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cement of the action; that two of their Brooke guns burst, killing and wounding some twenty-five men; that we dismounted eight of their guns, besides destroying several of their carriages, killing thirteen men and wounding about thirty; that General Whiting supposed the boats which were sent into the bar on the 25th to be a storming party of seamen, to which he would have been obliged to surrender; that the subsequent rapid bombardment at sunset of the same day, was so terrific that when our tr General Bragg arrived at Wilmington with six thousand men from Lee's army, at Richmond; that, finding our troops re- embarking, Bragg decided not to molest us, and sent the six thousand men on to Charleston to reinforce General Hardee; that General Whiting retains only his original garrison, with whom he is busily engaged in repairing damages and in getting down four other guns (being all that he can get hold of) from Wilmington to replace those that were disabled; that the works are stronger