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ides continued to pour its broadsides upon Wagner until 10 A. M. The land batteries also seemed to exert themselves more than usual, and fired heavily until sundown. Fort Sumter at times would rouse up and send forth another note of defiance. While the officers of Sumter were at the dinner table yesterday a shell burst above their mess-room, parts of the shell going through on the dinner table and throwing down bricks. Col. Alfred Rhett, commanding the fort, was slightly wounded; Lieut. Boylston, seriously in the breast; Captain Fleming and Lieut. Fickling, slightly. It has been positively ascertained that a fleet Captain, supposed to be Capt. C. R. Rogers, a pilot and purser, were killed in the pilot-house of one of the monitors, in the attack on Monday, the 17th inst., which explains the cause of the vessels retiring at that time with their flags at half mast. A. L. Hammond writes to the Augusta Sentinel as follows: In passing along the street this morning my