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From Charleston.

Charleston, Oct. 15.
--Firing from our batteries continues as usual. The enemy makes no reply, but continues working. An additional number of transports is reported in Folly Inlet.


[Second Dispatch.]

Charleston, Oct. 15.
--Two French war vessels arrived off the bar to-day, and signified a desire to communicate with the French Consul, who will probably visit them to-morrow morning.

Capt. Hennley and crew of seven men, in a small boat, were drowned in the harbor this morning.

Firing from our batteries continues slowly. No response from the enemy.

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