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From Charleston. Charleston, Nov. 24. --A heavy mortar shelling of Fort Sumter was kept up al night. The brave and gallant Capt. Frank H. Harleton, while on his rounds, was mortally wounded in both thighs and arm by a Parrot shell. One negro was killed. No further shelling of the city. [Second Dispatch.] Charleston, Nov. 24 P. M. --The enemy has kept up a constant mortar shelling on Sumter to-day, occasionally opening upon Moultrie, Simpkins, and Johnson, with both rifled guns and mortars. The Yankee negroes were working briskly on Gregg to-day, and it is reported they have unmasked four more guns. A 300 pound Parrot at the middle battery was turned upon Moultrie this morning, and two or three additional mortars upon Simpkins. During Monday night 170 shells were fired at Sumter, of which 62 missed. Capt. Harleton died at half past 10 o'clock this morning. The Ironsides and monitors have been inactive to-day. No shelling the city.