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of Friday, says that the enemy has refrained from firing since his unsuccessful assault on Fort Sumter. Our batteries on James and Sullivan's Islands, together with Fort Moultrie, keep up a steady fire on the Morris Island works. It adds: The enemy is reported busy at work on batteries Gregg and Wagner, having erected a large platform for his guns on the latter, and thrown up an extensive sand embankment on the former. The Yankees are also said to be working on their batteries on Craig's Hill and building embrasures for guns pointing to Sullivan's Island, which it is believed will be the next point of attack. The Ironsides was lying in her old position yesterday, opposite battery Wagner, receiving ammunition from a schooner alongside of her. The monitors remain at their old anchorage. One of the enemy's steamers appeared busy yesterday transporting guns and ordnance. According to the prisoners' accounts the expedition against Fort Sumter consisted of twenty-five to