of oontented myself with sending up the Passaic and Patapsco to prevent Wagner from repairing damages. The fort replied briskly, but in a short tth you." The Weehawken was lying about one thousand yards from Wagner, and the Catskill, with my gallant friend, just inside of me, the f