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78%
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4%
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4%
clothing ads
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2%
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2%
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2%
casualties
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accidents, particularly fires
2%
Confederate states
2%
From the Fri., Nov. 20, 1863 issue
Charleston, Nov. 19.

—The enemy have been firing slowly from Battery Gregg upon Fort Sumter to-day. 'Nothing else new this morning.'

[SECOND DISPATCH.]

Charleston, Nov. 19

—The enemy fired eleven shots from Gregg at the city to-day between 11 A. M. and 1 P. M. Damage trifling. Some three or four buildings were struck and one person slightly injured.

The Pawnee and another gunboat came up the Stono and shelled battery Pringle, but effected nothing. Firing on Sumter slow and steady all day. Some few shots have been fired at Sullivan's Island batteries. No casualties at Fort Sumter or Sullivan's Island.