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nd thirteen hundred yards of Fort Moultrie, and opening a terrific fire on the east wall or sea face of Fort Sumter. Fort Moultrie and our batteries on Sullivan's Island, together with battery Gregg at Cummings's Point, replied with spirit, and the engagement becoming general a continuous roll of shot and shell whistling throtly the complete demolition of the east wall, and against that nearly the whole of their tremendous fire was directed. Fire was also kept up occasionally on Sullivan's Island. Some of the enemy's shells struck the Moultrie House, in which was quartered a North Carolina regiment. One man was killed instantly, another had his l shot off, and a third wounded so severely in the leg as to make amputation necessary. It is believed neither can recover. These were all the casualties on Sullivan's Island. Fort Moultrie and the batteries sustained no damage. The monitors, it is reported, by those who had the best opportunities of witnessing the fight, wer