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arleston on Saturday night and interred on Sunday, the funeral-ceremonies being attended by a large number of sympathizing friends and citizens. The following are the names of the brave men: Sergt W S Owens, Sergt J A Stevens, privates J L Burrows, F M Burrows, S W Anderson, James Calder, O J Burn, W E Gibson, J W Jones, L S Lee, and W N Patterson. All these were of the Washington Light Infantry, Co A, 25th S C V. In addition, there were private W Martin, 12th Georgia Battalion, and Mr. Burrows, S W Anderson, James Calder, O J Burn, W E Gibson, J W Jones, L S Lee, and W N Patterson. All these were of the Washington Light Infantry, Co A, 25th S C V. In addition, there were private W Martin, 12th Georgia Battalion, and Mr. Matthews, an overseer. The Mercury of Wednesday, says: Fort Sumter was again subjected to a heavy fire on Monday night. Eighty seven rifled shots were fired, of which thirty-six missed; and five mortar shells, all of which fell within. The rubbish still continues to lie in such a manner as to contribute to the defence. Just after dark set in a small reconnoitering party of the enemy, consisting of four scouts, effected a landing at the southeast angle of the fort. The approach