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ogress of the War. The telegraph has already briefly communicated the fact that the enemy made a demonstration at Cole's Island, twelve miles from Charleston, last Tuesday. We find in the Mercury, of the 21st, the following particulars: The remained so; the three others succeeded-in entering the harbor, and immediately opened a vigorous fire of shell upon Cole's Island. Previous to the appearance of the gunboats, our defensive works on Cole's Island had, by order of Gen. Pemberton, bCole's Island had, by order of Gen. Pemberton, been dismantled, and the guns removed. When the enemy had opened the attack Col. Capers, the commander of the post, carrying out his instructions, burned, the barracks out down the flagstaff, and with his forces evacuated the Island. The enemy'st Stono, all of them being small vessels, steam propellers, and schooner rigged. They immediately commenced shelling Cole's Island, Goal and Kiawah Islands, and as our heavy guns at those points had been removed by order of General Pemberton, the t