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ly in forty barges. Only one barge, containing twelve men, was captured. The enemy now holds Cummings Point, in full view of the city. All quiet this morning. [Second Dispatch.] Charleston, Sept. 7 --Noon.--A dispatch from Major Stephen Elliott, commanding at Fort Sumter, announces that a flag of truce, demanding the immediate surrender of that fort, has just been received from Admiral Dahlgren by Lieut. Brown, of the steamer Palmetto State. Gen. Beauregard telegraphed to Mto State. Gen. Beauregard telegraphed to Major Elliott to reply to Dahlgren that he can have Fort Sumter when he takes it and holds it, and that in the meantime such demands are puerile and unbecoming. [Third Dispatch.] Charleston, Sept. 7--8 P. M. --At 6 o'clock P. M. the iron-clads and monitors approached Fort Sumter, closer than usual and opened a hot fire against it. Our batteries on Sullivan's Island, including Fort Moultrie, replied heavily; the firing still going on.