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From Charleston. Charleston, Nov. 13. --The firing of the enemy has been rapid and continuous all day from the mortars and rifled guns. No monitors have been engaged. An occasional shot and shell has been thrown by the enemy at Moultrie. [second Dispatch.] Charleston, Nov. 14. --A moderate fire was kept up on Sumter last night. No report from the fort yet this morning. There was one man killed at Moultrie yesterday. [Third Dispatch.] Charleston, Nov. 14. --The enemy's fire on Sumter continues steady. Battery Gregg opened fire this afternoon on James Island and Fort Moultrie. Fort Lamar and Battery Simpkins replied. No casualties reported this evening. The monitors fired a few shots. [Fourth Dispatch.] Charleston, Nov. 15. --Firing about the same to-day. From Thursday morning to sundown on Saturday 1,523 mortar shells and rifled shots were fired at Fort Sumter, of which 565 missed. The enemy's fire has ceased to be of any injury
From Northern Georgia. Atlanta, Nov. 13. --Nothing from the front this morning. A party of Georgia State troops and Indians killed the notorious Bryson and thirty four of his men, a short time since, on the line between Georgia and North Carolina. A special to the Register, dated Sweet Water, Nov. 12th, says: "The Federals have removed all their supplies to Knoxville for safety, and are living on half rations. Several deserters, recaptured, were executed here yesterday." A special to the Intelligencer says: "Two Yankee officers, who deserted and came into our lines, report that Grant expects soon to assault Lookout. His army is on half rations."
Latest from the North--Lincoln calls for one Million of Atlanta reported burned and Sherman Marching on Charleston. Petersburg, November 13. -- of the 10th have been received. Lincoln's to conceded. Seymour is elected New York. Lincoln calls The Yankee papers Sherman, and his army &c. The Yankee papers of the probable capture of the November 7th. New Jersey, Kentucky and About 225,000 majority of the were cast for Lincoln and of Twelve Democrats and elected to Congress from New York.
troops. Vessels destroyed by the Shenandoah. Advices from Cape Town, in England, dated January 12, report: The Iroquois, United States corvette, has arrived here from Tristan d' Acunha, where she took on board twenty-three men of the Edward, whaler, of New Bedford, and four men of the Lizzie M. Stacey, schooner, of Boston, which had been burnt at sea by the Shenandoah, rebel cruiser, the former on the 4th of December, in latitude 38 S., longitude 12 W., the latter on the 13th of November, in latitude 3 N., longitude 28 W.--The vessel belonged to Messrs. C. Brewer & Co., of Boston. Captain Worth, of the whaling bark Edward, was captured on the 4th of December, and after one hundred and fifty dollars, the provisions and the whale-boats of his ship had been transferred to the Shenandoah, the ship herself was burned. The crew of the Lizzie M. Stacey and the Edward were landed at the island of Tristan d' Acunha, and were kindly received and lodged until the Federal wa
mnesty. There are yet several thousand applications on file, however, many of which will not be disposed of for some time. Speaker Colfax not an Aspirant. Hon. Schuyler Colfax has written a letter to the editor of the Valparaiso (Indiana) Republic, saying that he is not a candidate for United States Senator, to succeed Mr. Lane. If he remains in public life he prefers service in the House. Mexico. The old story of the failure to elect a new President in Mexico on the 13th of November, and the consequent continuance of Juarez in office, is again the theme of newspaper comment — this time to say that President Juarez and General Ortega have not quarreled, and that the latter will submit gracefully to the determination of the former, and continue, as hitherto, to uphold, in the field and cabinet, the integrity of the Republic. North Carolina. The law condemning free negroes to be sold for certain crimes has been set aside by order of General Crooks, two negroe
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