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9 o'clock one monitor moved up, took position off Cummings's Point and opened on Fort Sumter, firing shot and shells from one gun about every fifteen minutes. Fort Moultrie, and batteries Gregg and Wagner also opened on the monitor with spirit. She retired about 11 o'clock. At 12 M. another monitor made her appearance around the and commenced firing on Sumter. Number one Yankee battery also opened on battery Wagner, the latter replying slowly. The monitor off Cummings's Point engaged Fort Moultrie and battery Gregg for a short time, but found it too hot. A little before 1 o'clock the monitors ceased firing and moved off, evidently to gain breathing time.of battle and opened fire on Sumter, Moultrie, and battery Gregg. The enemy, it is believed, attempted to get an enfilading fire on the latter fortification. Fort Moultrie, batteries Bee and Beauregard, on Sullivan's Island, opened briskly with their heavy guns on the monitors; battery Gregg also keeping up a constant and vigorou