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fight had her smoke stack perforated in two places and her turret in three--two above her port holes, and one by her pilot-house. Another had her smoke stack perforated and turret struck twice. A report from Sumter states, that four monitors took position to-day near Cummings's Point, and afterwards passed up the channel. It is believed they carried heavy weights suspended at a certain dept. below the surface of the water, their object being to prove whether there was a practical passage for vessels of certain draft. The bombardment of Sumter last night was about as usual; slow firing this morning. The enemy fired about 25 shots from their guns at Gregg on the city, but failed to do any material damage. No person injured. It is reported from good observations that one gun burst at the last fire. Slow firing on Sumter all day. No casualties. Present indications are that the enemy intend more extended operations. No monitors in action to-day, all of them having retired.