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Doc. 158.-bombardment of Fort Sumter, April 7, 1863. off Charleston harbor, on board flag-ship New Ironsides, Wednesday, April 8, 1863. The sun has just gone down in Charleston harbor on what it is surely on straining of terms to call tire most extraordinary contest in the annals of warfare. Distressing though it be
Correspondence between Major-General Hunter and Admiral Du Pont.
Headquarters Department of the South, United States transport Ben Deford, April 8, 1863. Admiral S. F. Du Pont, Flag-Ship New Ironsides, off Fort Sumter:
Admiral: Not knowing what have been the results of your attack of yesterday, so far as For
God bless you and keep you safe, Admiral, and believe me, with the highest esteem, D. Hunter, Major-General.
flag-ship Ironsides, Charleston harbor, S. C., April 8, 1863.
General: I am this moment in receipt of your most gratifying letter of this date.
I did not, however, require this to satisfy me of your deep sympathy in