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From Charleston.

Charleston, Oct. 26.
--There has been no firing this morning. Everything is quiet.


[second Dispatch.]

Charleston, Oct. 26.
--The enemy's batteries at Gregg and Wagner opened fire at 11 o'clock this morning with seven guns from the former and four from the latter. The fire was principally directed against Sumter and Fort Johnson. Two monitors were also engaged. The firing ceased at dark. One hundred shots were thrown from Morris Island, and one hundred and sixty-five from the monitors. We fired from Moultrie. No damage yet. Our batteries replied vigorously.

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