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ung girls were sleeping. The bed was struck and a part of the mosquito bar torn away, but, providentially, neither of the sleepers were hart. The battery that Shelled the city. A letter from Charleston, also speaking of the shelling, says: There has been some difference of opinion, even among military men, as regards the exact location of the battery from which these missiles are thrown to so great a distance. It was first supposed to be on Morris Island, near the foot of Craig's Hill, but it has been definitely ascertained to be located on a raft in the marsh, about a mile this side of Morris Island, and five miles distant from the city. Some say that its movements are regulated by the tide, and that it is floated off during the day so as to avoid observation and a concentrated fire from our James Island batteries. This may be so, and it true will account for their choosing the night for their operations. There are as yet but two guns in position on the battery, an