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The Daily Dispatch: September 8, 1863., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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uesday: The shelling of Charleston was resumed from the Marsh Battery on Sunday week, and a few shells were thrown into Charleston. Two seacoast mortars bearing on the city are being mounted by Gen. Gill more. Deserters from the rebels say the shells thrown into Charleston caused a great conflagration, one of them setting fire to a warehouse stored with cotton. They also report a number of persons killed. Battery Wagner is undermined, and its speedy fall looked for. On Wednesday Gen. Gillatore advanced his lines one hundred yards scaper this work, taking possession of the enemy's a rifle pits and capturing several prisoners. During the affair the rebel batteries on James Island created great have among their own men, killing and wounding a number. Sumter is a useless of .. shot is fired .. pounder Parrott, that gan having been found as good as ever, the only it sustained being the loss of a portion of its muzzle. The rebels succeeded in remounting a gun in one corner