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towers of iron and the forts and batteries that lives the shores of Morris and Suillvan's Islands standing as grim sentinels in the harbor, anain ship channel without returning the fire of the batteries on Morris Island unless signal should be made to command action.
The ships t is probable the next pot of attack will be the batter led on Morris Island.
And will be in readiness to support the iron clads when they attack the batteries on Morris Island.
F. S. Dupont, Rear Admiral,
Com'g South Atlanta Sqandron.
The correspondent then prohor in the man ship channel, within a mile of the batteries on Morris's Island, without provoking The Wwed was in the and the other vessels up the ship channel.
They p in easy range of Fort Wagner, on Morris's Island; but not a shot disputes their progress, they pass the batteryll the vessels have got fairly between the two upper points of Morris's Island and Sullivan's Island — which are about a mile apart — and are