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enemy's batteries on Morris's Island, mounting eleven guns in all, opened on Battery Wagner, assisted by the Ironsides and two of the monitors. The Ironsides retired after being struck by a gun from Sumter. During the evening another fire was opened upon Battery Haskell (on James's Island) from a new Yankee battery created on Black Island. It is probable, from this new fire and the fact that 27 transports are lying in Stono river, that a movement upon James's Island is contemplated by Gen. Gilmore. Thursday morning the Ironsides and two monitors commenced bring and shelled Battery Gregg all day, and the new battery on Black Island threw an occasional shell into Battery Haskell, on James's Island. Our entire casualties during the two days were four killed. Gen. Beauregard inspected all of the batteries on Thursday. A telegram from Charleston yesterday (Sunday) says "all is quiet here. The weather is clear and hot." A good deal has been said about the distance from which guns may
foil us in taking the Fredericksburg route; but, finding our army did not advance, concentrated his army at Culpeper, and fortified the banks of the Rapidan. Vicksburg advices to the 26th say that Gen. Herron's division has gone to participate in the attack on Mobile. Mississippi is virtually abandoned by the rebel forces. The removal of slaves from Mississippi to Georgia and Alabama has been so great that the Governors of those States have issued proclamations for bidding it. Gen. Gilmore, (commanding near Charleston,) in an official dispatch, states his whole loss from the 10th to the 18th ult, at 665 killed and wounded, and 350 missing. Pegram's forces have been defeated in another attempt to destroy the railroad bridge at Paris, Ky. They were subsequently encountered at Lancaster, and again defeated; and nearly one hundred prisoners captured. At last advices the rebels were hastily retreating towards the Cumberland river. Nassau advices state that two rebel s