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From Charleston.

Charleston, Nov. 25.--The number of shots and shells fired on Tuesday and last night 283, of which 159 missed. Casualties last night: Capt. Mitchell, of the 23d Georgia, slightly wounded, and one negro killed, and another severely wounded. No firing on the city last night.


[Second Dispatch]

Charleston, Nov. 25.--The enemy's firing to day has been slow. Battery Simpkins kept up a steady fire on the Yankee working squads at Wagner and Gregg. Gregg fired one rifle shot at Castle Pinckney. The enemy on Morris Island appear to be preparing for some forward movement.

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