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12th Georgia regiment, and the other an overseer of negroes. [second Dispatch.] The following is an official dispatch of the killed at Fort Sumter this morning by the falling of the barracks wall: Fort Sumter, Oct. 31.--Sergeants W. C. Owens and I. A. Stevens, Privates H. J. Bur F. M. Barrows, J. W. Anderson, James Culdar, J. Burns, W E. Gibson, J. W. Jones, L. S. Lee, and W. N. Patterson, all of the Washington Light Infantry of this city, and Private W. Martin, 12th Ga., and Mr. Mathews, an overseer, were buried this morning by the falling in of the barracks on the sea face of the fort, where they had been placed in position for mounting the parapet in case of an assault. [Signed,] S. Elliott, Jr., Major Comd'g Post. A fierce bombardment has been kept up all day on Sumter from the monitors and land batteries. Up to 3 o'clock this afternoon no further casualties have occurred.--Over 1,200 shots were fired in twenty-four hours. Firing still heavy. [thir