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Evacuation of Morris Island end of the Contest for battery Wagner--Frightful bombardment — evacuation of Morris Island by our troops. The Charleston Mercury, of Monday, furnishes us with an interesting account of the evacuation of Morris Island and the terrific bombardment preceding it.--On Friday at dawn a large United States flag was discovered flaunting from a work of the enemy within 150 yards of Wagner. About 5 o'clock the enemy opened fire from their land works and the Ironsides on the fort, and during the day advanced their parallels a short distance from their main approach. The Mercury says: At 3 o'clock on Saturday the enemy again opened upon Wagner from all their land batteries, assisted by the Ironsides, several gunboats, and an occasional shot from the monitors. This bombardment — beyond all doubt the most fierce and long continued which has taken place against Wagner since the beginning of the siege — lasted throughout Saturday and Saturday n<