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t of Fort Wagner Com. Stephens assaults Fort Sumter Charleston bombarded from Wagner foundering of the Weehawken D. H. Hill repelled at Newbern attacks Washingtoess — the order to advance was given, and, under a storm of shot and shell from Wagner, Sumter, and Cumming's Point, our soldiers moved swiftly on. The distance tr their way, as they best could, to our lines, as the Rebel yell of triumph from Wagner rose above the thunder of their guns from Sumter and Cumming's Point. In thiourth parallel was soon established, Night of Aug. 21. barely 300 yards from Wagner, and only 100 from a sheltering ridge in its front, from behind which Rebel shaso: whereupon our fifth parallel was established behind it, only 240 yards from Wagner. Here, the dry part of the island is but 25 yards wide and barely two feet higf the fort. Yet here the progress of the besiegers was checked. The fire of Wagner, concentring from its extended front on this narrow sand-spit at close range, w