[1863-11-04] FROM CHARLESTON HARBOR.; The Second Bombardment of Fort Sumter. CONFIRMATION OF THE REBEL REPORTS. The Speedy Destruction of the Work Considered Certain. NO CASUALTIES ON OUR SIDE. Throwing Greek Fire into Charleston Discontinued for the Present.
[1863-11-04] The Military Situation Another Magazine Discovered In Fort Wagner Personal and Miscellaneous Items.; ANOTHER MAGAZINE DISCOVERED IN WAGNER. RETURN OF GEN. SEYMOUR. GEN. TERRY AT THE NORTH. A DISTINGUISHED GUEST. FURLOUGHS. OHIO ELECTIONS AND OHIO TROOPS. A WORTHY EXAMPLE.
[1863-11-04] Prospects at Charleston.
[1863-11-05] LATER FROM CHARLESTON HARBOR; The Bombardment of Fort Sumter Vigorously Continued. Fall of the Sea Face Wall of the Work. Thirteen of the Garrison Buried in the Ruins. Shot Thrown at the Rate of Four per Minute.
[1863-11-06] The Election in Maryland Emancipation Accepted.
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