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Terrific Cannonading — night assault the Slaughter of the enemy, &c. The Charleston papers, of Monday, bring us the particulars of the bloody fight there on Saturday evening. The Federals had occupied Black Island — a small spot between James's and Morris's Islands — and thrown up a battery; they had erected two or three additional batteries on Morris's Island, about one and three-quarter miles from Fort Wagner, and they had concentrated their fleet, consisting of four monitors, the Irof the Federal fleet, and from there we could distinctly observe almost every second the bright flashes of flame that told of the earnest purpose in which they were engaged.--Still further to the right, but concealed from view by the trees on James's Island, were the land batteries of the enemy, whose location we only knew by the heavy puffs of smoke that shot suddenly up into the air, then drifted away towards the dense clouds that had already gathered over the field of conflict. During th<