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on the port of the Yankees of which they are coldess guilty. Just about sunset of the 31st, they fired two shots over Sumter, and of the report of the Fort's evening gun they dipped their flag in respect. On the morning of January 1st it was discovered that the Wabash had rifted a quarter of a salle to the northward and eastward of Lighthouse Inc. She had probably drugged her anchor during the gale which had been blowing all night. On Saturday the enemy was busy both at Gross and Wagner. At Wagner among other things, he rained a new flag staff, while at Gregg an embracive was out bearing on the city. Two gunboats, one having three bags in filled with men, and a with two in also filled with men, were observed on Saturday morning coming from the northward, apparently from a reconnaissance of Long Island. It is reported that these barges had entered Dewee's inlet. On the same day there was a brief artillery duel between Battery Tatum and Black Island.