have worked very little at their batteries to-day.
Our fire is keeping them close under cover.
Our mortars on Sullivan's Island
The shells are thrown with accuracy and fall with accuracy in the middle of the enemy's batteries at nearly every fire.
There was again considerable motion in the fleet to-day.
It is supposed that Admiral Farragut
was visiting each vessel.
--The enemy is evidently attempting to make himself impregnable on Morris Island
Besides enlarging and strengthening batteries Gregg and Wagner, he has created pale sales around his works, to guard against any effort on our part to take the island by assault.
The enemy has teams of mules constantly transporting supplies, &c, from South Island
to Cumming's Point
, notwithstanding our fire.
Our James Island batteries were shelling the enemy briskly last night.