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The Daily Dispatch: January 28, 1861., [Electronic resource], Dangerously
The Daily Dispatch: January 1, 1864., [Electronic resource],
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The Siege of Charleston. Charleston, Dec. 30 --Seven bells were fired at the city this morning. Nobody hurt. The firing heard in the direction of stone was an engagement between our batteries at Secessionville and the enemy's of Lighthouse Inject and Block Island. Their gunboats were also spelling John's Island. No casualties reported. The Yankees are throwing up heavy works opposite Secessionville; also landing move guns at the inlet. They have commenced dragging chains cast of Wagner with two barges, it is supposed with the purpose of raising the Wehawken. They are again work upon Gregg, and have reopened the embrasure with ten-inch columbia, bearing on Fort Sumter.
The Daily Dispatch: January 13, 1864., [Electronic resource],
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From Charleston. Charleston, Jan. 11. --Three shells this morning and six this afternoon were fired at the city. Nobody hurt. Some firing was heard in the direction of Lighthouse Inlet, believed to be our batteries opening on the enemy on Block Island. Nine shots were fired yesterday, from a 30-pounder, on Sumter, of which seven struck. The fleet quiet.